130XXX (Body- and the original neck matching). PADS: New with domed metal resonators. CORK & FELT : All new. CASE: Unoriginal soft gig bag.
Adjustable right hand thumb rest. Ergonomic left hand thumb rest. This saxophone has been fully restored and is in great technical condition. However, there are a lot of cosmetic issues in general all over the body like scratches, resolders, minor / shallow dents. Tap marks, burnt lacquer, corrosion e.
What you see is what you get! Please note that all kind of organic material such as felt, pads, cork and glue may change.May change depending of the above mentioned aspects as well as your playing style. You must take into account that a saxophone needs fine adjustments perhaps upon receipt.
But for sure after some time of playing and on a regular basis. Video of this saxophone shows how this plays with ease from top to bottom. Any of the above mentioned aspects. These Committee II is by many considered to have one of the best intonation of all old Martins.Fast action and great response together with that cool fat smoky Martin sound, makes it great for jazz. Blues, R&B, rock and similar. If there is a problem, please contact me before leaving a feedback. I will work with you to resolve any issues!
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The package will travel fully insured. The item "Martin Handcraft Alto Sax Committee II 1939" is in sale since Thursday, March 19, 2020.This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Vintage Musical Instruments\Vintage Wind & Woodwind\Band & Orchestral\Saxophones". The seller is "vintagesaxophones" and is located in Asker. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.