Low Pitch, High Pitch

by Shadowman

What it meant by " Low Pitch or High Pitch " inscribed on a saxophone?

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Dec 08, 2009
Murray M --Low Pitch
by: Anonymous

Hi , The Low Pitch was something that was stamped on saxophones up untill the early 1940's .
The standard tuning of instruments is 440 , and i believe there is no problem with the sax .
the sax is fine , and a collector or pro player will find the sax very vauable , trust me .

Dec 08, 2009
Low pitch stamp
by: Shadowman

My Selmer does not have the low pitch stamped on it,
but I have seen a few horns on e-Bay advertised as " Low Pitch"

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