Gold frosted Bundy Selmer Sax

by Jean
(florida)

How do I know if it's an alto or base sax? or for that matter, what kind of sax is it? The model number is 633242.
Thanks

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Aug 31, 2009
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Alto Sax- -
by: Anonymous

See The link on the left ALTO SAX -
Please Do not waste our time !
Most alto saxophones range from concert D-flat belosaxophones and the role they play.
Alto saxophones are prominent members of the saxophone family. The alto is the most popular among classical performers and composers. In fact most classical players focus mainly on the alto. It is the fourth in size of the sax family. The smallest saxophone is the sopranissimo or soprillo, followed by the sopranino, soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, bass, contrabass, and the largest is the subcontrabass.




Most alto saxophones range from concert D-flat below middle w middle C to concert D

Sep 06, 2009
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Did You Figure It Out?
by: Anonymous

Well after our learned friend above here sent you to the links on the left, did you manage to ID the sax? It most likely is either an alto or a tenor. It would not be a bass, since Bundy did not make bass saxophones. The finish you describe, if it's the original one, places the horn as one of the original Bundy saxophones. The were very nice horns. A number of pros I know have kept theirs as back up horns.

And BTW anonymous, that was a bit harsh, with your "don't waste our time" stuff. You then go on to try and impress us with what exactly? A regurgitation of minor knowledge you gained from reading the side navigation menu and a couple pages from this or another site. Whatever. If you would be a bit more polite to others in the future, then the on-line world be a kindler and gentler place. Peace.

Nov 10, 2009
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Friendly Saxophone forum
by: Mantius Cazaubon (Moderator)

Well said. This is a friendly forum, please keep it that way.

All the best.

Mantius Cazaubon,
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