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Geez, what a choice. I would pick the cheapest one that I could resell for what I paid for it, taking into consideration any work it needs. (You don't want to be stuck with a sax you don't like because you can't get your money out of it.) My guess is that using this criteria, the best choice would be the Bundy, assuming the price is good and it doesn't need too much work. The new horns will lose value by becoming used.

But I think jonnieboy asks a good question - JayeSF on here, for example, usually has some much better budget-priced saxes than those three, and I believe he will ship internationally.
 

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Overhaul costs vary greatly by location. Around here they can cost $700-900, but most other places are cheaper (some by a lot). You should find out how much overhauls cost near you. I have bought two horns from JayeSF, and my experience was that the horns were ready to play. They had not been fully overhauled, but had been put in good basic playing shape.
 
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