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  1. Sax vs. Sax, Mpc vs. Mpc, etc.
    Hi there! I'm here looking for some help on this. I want to change my chinese tenor for something better for a begginer-intermediate level. Now, I have some interesting options. First, a Century Tenor (unknown model) for USD $690, but also horns like a Selmer Bundy II for $650, o a Conn...
  2. Sax Repair, Maintenance and Modification
    Just aquired a Bundy II Tenor from eBay. Seller says it was purchased new in 1983. I paid $280 US shipped. It looks like it was played very little. Laquer is 95%. Two very small dings and very lightly scratched on the bow. It is in near perfect playing condition, except the High F# pad is shot...
  3. Selmer (USA)
    Yesterday I bought a Selmer Bundy II alto sax from Craigslist...$100! Play tested it and it looks and works great, may need some work but nothing extensive:bluewink2: The only thing I'm unsure of is the year it was manufactured; I can't find anything online about these student horns! The serial...
  4. Sax Repair, Maintenance and Modification
    hi everyone at SOTW, i got a bundy 2 alto sax, and the high D key broke in two pieces, if the key is made of brass i can weld it with silver, but i'm not sure if it is brass, so, is it brass??
  5. Selmer (USA)
    Ahoy, ahoy I've been playing a bundy II tenor (serial: 857801) for a year and a half now and want to know its history. I think I heard that selmer made bundy's after they bought Buescher and that Bundy's are modeled after series II TT. What is the history of the bundy brand? What year is the...
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