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    Belshoresdan

    Evaluating a Used Saxophone For Purchase (video)

    Yes.....I agree with all the above
    And thank you very much
    Don't want to get carried away
    but... Go to last post

    Belshoresdan 02-19-2017 06:42 PM
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    Mike F

    Re: Why is US assembled MKVI's more valuable?

    Ah, yes, good point. Unlikely, as you say, but still possible.........

    Always good to have several indicators of course.

    Mike F Today, 04:40 PM Go to last post
    Mike F

    Re: Why is US assembled MKVI's more valuable?

    Well, it has US engraving so I assume it must be US assembled. BTW I think the late MKVI's are great. I have a 238xxx tenor which is my workhorse horn. Have tried to 'replace' it a few times - Ref54,...

    Mike F Today, 04:37 PM Go to last post
    milandro

    Re: SR (usa) Reeds

    https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41RlJmXkmML.jpgsymmetricut reeds, lots of info, even here on SOTW

    https://forum.saxontheweb.net/showthread.php?36108-CICCONE-SYMMETRICUT-REEDS
    ...

    milandro Today, 04:34 PM Go to last post
    Douglas Pipher

    Re: Why is US assembled MKVI's more valuable?

    Most likely yes ... but non-engraved horns (mostly non-US market horns) are sometimes aftermarket engraved in the US, with US-style engraving, which could confuse someone looking solely at the...

    Douglas Pipher Today, 04:33 PM Go to last post
    saxobari

    Re: Why is US assembled MKVI's more valuable?

    So Mike
    What is your opion?
    Thanks
    Saxobari

    saxobari Today, 04:27 PM Go to last post
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