Selmer Series II Bass Saxophone - Gold Lacquer

Code: CA0012
RRP: £29,234.60 Our Price: £22,575.00
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Jubilee Edition



-In the French jeweller’s tradition, the new engraving, thinner thanks
to an outline technique, decorates the bell and the bow, doubled on the
ring by the original signature of the Founder.






- A new lacquer definition optimizes the quality of the play of light
through shades of “gold” tone in the instrument’s reflection.






- The neck key is redesigned through a lighter mechanism and subtly
thinner outlines, thus becoming more elegant.






- In order to fulfil this new visual balance, the geometry of the “S”
neck is imperceptibly modernized on a deep blue background even more
recognizable.






- In keeping with a know-how of purely French manufacture, Selmer Paris
signs its new “Series II” and “Series III” ranges with the seal of the
essence of its difference.






Selmer Paris Saxophones



Since the creation of the Series 22 in 1921, Henri Selmer Paris has been
one of the world's finest manufacturers of professional-level
saxophones. Musicians who have performed on Selmer saxophones include
John Coltrane, Michael Brecker, Rickey Ford, Ron Blake and Stan Getz.






Every sax players dream...a Selmer sax handmade in Paris. Instruments
with class and character (and not a bad investment if you look at the
second hand prices). Selmer (Paris) are generally regarded as the home
of the saxophone having bought the original factory from Adolphe Sax.
Most sax players consider the legendary Selmer Mark 6 as the best ever
made. If you don't want to spend years and a great deal of money
searching for a good Mark 6 then treat yourself to a new Reference sax!


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