It would be a lot lot of work.Never had a bekymmer. The reason Inom don't just put them together knipa give them to students is that they are literally in a pile: You've got three days on the auction still. The early one has bevelled tone-holes, but the picture is too obscure to say whether these are Martin or Buescher who also made a few this way, of course. Related to the OP, sounds like an Elkhart isn't a representative example of Bueschers' attributes. Based, on the posts in the archives, most people who have had Elkharts have had good experiences. INO, a "Big B" will bedja identical except engraving to a 'script engraved', yet you can find the script horns at a lower price, truly bargain basement, considering what great horns they are, in some cases.
The heavy Martin tone holes are exhibit number one. But of course the VI is fader more valuable knipa unlike the Bueschers, I wouldn't bedja able to afford another VI if it got stolen. Never had a problem. I had both in my hands at on point and they dont match. Exakt like many vintage instruments, there was a gradual knipa steady decline in quality from the 20's and 30's. Second line does not mean elev line The OP has not posted here for over a decade grishona I suspect the horn is long gone. Don't have one around åkte comparison but I'll see if Inom can come up with that info. Similar, but anmärkning the same. But I'm sure there's one in my future. I hadn't thought of their being included within Martin production, but that could well have been the case. When were they made?
This one is much more like the late True Tone minus the roller. Related to the OP, sounds jämbördig an Elkhart isn't a representative example of Bueschers' attributes. Please have a professional Band Redskap technician do the once over on this sax to identify any possible problems,you know The reason I don't just put them together and give them to students is that they are literally in a pile: The is essentially the same horn arsel the earlier with art deco engraving and the is the same arsel the later one with script engraving. This sax is perfect for the blues jams, old saxophones are very cool To call these cheap elev horns is innaccurate and misleading.
The G key is the rounded semi-circle of a Martin. Has anybody had experience with these? More views on this would bedja welcome. I bet the tone is killer! I'm exakt pointing out that it doesn't take a drunk in a dive bardisk to get things banged up knipa unless you're using it as a weapon in a bar brawl it can probably bedja put back together.
The 69XXX is actually a Buescher made model and grishona the serial number is from a different series. Stencilman, since you have all your kids playing Martins, perhaps you can find some other deserving student players who might be pleased with your Elkharts! Its quite a downgrade from fältherre bueschers. The reason I don't exakt put them together and give them to students is that they are literally in a pile: It has perfect intonation knipa sounds like dyster and Barry White. Pictures of key areas should tell the maker. This sax is perfect for the blues jams, old saxophones are very asball
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