Reduced! $1,999.00 - A legendary mouthpiece - one of the best of all time! I still can't forget playing one and that was years ago. Item location: United Kingdom
Now $2,499.00 - New Rebuild - Ready to Play! A SILVER, Naked Lady, from the Transitional era: Serial #251,xxx. These have a cult following as the first of the Naked Lady run. The body is in great overall shape. No major damage and a gorgeous sax. Rebuilt with black roo pads and seamless flat resonators.
SOLD - SOUND FILE - Sax-tastic Fascination! Likely only 200-400 ever made & this one is in excellent condition! Made to solve most all of the "saxophone issues" such as stuffy notes, trouble intonation areas and note passages, these Leblanc saxes have extra keys and pads. Try this one out! This is the highest serial number on my records!
$1,999.00 - Ultra Rare Combo Set - Collector's delight - Rare Streamline model with "ST" matching ligature with the "AB". All in fantastic condition.
$1,699.00/2,399.00 - "Indian Head" ARTIST - Chadd Comments: "Four notes in and I was like '$%^#@% - wow'. It was so rich, warm, and dark. Darker than I expected for a NWII." Plan to play this one and show it off without fear of it being "too pretty to take out and play".
SOLD - One of the top-10 most desired soprano saxophones, and a one-owner at that. This "purple logo" YSS-62R - series II - Serial #10,1xx, was bought new in early 1990. It's original lacquer is in very good condition and shows proof of use and very good care. Keyed to high F#. Unique tone is WARM and CRISP all at the same time.
SOLD - A rare sax in fantastic condition. Original lacquer and original case. Silver touch points are in excellent condition - all are intact. Also, all of the Conn 30M adjustable levers are present too. Please scan the photos and contain your drooling.
SOLD - Sound File - The nicest SDA for sale in the world. Mint Condition, Museum worthy! EXCELLENT Original Lacquer is about 98%(due to wear from the stock lacquer). Factually speaking, stories from the owners account for this horn getting a very very short stint playing and then kept in the closet ever since. By my account, the mild lacquer wear on touch points has led me to start connecting stories and other SDA data about the [strength/durability of the Buffet lacquer]. I am starting to piece together historically that these saxes began to gain cracks in the lacquer (beneath, perhaps, as the norm) over time -- from use and, now I see with this sax, simply over time.
COSMETICS: Excellent. very little makings anywhere.
PADS: Original Factory Setup!
CASE: Original Buffet case in excellent condition to match. Even the blue fuzz is pretty!
What a time capsule piece! - includes original Buffet C2 mouthpiece, ligature, and cap also!