Above all, we are lovers of the instrument. We restore, repair, lease and sell. Reviving well built, vintage instruments is just as satisfying as seeing a customer leave with the instrument he or she fell in love with.
This advert is located in and around Southend On Sea, Essex. Vintage ,modern, student mouthpieces. I have a small collection of mouthpieces for sale.
This also happened to be the same shop her father used to go to. Prior to this particular owner buying it. It was not a pawn shop, but rather a well-reputed music store that has been in the north of England for nearly half a century.
Clear all filters. Apply filters. Add to wishlist. A leading voice in the local musical community, Andy is a talented clarinet player with extensive knowledge across the whole woodwind range.
We offer a large range of second hand, ex-demo and vintage instruments. Many used saxophones come with a 3 month service warranty, and all are offered with our 7 day approval period. Contact us here to discuss buying or selling your Saxophone.
Here at Saxquest we strive to maintain a large inventory of top-shelf vintage and modern saxophones, from the great Selmer Mark VI of yesterday to modern makes such as P. Mauriat and Keilwerth. If you don't see what you're looking for today, check back in a week or less, our inventory changes that quickly.
Horn came to us in excellent shape, no significant nasties. Given the usual 2ndending. We only needed to replace a few pads, the rest are in good shape with plenty of life left on 'em.
I have been asked this question hundreds of times. Some of this may be disappointing, but some of it might be encouraging as well. Almost all modern student saxophones are made in a number of factories in China, Taiwan, and Vietnam. When I taught saxophone lessons professionally, I had to deal with student saxophones that were literally falling apart, and that were not even made of brass in some cases.
Study saxophone information to your heart's content! Nice Berg with a desired tip. I still can't forget playing one and that was years ago.
Back then, the small block was dotted with so many instrument sales and repair stores that it earned the title Music Street. Rollins used to browse those shops, trying out reeds, mouthpieces, and horns, always on the lookout for a better sound, until one day he found a used saxophone he liked—a model made by the French company Henri Selmer Paris called the Mark VI—and took it home. The list goes on.