SOLD - These are great for kids. The name brand, nickel plated keys (stronger), and very easy ergos. This is a sax with better-ergonomics (more pro feel) sax than the AS300; also has high F# too.
SOLD - A great sax with 1-year warranty! Great Ergos, high F# key, nice new case. Made in Taiwan, These have fast action. Great pad life, good case, and a warranty!
SOLD - Excellent condition - Intermediate Sax with rich tone and a quality build. It has high F# and will be able to handle all types of music. This particular sax's history is that it was adult owned with limited playing time! Original hard case.
SOLD - Great Ergos & tone in a better-than-student sax, high F# key, nice NEW case. Sterling silver neck! Currently in factory pads that come with slight-domed metal resonators. These have fast action and you'll love it over any student sax. They play a little louder with power and presence - from the extra rich from the silver neck.
SOLD - "Better than student sax" - Liberty Alto Sax (LAS) model 501 is a different ergo feel than the AS500 series, or like. It is like the La Voix (AS 220). This will be a great sax for a beginner, step up and/or can do pep/marching or whatever. They really are a quality build that can meet your needs. It has high F# and the warm bronze-brass body tubing - you can see the two-tone color, and this can be found at an online music store listed for $1,275 New.
SOLD - Student sax with high F# in yellow lacquer body and keywork. This will be a great sax for a beginner and can do pep/marching or whatever. They really are a quality build that can meet your needs. I believe this model is the next newest model after the AS500 or AS700 (Prelude) models. It feels near identical to the AS500.
SOLD - The name brand, nickel plated keys (stronger), and very easy ergos. This is probably my favorite newer student sax form Selmer. Has high F# too. It is scheduled to get several new pads, neck cork, and oils throughout.
SOLD - A nice Selmer with firm spring action. Nickel keys are good for kids and these can be great starter or pep band saxes. Looks like it was used for the early years of band. Ready to Play!