SOLD - Another great student sax from Jupiter. High F# key, Rose Brass "RB" neck! These have fast action and you'll love it. They play a little warmer and darker due the neck. Won't last!
SOLD - A great sax with 1-year warranty! - I looked at the serial number an read "UFO..."; It must be out of this world! Great Ergos, high F# key, nice new case. Made in Taiwan, These have fast action and you'll love it over most any student sax. The neck is original and silver with this model and is credited with a crisper, clearer presence in the tone.
SOLD - I like these as a good "all round" starter sax (one of a few that meet this). Great Ergos, it has the high F# key, nice original hard case. Made in Taiwan, Gold lacquer, nickel keys.
SOLD - Another starter sax with decent ergos, good metal, and a lineage of Keilwerth parts. This sax looks like the old Couf parts (my 1970s pro sax.) Gold lacquer, nickel keys. No high F# key, Cosmetic condition: 6.0. I expect it to have a great sound that would rival and new sax.
SOLD - One of the gold standard saxes to start on. This one is in great condition and will last your young player a long time and get them started right.
SOLD - Yamaha's Intermediate, yet very high quality, saxes. This is the next generation from the YTS-52 model. Another pretty example, a well-loved sax that will advance any growing player--youth to adult. Original hard case included.
SOLD - I like these as a great intermediate sax. Great Ergos, high F# key, nice original hard case. (the model era makes me guess the year around 2000.). Sterling silver neck! Currently in factory pads that come with slight-domed metal resonators. Cosmetic Rating: 9.0 -- Nice!
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