1916-17 Buescher True Tone Baritone Here's a beautiful early TT model ser.#37k, in excellent 97% silver plate, Goldwash bell is rather faded(40%) but ask me about replating that! Keyed to high Eb, thus no Front F key, these old guys are known for their woody tone. It's a buescher thing.…Read More
Baritone Saxophone Archive
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SOLD -This bari is from the good 80s era, still in the student line but great sound for the price. Serial #887xxx. lacquer body, nickel keys. It's basically the end of the Buescher line design with the Selmer takeover(1970s) logo so it has that big bell like the "Buescher 400".…Read More
1910 Conn "Wonder Improved System" Baritone This is a cool vintage history piece in the original finish "polished brass" and the standard keywork up to Eb only and NO rolled tone holes yet in history. I don't fully recommend planning to restore this one for gig use. You may run…Read More
1929 Conn "Chu-Transitional-12M" Baritone (on consignment--Plays Good) Ser#228k, a very nice relacquer at 95% with nickel plated keywork--not overly buffed! It was rebuilt with Conn Reso-Pads some time ago (maybe in last 10 years) but not played a ton--lots of pad life left. The neck looks like a replacement Oleg,…Read More
SOLD - Vintage 1960s lacquer bari with nickel keys and the solid sheet keyguards and plastic pants guard (keilwerth indicators). Ser. #45K dates it to about 1962. the neck was not immune to some dings/dents; also had bell to body brace dented in, got that fixed too. It has fresh…Read More
SOLD - Looking for the "affordable Low A baritone"? This is the one we need to talk about! Serial #58xxx dates it to 1966-67, Original Lacquer at 75%. It arrived with a few newer pads and original hard case. (lighter version that the bulky things we usually have to haul.…Read More
1949 "The Martin Baritone" "Before" photos: "After" photos: Although 'rough' looking on arrival, this sax I knew was a battle-tested field General. I wanted to name it "The General". SUPER EARLY Serial number to find on baritones #169k, , on arrival she had LOTS of green growth on the brass,…Read More
1956 "The Martin Baritone" I(on consignment--Plays well) late 50s Martin baritone to low Bb. Serial #198k matches neck and body, a very nice relacquer at 95%! Sound File (Actual Sax): Item #: WWS18.00.13.9201.3-3-11Read More
1956 "The Martin Baritone" late 50s Martin baritone to low Bb. Serial #202k matches neck and body, in nice relacquer at 80%. Martin bari's are known for great, big, fat tone; resonate lows and strong build. They are often the choice of many R&R players, but also Jazz players alike!…Read More
1952 Selmer Super Balanced Action Baritone, Low A If your mouth just froze with lust, trust that feeling. This is a very cool, very rare sax. If you can find another one of these in good working order WITH Low A, you know that you'd have to pry it out…Read More
1958 Selmer Mark VI (Bb) Baritone original lacquer! ser# 78k! low Bb in excellent shape. I haven't seen one this beautiful listed for sale. There are a few dings and dents (minor by comparison to other bari's) on the bow and 1 on the back side, and 1 on the…Read More
SOLD - This bari is from the good, 1970s era, and early to the Yanagisawa lineage. (Yani seal on the neck brace, "Japan" with the serial number, which is: #876,4xx. Original lacquer finish at 70% on body & keys. Great, heavy Stainless Steel Springs! (ACTION: firm and fast) These are…Read More
Gone -Will play Excellent after minor WWS Tune-up. (included) You don't see these come up for sale very often! You know that you'd have to pry it out of that owner's hands too! Fortunately for you, this one doesn't need that prying. Ser# 00241093. Comes with BAM case (highly traveled,…Read More
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