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There is a significant performance advantage due in part to the Hand Modified Crook. Revolution II straight soprano saxophone, black lacquered body, gold lacquered keywork. I am selling to fund the purchase of a vintage sax. Reason for sale is that I have switched to the tenor. Comes with the usual zip Yamaha case with integral back-straps.
The Horn Revolution II Baritone Saxophone takes the student to a new level of quality of manufacture and performance with tonal characteristics more mature and encouraging than its competitors. I have treated it very well and although I enjoy playing it I haven't played it intensively. Yamaha Plutus Alto Sax (limited edition intermediate sax - it has a gold plated neck, rather than just lacquered). It is in good condition, but has a small scratch just inside the bell and a couple of tiny marks that you are unlikely to notice ).
some scratched lacquer but has been through our workshop & plays very well. at 250 this is much better value than a cheap Chinese one of variable quality. A good buy for a student on a budget wanting a quality student sax. Please quote ref: COM395 when enquiring about this instrument.
But I can't really explain how well it plays - you need to come and try that for yourself. No dents, comes with case and neck is also in great condition.
Unfortunately it never came out of the case again and deserves a new home. Selmer Reference 54 Tenor Saxophone About 12 years old but looks 50 years. These 5 digit horns are rare and it's even more rare to find one in such great condition.
Selmer Super80 series 11 alto in original new condition only used few times as I play tenor. For sale is my MKVI Tenor 1970: serial starting #178xxx in its original lacquer with 85% remaining. An excellent playing horn with a big, fat focussed sound!!! Pads have loads of life left in them and the action is set up very well! This plays amazingly and you really have to come and try it.
This model retails around 4000 new but I'm selling for almost half that at 2200. I bought this whilst I was working in the US a few months ago but need the money to buy a Mark VI Tenor instead as I really don't need a second alto (I play a Series II which is more suitable for the sort of work I do).
Only cosmetic flaws due to age such as a tiny dent on the body and pitting on the crook. All in all, a very versatile instrument.1956 Selmer Mark VI Alto Saxophone (66, xxx).