$999.00 - WOW - A vintage Conn for this price?! New Wonder II crossed with 10M, Straight tone holds, It was worked on elsewhere where they installed Jim Schmidt (JS) Black pads ($192 a set!), only main negative is that they weren't made with a Front F key. TONE: "Robust with 2 shots of Clarity".
$1,049.00 - 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.
$599.00 - 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.
$525.00 - 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. It will get my Phase 1 repairs (about 4 pads, new neck cork, and full inspection with oils throughout).
$425.00 - 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.
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$1,499/1,699.00 - A pretty, intermediate sax to excel a student or adult! The serial number "A" indicates that it was assembling in the US Michigan plant which was known for producing great quality.
$2,499.00 - The Big Bs are famous for a BIG warm sound with rich low notes--resonant low end the fills the room, probably due to some help from the big bell flare. Mid-range gets a little thin but the low notes make up for it. These fit very well in jazz or concert bands. Intonation is pretty good all-round. Upgraded case.