Start Dating a yamaha saxophone

Dating a yamaha saxophone

Prices may vary considerably depending upon the amount and style of engraving. Straight soprano $2000 Curved soprano $2500 Alto $ 2100 Tenor $ 2800 Baritone $ 3000 Bass $ 7500 “TRANSITIONAL” 240XXX – 260XXX You’ll see these with different keywork styles, and almost always with elaborate engraving. The Conqueror series (26M and 30M) have very elaborate adjustment mechanisms and solid silver key touches.

There are a few silver (add 20%) plated ones, and a very few (add 30%) gold ones. Later ones have sculpted low Eb/C keys like the legendary S-1.

I’ve seen some 400 baris, but none with top hat and cane engraving or other distinctive features of this series. Alto $ 2300 Tenor $ 3500 Baritone $2500 BUFFET SUPER DYNACTION This is the first Buffet horn you’re likely to see. These treasures should be priced like Selmers from the same era, but they’re not. Alto $ 2000 Tenor $ 2400 Soprano $2000 Baritone $3400 S-1 If there was ever a near perfect design, I think this it.

I am well aware that some will question my figures and criticize my findings.

I would encourage those critics to do their own research and publish their own findings.

The other members of the family still had the True Tone label. Alto $ 2100 Tenor $ 2300 ARISTOCRAT 270XXX – 290XXX Tenors and alto horns only. Alto $ 000 Tenor $1300 400 SERIES 291XXX – 381XXX These are the Top Hat and Cane horns, the best of the Bueschers.

They will always have a raised silver logo on the bell; brown rollers; a silver resonance ring under the bell rim; snap in pads and Norton springs, and an underslung octave key.

I did not consider auction sales (such as E-Bay); private sales between individuals who are not regular dealers; pawn shop or other irregular sources, or any anecdotal stories.