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  1. Advice on Buying or Selling a Saxophone
    Hi there, I have an SML Rev D alto saxophone, with serial number 14XXX which I think makes it a 1955 model. It received an overhaul before I bought it, so all the pads, cork and so on are still in great condition. It plays great and has no damage apart from cosmetic damage, such as minor...
  2. Advice on Buying or Selling a Saxophone
    Anyone have any advice where could I find a Rev D for sale? I have been looking around but they are a bit rare... Im looking for around SN: 14xxx with the rocking thumbrest. Any advice is appreciated.
  3. Advice on Buying or Selling a Saxophone
    Hi, I have an alto SML Rev D saxophone and am wondering about the value. I used to play, but now this sax is just sitting in my closet. Part of me doesn't want to sell it, maybe I'll play again one day, or maybe I'll have a relative that wants to play. But another part of me thinks its a shame...
  4. Construction
    SML Rev B & D comparison Recently I acquired a second SML alto, a 'Revision B' as it's known. It's the older brother/sister to my beloved 'Revision D' and after extensive cleaning (it was black mostly and splattered with superglue) I thought I'd take some photos showing the pair side by side...
  5. General Discussion
    My French is tres rusty and Google Translator is *****. However, it seems like it's missing the low Eb guard and the some rods but includes key cups??? http://cgi.ebay.fr/SAXOPHONE-ALTO-SML-MARIGAUX-REVISION-D-1955-/290826847883?pt=FR_YO_InstrumentsMusique_Vent&hash=item43b6a1868b Man, it's a...
  6. Construction
    Not sure if this has been posted before but abadcliche has posted an excellent repairman's overview of an awesome SML Rev. D tenor on his Youtube page: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFA5n8-DLSk Great stuff! :thumbrig:
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