$1,799.00 - Primo era, Original finish with original neck. It has 80% lacquer present and the "U.S." military stamp on the bell. It will be a great sax once it gets a full rebuild and cleaned up. Rebuild included with price.
$929.00 - A unique Buescher TT series III - with the G# roller. Goldwash bell looks like a rose-gold plating (more golden pink). Vintage silver lyre included. The body is very clean - no major or minor dents to mention. No solders upon my first inspection either.
SOLD - silver Conn 10M, silver bell interior - A great era 10M seeking your love. This sax is in very good condition.
REBUILD/PADS: This sax was rebuilt by WWS in 2012 and played by a growing musician. The setup was given our "Vintage Standard" to maintain the classic Conn sound. Also the bell interior was cleaned up and freshly silver plated at that time for the owner. The sax has a lot of life left in the pads and we can discuss that in further detail for your needs. We will look over the sax and it will leave WWS "playing excellent" for many more gigs.
CASE: original, vintage Conn case in Good/ok shape (totally functional and usable).
$1,499.00 - Here's a great Committee III Alto with some older, used pads that will be good for a while. It looks like 1990s age with plastic resos. There are some small dings and pings that I can work with and the bell lip edge is the worst of the damage to mention. Matching Serial # on the neck.
SOLD - Choose your rebuild! Original Lacquer even with the end plug. These are rare Pro horns, big ol' fat sound, unlike any other... With the right pad and reso setup in them, these can be the worlds best Bebop' tenors. The sound of the Magna is not much different than any other Committees, but they have a few mechanical changes.
Reduced $1,150.00 - Here's another longtime favorite: Martin Comm II. It's in really good shape! These have a very strong build, known for good intonation, sweet-fat tones and all american Jazz core tone. The "Lion & Crown" engraving is crisp and beautiful, and you can see lots of the original lacquer over the nickel keys (common and expected)
SOLD - A very pretty, clean 6M - Artist - "Naked Lady" Conn alto sax. One of the first Conn 6Ms without the microtuner in the neck (a good thing IMHO). Serial #356k, G# trill key and underslung octave. It has nicer pads that look like very low playing time.
SOLD - Here's the warmth and power combined! Original finish with a beautiful dark look. It will need rebuilt to enjoy but these are some of the best. The neck is the desired # "01". ALL Snaps present, #01 neck, and limited dings with a unique dull/aging finish