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Sax is about 10 years old ...new price is around 4000 $ ....are these the best of Cannonball ?
What is it that you are asking? Are you looking for market value of a used instrument? Are you buying or selling?

I don't know who told you that the horn is about 10 years old - they haven't made them in this century.

http://cannonballmusic.com/chronology.php

The Knight series was made in the late '90s, followed by the Global Big Bell, and then the Stone series.

"Best of Cannonball" was likely the Mad Meg/Pete Christlieb model.
 

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Just remember these are not the same quality that Cannonball is now famous for producing. This is the series that was previous to the Big Bell Global series where they made a lot of improvements in construction and design. Many unfavorable reviews can be found if you look. Honestly unless it's selling for under $500 I would turn and not look back.
 

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Just remember these are not the same quality that Cannonball is now famous for producing. This is the series that was previous to the Big Bell Global series where they made a lot of improvements in construction and design. Many unfavorable reviews can be found if you look. Honestly unless it's selling for under $500 I would turn and not look back.
Thanks a lot , all I needed to know....?
 

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To know what model it is for sure you could check the serial number at the link to the chronology page given by Dr G. Cannonball did not provide two necks on their pro models until the Big Bell Global Series beginning in 2001.
 
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