U Saxy Thang

I’ve had the recent opportunity to work on two saxophones for some great players in “Pershing’s Own” Army Band. The first one, a Silver-plated Selmer Super Action 80 Series II Alto, came in for a complete rebuild. This included leveling the tone holes, repairing dent work, swedging the keys, replacing pads and corks, and refitting the neck tenon.

Selmer Super Action 80 Series 2 Alto Sax

Selmer Super Action 80 Series II Alto Sax

Deconstructed Selmer Alto Sax

Deconstructed Selmer Alto Sax

Selmer Overhauled

Selmer Overhauled

The second one was a Selmer Super Action 80 Series II Baritone Sax. It had a severe bend in the body and needed a total work-over. It’s always great to work on quality instruments that are being played by professionals who appreciate the outcome.

Deconstructed Baritone Sax

Deconstructed Baritone Sax

Rebuilt Selmer Super Action 80 Series II Baritone Sax

Rebuilt Selmer Super Action 80 Series II Baritone Sax

About randyjmueller

Sr. Instrument Repair technician
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One Response to U Saxy Thang

  1. Pam says:

    Gorgeous. What kudos that sax players of that level came to you!
    Pam

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