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WITHDRAWN, no longer for sale - Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

wol916

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After much agonising I can no longer justify owning this beautiful instrument. So the time has come to pass on to a more deserving owner.:(
The Sax is like new in the original case (including keys, sling and Yanagisawa mouthpiece).
Also included are an Otto link 7* metal mouthpiece, a PPT 7* mouthpiece and a Yamaha mouthpiece all with ligatures and caps.
Sax and case have never been outside the house since the day I brought them home and it has had little use.

I'm not doing this to make a huge amount so I will be realistic, new this little lot would run to £4000 so I think a far price would be £2000 what more could you want half price! :w00t:

I would also specify that the buyer collect as this is a lot of cash and I would not feel right selling without you trying first.

Warren
 
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BUMNOTE

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

Hi Warren,what finish is sax,bronze or brass.Thanks Bumnote.
 

wol916

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

Hi Bumnote (great name) it's the bronze one.
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Not sure how the pictures will come out there all I have at work ;}
 

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kevgermany

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

Sounds like a bargain, hope you're not giving up!
 

wol916

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

No not giving up rationalising, as I said I'm not trying to get my money back or anything like that I believe it's a fair price in light of the fact I'm asking the potential buyer collect but I would not be comfortable if they had not tried the instrument first.
 

BUMNOTE

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

Hi pm sent.Thanks Bumnote.
 

dolbob

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

Hi Warren!
I might like the otto Link mac what,s your best price.?
 

johnny b.

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

Hi there wol916,

pm sent.
 

kevgermany

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

This item's been withdrawn. No longer for sale.
 

Ivan

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

This item's been withdrawn. No longer for sale.

Does it sound fishy that the sale withdrawal is announced by a moderator?
 

jonf

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

Nope, not if the OP wanted the title to make it clear it had been withdrawn, as this can only be done by a mod.

Kev?
 

kevgermany

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

Does it sound fishy that the sale withdrawal is announced by a moderator?

Nope, not if the OP wanted the title to make it clear it had been withdrawn, as this can only be done by a mod.

Kev?

JonF is perfectly correct. With hindsight I should have also put in my post, by request of OP. There is no hidden agenda here. OP has decided to keep the sax.
 

Jamesmac

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

Hello,
good decision if one continues playing.

Greetings


Your avitar breaks me up. :) You should get together with Targa, he also has a great sense of humour.
 

jonf

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

Very sensible, keeping it. But then I would say that, given that a T992 is my tenor of choice.
 

wol916

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Re: Yanagisawa T992 tenor with several mouthpieces.

Very sensible, keeping it. But then I would say that, given that a T992 is my tenor of choice.

I decided to give it another chance as the offers just did not make selling worth while.
Nothing fishy about the withdrawal just getting any worth while offers, now I will have to try to keep out of the garage and play some more sax ;}
 

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