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As long as there isn't any serious damage or major issues, yes, that's a good deal for a great sax. Try it - if it plays well and you like it, buy it.
 

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Here's another way to look at it; I've never seen a Custom Z tenor for sale for under $2k. From what I can see (which, I admit, isn't a ton), the horn in the picture looks very solid and in great shape. The neck appears to be unlacquered (maybe aftermarket, maybe a stripped original) - not a big deal as long as it's not damaged. If you end up passing on the sax, please let me know where I can find it.
 

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Based on my experience, I would say $1,500 is a good deal, too, for a near mint purple logo tenor; it's a deal I've seen several times. I've never seen a Custom Z (tenor, of course) sell for under $2k.
 
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