SOLD - Terrific hard rubber material and LARGE CHAMBER makes for a big, vintage sound. I love these on alto and tenor. This one was bought and customized with reface for a bass sax player.
SOLD - Refaced! - Large chamber mouthpiece - A modern copy of the vintage True Tone "pickle" baritone mouthpieces. These are branded with Sigard's name.
SOLD - Vintage 1960s lacquer bari in silver plate and the solid sheet keyguards and plastic pants guard design (keilwerth indicators). Ser. #44K dates it to about 1962. The sax has some dings and wear that I'll give my love. The plastic pants guard has gone missing, so we'll solve that; the neck screw will get replaced; there are a few resolders to mention but overall, "The sax was used, not thrashed" which is about normal for baritones. This model has good ergos compared with other vintage saxes. So when you're after good intonation, solid tone, and good ergos.... these are some of the best you can get for 1) under $3000, but #2) you'll have to give the the Low A key wishes.
SOUND: mid core bark and evenness; not completely resonant like a Buescher/Martin, but not as timid either.
CASE: nice wood case in ok/good shape; shows signs of medium wear and use. Good latches.
Item #: WWS1E1.7E4.74.10301.7-0
$1,799.00 - (Purchase or Rent!) Here's another early TT model ser.#96k, in excellent 93% silver plate, light Goldwash bell (faded). Keyed to high Eb, thus no Front F key, no spit value either on this era, these old saxes are known for their woody tone. It's a buescher thing. If you want true vintage 20's (or earlier) tone, you have to get a buescher or conn. This sax did not have snap in pads. This frees up the new owner to customize the resos to your liking without being concerned about damaging the original body. CURRENT PADS: are newer with plastic resos. The neck looks ok too. Some resolders on the neck joints are present, the most silver wear is on the upper U-joint. Good, hard case.
GONE - A drop dead gorgeous TMB - original lacquer at 98%, $1,000 Bam flight case, Newer pads, 1-2 Mouthpieces included. You don't see vintage horns like this that often.
SOLD - A very early era, professional Yanagisawa/Yani baritone known as the "6 Series". This is one of the earliest years that received the full "[Yani logo]" on the the bell - built by Yani, claimed by Yani. Of course is also says "Japan" under the serial number and has the logo on the neck neck brace and the clothes guard.
SOLD - The original tip is 0.070" right now. Help direct us to how best to size the time to you (It will likely not go higher than 0.105"). Notice the lower walls cutout for comfort - cool! A great large chamber mouthpiece made of hard rubber mouthpiece from the golden era. If you want it closer to original with minor inspections and enhancements, the price will be $229.00
These were commonly paired with New Wonder I or II saxes originally.
SOLD - (My main recommendation for Bass Saxes) a great large chamber mouthpiece made of hard rubber mouthpiece from the golden era. The original tip was refaced by Bob. Notice the lower walls cutout for comfort - cool!