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  1. Selmer (Paris)
    there is an early tenor for sale locally, serial no. 10009 B engraved on the bell, which puts it at New Largebore period (1929), but it hasn't front F key. Shouldn't Selmers from Modele 26 on have front F? guy is asking 2500€ (negotiable price) Regards
  2. Stolen Instruments, Music
    Selmer 1957 Mark VI tenor saxophone, serial number M73842 Stolen with a B & N "lost wax" (black hard rubber) mouthpiece and a Vandoren Optimum ligature. The horn was stolen without a case. My tenor saxophone went missing from the stage of the Orpheum theatre in Vancouver on January 5, 2018...
  3. SOTW Member Recordings & Reviews
    Hi all, I recently met a fellow SOTW member who has a very nice Selmer Balanced Action tenor of 1938. I play a Selmer Super Balanced Action of 1952 and decided at the end of the evening to record a quick take of 'Tenor Madness' on both horns. Used the same mouthpiece (Otto Link Florida no USA...
  4. Selmer (Paris)
    I am currently in the process of moving, and yesterday, while sorting through the stuff that was under the stairs of my old house, I came across a brochure for the alto and tenor Mark VII saxophones. The brochure would be roughly from 1979, from when I was in junior high school. I was checking...
  5. Selmer (Paris)
    I am being offered a 103,xxx Mark VI that had its original neck replaced (by the original owner) with a Balanced Action "T" neck. This unusual (to me) neck has a significantly raised octave hole, thus the "T". I'm told the BA neck provides much better intonation than the original. The horn...
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