Description: Saxophone - 1974 Selmer Mark VI Tenor #230xxx EURO Orig Lacq
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1974 Selmer Mark VI Tenor #230xxx EURO Orig Lacq
First, this horn plays. The real reason a horn should be "rare".
A UNIQUE European Market Selmer 1974 Mark VI Tenor Saxophone. This horn was first sold in Europe not the USA and is set apart from most Mark VI's by:
1) Its heavier construction resulting in more solid feel and darker tone ( I feel the keys play similar to today's Reference 54) and
2) No Engraving and
3) A High F# Key, common on Euro VI's.
This horn has been played professionally and has excellent key action and very good intonation.
The horn was professionally overhauled in 2002 with all new quality metal resonator pads, all new blue steel springs, and needed felt and cork.
It has been recently inspected by a instrument tech.
Original Laquer is 30%, It is a players horn in both looks and playability . . . This horn is for laying it down at the gig . . . This is not a pretty boy's horn.
Also, No dents and only two resolder points that I can tell on the Low F# pad guard and the Low Eb pad guard . . . no important stuff. Also, Original neck no damage and original case good condition.
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