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Martin saxophones are sought-after collectibles, but very underrated in the vintage market, which is good for the buyer.
They are top quality vintage horns that can be had for a bargain.
Martin saxophones feature soldered tone holes, which add weight and resonance to the tone.
The tone holes on Martin saxes until the Committee II are beveled.
In fact, in terms of sound, vintage Bueschers are among the best saxophones out there as far as I'm concerned. The Buescher Tru-Tone production run was from the mid-twenties until about 1930 or so, when they made the transition to the Aristocrat models.
Sigurd Rascher used a gold-plated model throughout his musical career, and his followers use them as well.
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Special Note: Please keep in mind that model changes might not have been made to all Saxophones in the production line and may not be respective of the true age of your instrument.
Special Note: From 1947-1950 Sterling Silver Bell option was added to Saxophones.
Though the model run was from the early 30's to the late fifties, the models with the "Big B" engraving are considered to be the best of the bunch.
At the end of WWII Buescher commemorated it with the production of the 400 line.
The Zephyr and the Super 20 are saxophones with big, bright sounds that are considered the epitome of a modern jazz sound.
The Super 20, which followed the Zephyr and which was basically a Zephyr with an improved mechanism and ergonomics is still one of the most popular vintage saxophones, with a market value second only to the Selmer Mark VI and Balanced and Super Balanced Action saxophones.