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Michael White in Ealing, UK, seem very competetively priced. Of course, you can't tell from a stock list until you have a look in person but how do these second hand sax prices seem to anyone 'in the know' here, please and which could be considered 'pro models'?

http://www.michaelwhitewind.co.uk/Second_Sax.htm

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that yamaha 62R soprano is a great deal .
And i bought it......

THe 62Rs are going for twice as much on eBay ;).
I guess Whites don't follow the net prices that much.
There might be more bargains there. ;-)

[My transaction was totally painless, BTW ,
I even got a wee discount on the "list" price]

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And i bought it......

THe 62Rs are going for twice as much on eBay ;).
I guess Whites don't follow the net prices that much.
There might be more bargains there. ;-)

[My transaction was totally painless, BTW ,
I even got a wee discount on the "list" price]

-A-
They Are Great Horns!
 

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Bumping this thread... Never got to Michael White, will try again early November (have gig not far from there). I think their site may be well out of date, like Bill Lewingtons and Don Mackrills. For one thing, you click on the PDF price list and it's dated 2003...
 

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Bumping this thread... Never got to Michael White, will try again early November (have gig not far from there). I think their site may be well out of date, like Bill Lewingtons and Don Mackrills. For one thing, you click on the PDF price list and it's dated 2003...
If you advertise at a price, don't advertising standards insist that you sell at the same price? Their non-updating of the catalogue might be to your advantage if so.
 

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im betting that theyre selling most of those on behalf of a customer, so they are not the shops own 'stock' of vintage horns, so if that price has gone up then the person theyre selling it for has the right not to accept that price.
 
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