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by saxologist
(13 posts)
9 years ago

Selmer MarkVI

My great uncle was a musical wholesaler in NY in the 60-70's. My father asked him to get me a good sax since I was playing well in school and college. He sent me a Selmer Mk VI for 600.00. I have it its in perfect condition same case, no lacquer loss player great. I want bent old suprano. But not sure what I should look for and where to go. please help

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  1. by connsaxman_jim
    (2336 posts)

    9 years ago

    Re: Selmer MarkVI

    You say you want a curved soprano? Go with an older Conn or a Yanagisawa.

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    1. by bconroy
      (2 posts)

      9 years ago

      Curved Soprano

      I have the Yanigasawa curved soprano, bought it new a few years ago. I really like it. Intonation is very good, although it takes a little work. The Ab and C# keys tend to stick, even after getting warmed up. It blows easily. I wanted to get a sound that was not too sweet, but not so hard as Coltrane. I am still trying to find the best MP for it, but I enjoy playing this horn.

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