Saxophone has been used lightly. Included is a hard case, Conn mouthpiece and french reeds. This is my Buffet Crampon 400 Alto Saxophone. Even though repairs are essentially. The tarnish mark and the dents look bigger in the pictures than they do in person because of the close up pictures. This list does not include the Evette model clarinets made by Buffet.
Bottom line: if you don't have thousands to spend on a professional horn. The professional models are usually made from more select grenadilla wood, and are usually unstained. It looks great and worked great the last time that it was used. It has a reed plate installed on it. Auction includes sax and hard case as pictured. It has some playwear marks and dings and 1 bigger dent on the bottom side as shown. Tenon is original with nickel- silver tenon- cap.
This one's a real best buy at Sold. Winning bidder pays shipping and insurance. They seem to be in good shape still. Notes International No No Entry level semi-professional model, also known as the C13 model Conservatoire Yes No Semi-professional model, also known as the C12 model R13 Yes 1955-? He was aware of the fact that not all. Its build quality looks solid. See the subpage for a second review of Noblet N Serial.
The Senzo, built in a co-operative arrangement between Buffet and Keilwerth facilities, marked the return of Buffet saxophone production to France for the first time since the mid-1980s. Please ask any questions before bidding and thanks for looking! Most music teachers recommend starting your young learner out on the best horn you can afford to buy them. These saxophones are meticulously hand-engraved and assembled for the highest level of quality and workmanship. The bell section is from the same time period, but by Penzel Mueller. Please do not pay for the item until I send the invoice. Of course listing shows pictures of the actual Instrument You will receive. All accessesories and case are included with your purchase and not sold separately.
Serial 13862, Please see the photos for more details- you may need to scroll to see them all. In 2006 Buffet Crampon acquired two brass instrument manufacturers, Antoine Courtois Paris and. Conn offered the Eb contrabass Sarrusophone, model 16V, as their Eb contrabass saxophone alternative, as did a few other companies, like Couesnon. Any questions that you would like to ask over. The G post needs to be soldered as shown in the pictures.
At this time we do not post outside the contiguous United States. The Sarrusophone has essentially the same keywork as the saxophone, but the body is tightly curved, lighter. All the pads are present and it is functional. Has been serviced by a professional technician. Serial Number 12533 Saxophone is still in beautiful condition. See also the Vintage Saxophones Revisited article by Prof. It is not necessary to request an invoice, but you may certainly send a message if you would like one.
Manufactured in the 1950's by Buffet Crampon. Additionally, Buffet Crampon grants to all Clarinet, Oboe and English horn buyers contractual guarantees which are applicable to some parts of the instrument. With refurbished vintage French case and our usual two- year service warranty. They are recognizeable by the keywork, compare them to the Marlene page here. There is such tiny flatness in the throat tones that just playing softer and lipping will bring them into perfect tune.
In 2005 the Buffet Crampon company returned to French hands. Our number is 870 425-9715, and our store hours are 9-6 Central Standard Time, Monday-Saturday. The cork holds the mouthpiece plenty tight and the pad on the octave key is full. When Buffet's first sax was introduced. This is extremely clean instrument outside and inside as well. I took it to a friend who played sax in college, he ran it through the scales and it sounded clean with a rich deep tone. It went into storage for 20 some years before my daughter played it briefly for two years.
Large tenon is original, no cracks; small tenon is a modern replacement. We will gladly work with you to resolve any concerns. The case outside of a small corner where it got a little wear and one of the backpack straps clip broke. Serial Numbers: Beginning Year Beginning Number; 1950: 1: 1952: 2925. Comes with and older case in fair condition but solid.
Bassoons are expensive and used instruments often. Resin body and headjoint with silver plated keys. You are bidding on a Vintage Buffet and Crampon Alto Saxophone Cap and Ligature. What you see in the photos is exactly what you get. Is in top playing condition and looks amazing.