$TBD - New Arrival! - A beautiful "The Martin Tenor", with an early serial number (matching neck #), and many original features present: brown felt... 98% original lacquer in excellent condition. I am biased and I love these, especially the early serial number ones (darker tone).
$2,899.00 - A "warhorse" player with battle wounds. The Martin Baritones are loved for tone - words people use to describe: power, depth, core, punch, bite, bark. They have a special tone.
$TBD - From Sarge's Collection- One of the sax world's favorite saxes - Original finish - with an earlier serial number #325k. Properly rebuilt with a custom Black, kangaroo pad rebuild with original snaps and pads glued in. A HUGE TONE! One of a kind B400. Rebuilt by Sarge himself. Now with a Walt Johnson case.
$4,750.00 - 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.
10% OFF SALE $3,239.00 - "short sale - will be unlisted if not sold"! - Highly sought after "purple logo" YSS-62 - Serial # 10,8xx, original lacquer in good, used, condition. Keyed to high F# also. It's in relatively clean condition with the pictures telling the story; I'll note the upper pip either has an acid bleed or a light resolder. This sax was owned by an adult player and played/loved well. It arrived to WWS with the many of the original factory pads in it. It does decent right now to test and get a vibe on its tone and ergos - I like it. (This is the older, deeper tone from the "purple logo" era.)
REBUILD: (Included) - TBD - It will get a WWS Standard Rebuild included and be a sweet soprano for your collection and enjoyment. You can order it and help choose the setup. However, left to my own methods, I would do a similar setup as the factory original.
CASE: Original hard case.
This is a Consignment instrument, however, is being sold as a normal WWS inventory which will include a rebuild to your personal specifications.
$~2,499.00 - For the warm, blend and punch on command, think of a Buescher Aristo 1. Blended dark lacquer colors. It looks like the era of 50s re-lacquer color to me. These Aristocrats are well-loved and respected for a little punch in their warm tone. The bells on this Aristo model have that narrow look, which I think helps add to its unique projection.
$550.00 - 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.
$400 - 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.