Selmer never made a Selmer Mark VII Bass Sax – so even though the serial number is 300,000+ which would normally make it a VII Selmer never changed the design for the Bass Sax. It has always been a Mark VI design. This instrument is in fantastic condition! There is very light little scratches here and there on the horn from very light player use however overall this is in mint condition! This Bass Sax plays great!
Instrument Condition: The overall physical condition of this used instrument is Very Good to Excellent
Playing Condition: This instrument is currently in Very Good to Excellent playing condition
The Key Plating: Approximately 100% of the original key plating remains and they have a good polish (See Pic)
The Finish: It has approximately 98%+ of the lacquered finish
Player Wear: Very Light general wear (possible light surface scratches and/or minor dents and dings) (See Pics)
The Bell: Almost no dents and no evidence of bell lip pull down (See Pics)
The Bow: Has a light dent in the bow guard and/or a small ding (See Pics)
Pad Condition: Good Used Pads Throughout
Resonator type: Metal resonators
The Neck: has approximately 98%+ of the finish remaining with Light wear (general player wear) (See Pics)
The Mouthpiece: A Selmer C* mouthpiece, a reed, a Selmer ligature and a Selmer cap are included (see pics).
The Stand: If pictured, not included.
The Case: Good Used Condition (General wear with some edge wear and visible surface scratches)
Engraving: Henri Selmer Paris (in the laurels) Selmer Made in France (on the bell) Made in France BREV.S.G.D.G.NO383098 ENGL.PAT.NO11.824 U.S.Patent.2.710.58. (above the serial number) Henri Selmer Paris (in laurels) C* Made in France Saxo Basse (all on the mouthpiece) Selmer Made in France (on the ligature) Henri Selmer Paris (in the laurels) Made in France (all on the mouthpiece cap