SOLD - Warm, Vintage Tone all the way - from the vintage era of the late 1930s and made in New York, a metal mouthpiece that is not loud and bright. These have a huge chamber, low baffle and a very reserved, warm tone. Original tip at 0.070", and I think it can reface to 0.085 pretty easy or maybe even 0.090"(modern 6).
SOLD - A rare, original beauty. It has matching serial number on the neck and original case in excellent condition also!
SOLD - Late era Selmer USA - Original lacquer finish at 85%. One of many horns owed by a professional in the sax business and was repadded in the recent years to be his main mouthpiece tester sax. It is in excellent condition overall with nice original case.
SOLD - Modern ergos, High F#, double arm C1 brace, comes with TWO Necks, silver one for more clarity and ring, the matching body lacquer for a mellower tone.
SOLD - SOUND FILE - A bold sound for a sax that costs 30-70% less than other tenors! Also has high F# key. SOLD before photos were posted
SOLD - Unique sound - A rare, fun Streamline with near-original tip at 0.100" from the early 1940s! It has a very unique sound that fits classic jazz perfectly.
SOLD - A slide on ligature that is highly sought after. Designed for: Standard Alto, Clarinet, Tenors, and some Baritone mouthpieces. This may be a solution for your hard to find ligature size.
SOLD - A nice, used STM now refaced to help improve seals and curve. It was originally a 6* and not it is about 0.099" or about 6** or better said: "7-". I leveled the table, helped set the curve, leveled the tip seal, reset the baffle and will do some replating to seal the brass.