Re: How to sell a sax
I dissagree with the $500-$700 assessment. Second hand stores usually sell excellent condition Bundy IIs for not much more than $500, and they'd buy the same for probably less than half that. I see a lot of decent-condition Bundys and Bundy IIs sell a lot in the $400-450 range at those places and you have to consider the credibility to the sale that a retail outlet adds for them to be able to charge even that much.
I don't see how that horn is worth more than $350 or $400 from a personal sale, and that's *if* it doesn't need work of any sort. Consigned, you could get the same price through the store, but with probably a $100 consignment fee at the time of sale.