Just sharing some pictures of this incredible Buescher True Tone alto I won at an estate sale auction a few days ago. It has exquisite engraving work all over the body. Really quite beautiful.
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I wish that where the case. Since Roger retired I'm really stuck for a good repair tech up here.Wow, Liam, you certainly know how to tempt Roger into 'one last one'! It's breathtaking. A stunner.
Yes! I was so happy to find the little owl. What a nice little touch. The auction house had put up very mediocre photos of the sax so it was really nice discovering all the subtle details in the engravings when I got it.The owl kills me hiding behind the octave key arm.
An engraving expert on facebook messaged me saying he thought it was probably a Julius Stenberg engraving.Amazing stuff ! I wonder if that's Jules Stenberg's work ?
Looks like a late True Tone, also . What serial number ?