Primo #140,xxx MKVI alto. Has the original gray zippered Tray-Pack case, OEM replacement Selmer end plug (original was lost during the reconditioning/overhaul), original neck, original lacquer, hand-cut cork palm key risers, Beason key clamps. POW!
Original American Lacquer, neck & case. No serial number on neck (American Selmers post-#140,xxx I am fairly certain no longer had a serial number stamped on the base ring), however, interestingly, the last 3 digits of the serial number are hand-etched into the interior of the neck, at the base where it inserts into the body of the horn. Full, ultra-premium overhaul bringing it well beyond original factory specifications & tolerances!
This horn came to me in 1998 from a friend who had purchased
The Rover MKIII is a premium ligature that gives greater weight & substance to the tone as compared to the "Dark" & "Light" models.Rovner ligatures hold the reed to the mouthpiece with no pressure points. Because there are no pressure points or rigid constraints on the reed, the reed seats evenly to the facing of the mouthpiece reducing stuffiness and improving tonal clarity. Available Mark III model ligatures C-1E - Bb German String/Eb Clarinet, Nickel Fittings C-1M - Metal Alto Sax, Nickel Fittings C-1R - Bb Clarinet, Nickel Fittings C-1RL - Hard Rubber Alto Sax, Gold Fittings C-1RVS - Hard Rubber Soprano Sax, Gold Fittings C-2M - Metal Tenor Sax, Nickel Fittings C-2R - Hard Rubber Tenor Sax, Gold Fittings C-3ML - Metal Large Tenor/Small
Durable silver plating process doesn't flake or chip
Machine Leak Tested
Reinforced post bases for durability
Specially-treated pads for superior seal
LLJ Hutchen Mark II instruments are the result of over fifteen years of research and design. Since our inception we've made improvements to our instrument line every year. The Mark II series is an evolutionary jump in quality, durability, and playability. Despite these advances in quality, our prices remain unmatched.