1920's Vintage pro tenor sax Martin Stencil w/hard shell case. Name enraged on bell is Concertone. A factory stencil is made by a famous company and in the 1920's a store was allowed to put their own name on the sax as long as the store bought 3 saxophones. The Martin company was famous for the tone holes being contoured inward unlike other saxophones that were made straight. This sax is solid brass so it has a very dark jazz sound. The sound is so addictive that you want to keep playing and playing. I have been Playing sax since 1952. I have been repairing saxophones since 1978. The sax has a new neck with paper on the insert to make it airtight. I just serviced it to make it play well.
It has several scratches and a few dings
"it makes good sense to buy from people who service what they sell." We service everything that we sell. I have been playing sax, clarinet, and flute since 1951. I have been repairing instruments since 1978.
My last major concert was for a host of pretty impressive guests, Including former President Bill Clinton, when he was in Boston with Senator John Kerry for a fund-raising event for Senator Ted Kennedy. I Played in the 22-piece John Payne saxophone choir at the Park Plaza Castle. Security was so tight, The secret service did background checks On each musician And we had to leave our instruments at the door To be searched by white house staff.
IT CAN BE SEEN AT
AND ALL THAT JAZZ 325 STOCKBRIDGE RD. RT 7 GREAT BARRINGTON, MA 01230
Hours 10AM - 5PM
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Also Can be seen at
ROUTE 102 TRADING POST 905 PLEASANT ST. (RT. 102) LEE MA 01238
508 932 3211 cell 413 528 8880 store
Or just go to one of my websites
www.dominicsmusic.com --for instruments Or www.earthtreasuresonline. com --for minerals