Selmer Mark VI 178xxx

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Selmer Mark VI 178xxx

5,495.00

Selmer Mark VI alto #178xxx
No high F# key
Original lacquer has acquired a very unique copper patina.
This horn was originally shipped from Selmer London to Hong Kong as part of a special order.
I've just had it overhauled by my own tech who has done jobs for some of the best players in the world.
This was done with oversized brass resos and it has a huge sound. it has a mammoth sound and response with lots of colors and a wide dynamic range.

The neck may possibly have had some pulldown , impossible to say for sure as the only signs are the lacquer wear which by itself is not definitive. It feels smooth with no evidence of repair. Overall the horn is in exceptionally well cared for condition and is ready for serious use.

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