From the archive: Buffet Crampon S1

1979 How is it possible that Buffet sold so few saxophones, and therefore built them? If you look at the quality of build, the sound and the intonation, then all top models from the 1930s are among the best in the world. And they aren't that ridiculously expensive. This has received major maintenance from me, the pads really do not need to be replaced in the next 5 years. It has been re-corked, which is more reliable. This blows easily and has a nice big sound. Slightly warmer than the average Selmer.

Price: SOLD

Brand: Buffet Crampon

Category: Alto


224 alto, 160 tenor, 51 soprano, and 24 baritone saxophones across 45 brands