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jbtsax

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And they come with a pair of white gloves and are band director approved. >:)
 

Jamesmac

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I love the look of a vintage horn, that has had the tired old lacquer removed, and a new finish applied. The problem for me with sax finishes is the resale value on vintage horns. I have a 1948 10M having the works, I bought it as a non- player and have left the old patchy lacquer on, because I don't know how long I will keep it after the overhaul. If I had a crystal ball and knew it would be a great player, and I could live with the ergos, then I would have stripped the lacquer. The problem is a prospective buyer prefers patchy lacquer because, they believe that it shows the horn has not been buffed to death.
 

gladsaxisme

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It really looks the business how does it play are you putting it straight up for sale I doubt you will have problems selling it ......John
 

sushidushi

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band director approved.

There's someone on eBay who uses that expression for his refurbished instruments. Am I naive to have fallen for the patter? Not that I am able to part with my hard-earned money right now...
 
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