Please note: Insurance purchase is optional. If I hadn't read about these upper octave design features on Goodson's site, I might have though the horn had been bent in the past. It has also had the thumb hook and thumb rest updated to Selmer modern specs for comfort and ease of playing. White Cleveland Ohio gold tone ornately inscribed alto saxophone. You're getting exactly what you see; a quality instrument. It is a very nice quality hard rubber mouthpiece.
The left hand pinky cluster was changed around serial number 300,000 and the sterling silver neck became an option around serial number 340,000. The tone was considerably more spread than any Selmer, but it wasn't dark. He later former a partnership with C. Feel free to send your offers for consideration. We are very committed to giving customers old. And pearls riveted to the key touches.
These instruments continued many of the features of the previous King instruments, such as braised rather than drawn tone holes, and featured a front F key, a wider G sharp key, and an improved octave key. Some horns you will see and hear are a. With a company history dating back as far as 1893, the Yanagisawa Co. You just can't beat the quality of the metal used and the craftsmanship of a vintage instrument! White kept very detailed records but when the company was sold to the Seeburg Corporation all official records were destroyed. I can only assume that these instruments were produced from left over parts inventories. Seller warrants to the Buyer that the property offered for sale will conform to its description.
The famous King Saxello was introduced in September, 1924, in an attempt to address problems associated with the straight and curved soprano horns of the time. As well as professional saxophone repair technicians! There are a few small dings, small scratches, and lacquer ware but nothing that would hurt the sound of this instrument. So it's time to pass it on to the next owner. The lack of interest among the uninitiated works in our favor. I've also played the Voll-True horns. The upper octave is a weird design alluded to at Goodson's Saxgourmet site. The owner stated that he would like to get the neck de-lacquered and silver plated to cover up the blemish.
Two Mouthpieces: Nirschl 5G and Nirschl 7C. But it doesn't have the tone that I'm looking for. Clear, precicse musical notes again. Other than a few small dings in the normal areas it's in good physical shape. Customs fees are normally charged by the shipping company or collected when you pick up the item. I have soldered spare wire key guards the small, Eb trill type salvaged off parts horns over mine to keep them from being forced shut when held close to the body.
I also have over 400 used instruments in stock, please see my E-Bay store, if not listed I will list what you want to buy. In the world of Collectible saxophones. I would have had Brad take it out, but there is some question whether. They play with a big, focused sound quality and feel better in your hands the the vintage Conn Saxophones. A couple minor dents in the bow were removed and a small solder spot on the low C keyguard was touched up. I look at things such as the neatness of the cork job.
And a gorgeous dating to 1940 Visit my YouTube page to view over 50 films about Jazz and vintage horns. I do not have a key for the case. Of course listing shows pictures of the actual Instrument You will receive. Tried to picture it in photo cant see it in photo. Paypal accepts Credit Cards or bank accounts. As expected, and intonation is great! Seller added the following information: King Cleveland 615 serial No. Here's a Dave Guardala Super King tenor saxophone mouthpiece as pictured.
Please ask any questions and I will be happy to answer them. Production was started around 1960. White Company musical instrument serial numbers for the time period 1893-1915 is 1 to 50. This sax comes with the original I assume case. He is a mechanical engineer by occupation, so his woodwind work is pretty darn good. Conn M saxophones, while often requiring more maintenance than other horns, offer some of the fastest key action you'll find anywhere.
In 1922, a curved soprano, a baritone, and a C soprano were added to the line. I have repaied over 50,000 instruments, if you need parts let me know and I will list them for you. Foster Reynolds left and made his own company, four years later Henderson White died in March 26, 1940 at the age of 65. And know very little about saxophones, so keep questions simple for me please. We will send out an invoice with checkout instructions within 72 hours.