This Varitone pickup was factory installed in a later model Buescher 400 Tenor neck. This was after Selmer USA had bought out Buescher. The original owner purchased two necks for the horn, both underslung, one with the Varitone pickup.
Photo of the Selmer Alto Sax mouthpieces I happen to have in stock as of this writing. I include the Mouthpiece Cafe inspired “Espresso” mouthpieces: I have a great selection of other alto mouthpieces, tenor sax mouthpieces, bari sax mouthpieces, soprano sax mouthpieces and clarinet mouthpieces.
As of this writing (July 2016), I have two extremely nice Selmer Soloist short shank alto mouthpieces, refaced by Brian Powell (Mouthpiece Guys, Mouthpiece Cafe) available. Easiest to use the search function in the upper right corner if you want to see ’em.
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about Selmer mouthpieces looking different. And it has been exasperatingly hard to find photos of the new mouthpieces. Manufacturers spend untold amounts of money to produce these mouthpieces and then neglect to market them. And by market them, I mean provide even the most basic photos of them. […]
Seems Selmer still makes these for alto and tenor sax, but have discontinued them for soprano. I have a client who wants one of these for soprano sax mpc.
Just received in three mouthpieces from Mouthpiece Cafe. House Blend Tenor 8 Primo Tenor 7* Espresso Alto 7
Do you prefer the regular Soloist reeds or the Soloist Blue reeds? Or perhaps you are a Vibrator player.
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 […]
A Vox/RB style Pickup Port in a Selmer Mark VI Tenor Neck
One says “Made in France”. The other does not.