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  1. Holton
    I purchased C melody saxophone for my son’s first instrument. It was sold to me at a pon shop as a tenor sax. The instrument was manufactured in Elkhorn, Wisconsin and has the serial number 12125 LP. The instrument is in great shape and has all new felts and pads. I’m interested in selling but...
  2. Conn
    Hi, Thank You for taking the time to read this. I'm not a sax player. More of a piano and drums training. I bought a saxophone in a pawn shop back in 1989 and I was Hoping I could get some info on it. From what I've researched so far it may be a Conn Continental 1929 (maybe) Heres what's...
  3. Buescher
    This is a great classical horn in my opinion. It's just out of the shop for adjustment, it's in great playing condition, and because of it's matte silver finish it's easy to polish and keep looking great. It has serial number 212997 which puts it in the year of 1926, I believe. There's no way...
  4. Misc. Saxophone Manufacturers
    anyone know anything about what appears to be a 1930's saxophone...the only identifying name is on the bell..." Herman Hertz Model" thanks for any response!
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