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by jimrich
(2 posts)
10 years ago

Selmer mk VI resonators

help me find some selmer mkVI platic or metal resonators for alto (or tenor) that have screws in back so they can be reused. thanks, jim

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  1. by sax_maniac
    (984 posts)

    10 years ago

    Re: Selmer mk VI resonators

    contact ferree's at 800.253.2261. If they don't have them, they might know where you can find them.

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    1. by johnsonfromwisconsin
      (767 posts)

      10 years ago

      Re: Selmer mk VI resonators

      Now I may have some missinformation, but I wasn't aware that Selmer ever used screw-in resos.

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      1. by SaxMan
        (559 posts)

        10 years ago

        Re: Selmer mk VI resonators

        they did - they are considered the best resonators ever made in sax history - before a new company started reproduction, sometimes they would go for 700 bucks a set. Resotechs are the same thing as those old screw in selmer, other than they are sterling silver - not nickel silver - they run about a hundred bucks a set. As for the plastic ones, ferrees would be the way to go.

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        1. by johnsonfromwisconsin
          (767 posts)

          10 years ago

          Re: Selmer mk VI resonators

          Hmm. I was of a mind that Buffet was the one to do that, and indeed they might have done it also.

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        2. by SaxMan
          (559 posts)

          10 years ago

          Re: Selmer mk VI resonators

          I wouldnt doubt it - selmer has used ideas from buffet and expounded upon them a few times.

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