I happen to have a couple of exceptionally nice Bundy Altos in stock. The older one has a 5-digit serial number of 28465 which may put it prior to WWI. The new one has a serial number of 408714 which might put it right after the Selmer buyout of Buescher at 1963. They are very […]
….sent me an e-mail and every time I reply, it is rejected and bounces back to me. It is a gmail address. Eric…give me a call 608-279-9744
Pick-ups are essentially a microphone fitted into an instrument. With the Selmer Varitone they drilled a hole in the neck and installed the pick-up in the neck. Now…who wants a hole drilled in their sax neck? Anybody? Makes more sense to me to drill the hole in a mouthpiece. Probably not your favorite mouthpiece…save that […]
If I figure I get 30 e-mails a day and if I average 5 minutes reading and responding to each e-mail, that’d be 150 minutes or 2 1/2 hours just on e-mails. Really sorry, but I don’t have enough time.
One says “Made in France”. The other does not.
I thought it was cool that the semi-ravaged Buffet clarinet had a Goldentone reed and mouthpiece.
…or bite patch or whatever you call it. Remove the old one. Install a new one.
…from a Buescher TrueTone C-Melody. Might be an original pad, some 80 or 90 years old, snap-in resonator, originally white kid or goat leather….
Yes, that is Elkhorn, WI….not Elkhart, IN. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KS_F6B9YSg And here is the Tour Booklet: http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=1211
First off – I will be CLOSED Christmas Eve Day, Dec. 24th. Also Closed Christmas Day, Dec. 25th Tried and failed to get this change in my Google Business listing. Secondly – The window has closed as far as getting large items like saxophones packed and shipped for Christmas. Small things like mouthpieces….no problem. I […]