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Do any of these saxes (and any other popular brand I may have missed) have their brand engraved on the bell?

Selmer
Yamaha
Elkhart
Jupiter
J. Michael
Trevor James
Yanagisawa
 

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:? Yes, but its proper engraving almost like its stamped, not like the knock off chinese selmers where its thinly laser engraved and very cheap looking...like you need that to tell you its not the real deal anyway...

Elkhart is not a brand by the way, its a place:)

Dont know "J Michael" at all?

Why do you ask?
 

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Yes
 

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haduran said:
Sad but true its now also the brand name for a line of Taiwanese instruments.
Really? Well I suppose if Mauriat can get away with "Paris" engraved on their high end taiwan made horns it shouldnt suprise me. That on its own is reason enough for me to not consider buying one.
 

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Canadiain said:
Elkhart is not a brand by the way, its a place:)

Dont know "J Michael" at all?
These are all brands sold in the UK, so they may not be familiar to all readers.
 

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batonstar,
Take a look 'round Saxpics.com if you are interested in seeing how the various horns are branded.
 

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Dr G said:
batonstar,
Take a look 'round Saxpics.com if you are interested in seeing how the various horns are branded.
Saxpics is mainly vintage though, and the brands batonstar is asking about are current.

batonstar said:
Do any of these saxes (and any other popular brand I may have missed) have their brand engraved on the bell?
I must admit I'm not quite sure what you're asking batonstar: I'd hazard that most have their name/logo/etc on the bell (best place for it really), so are you asking about engraving as opposed to transfer/print?
 
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