I would think so, if you are in that 20% of Americans who own 85% of the wealth. You could probably get one of Theo Wanne's mouthpieces to go with it, too; maybe even three or four. :mrgreen:To get 15-20 K for a sought after Mark VI Serial number tenor (85,000)
It is not business as usual......but I wasn't trying to get into a political thing, merely thinking about selling my VI.I've never bought into the phrase "in this economy." We focus and panic over the unemployment rate, 9-17% depending on who you listen to. But for the 83-91% of people who are still working, I think it is still business as usual. There might be some reduced spending on their part to build up a reserve in case they lose their jobs as well, but I don't think most people are that disciplined.
You can buy a car on a credit card or with cash too. It all depends who "you" are. For a person that has a positive cash flow far in excess of their needs, a $20k saxophone is not a big thing. BTW, I'm not one of those people.You can get a loan for a car and make payments, while a saxophone is a different matter. Buy a gold plated horn, they are definately going up in value.
My understanding is that SMT has one to sell, not that he's looking to buy one.I would think so, if you are in that 20% of Americans who own 85% of the wealth. You could probably get one of Theo Wanne's mouthpieces to go with it, too; maybe even three or four. :mrgreen: