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The sax I've seen was manufactured in 1998 and was seldom played. It looks in great condition, judging from the photos and it would cost me about 25% less than a new one...
25% off for a thirteen year old horn ain't no bargain. Plenty of folks buy before they try, but if doing so, your best bet is to try the same horn elsewhere that you can get your hands on to at least know if you're comfortable with them.
 

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Having traveled hundreds of miles to look at horns when in the market, don't be afraid to make a lower offer and then walk if it's not met. Sometimes expectations can get the best of you.

As for play testing, bringing a digital tuner might be of some help.
 
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