1940's Dolnet Bel Air Tenor

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1940's Dolnet Bel Air Tenor

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Dolnet Bel Air Tenor. #33,xxx from the late 1940's, serial number charts do not exist for these horns. Its a distinctive looking and playing horn with a warm smoky feel all its own. Incredibly distinctive styling contribute to a wonderful and very underrated instrument. Not as powerful as a Selmer but with far more richness and character than saxophones being made today.

Hear it played by pro Doug James in the video

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