From the archive: Leblanc Georges - Semi-Rationnel

Looking for a rare saxophone with unique features? See here a real LeBlanc Semi-Rationnel from 1960, with original case. Reconditioned by us and in very good condition. A French saxophone like no other… This LeBlanc Semi-Rationnel tenor saxophone is a visible experiment from the world of artisanal saxophone builders in Paris. The valve system is a creation of Leon Leblanc, Georges Leblanc and Charles Houvenaghel. They developed a unique but complex valve system. The mechanics are very special and interesting, with numerous adjusting screws in the valve work and extra valves and shafts. The sound can be described as warm, full and dark. The original paint is in very good condition, in fact as good as new. The fantastic looking original case is also just as neat as the sax itself. Muziekcentrum van Gorp has a unique collection of second-hand wind instruments, including many used soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones. In addition to vintage models, our used car range also includes modern instruments as good as new. Established brands in our collection include Conn, Buescher, Selmer, King and Keilwerth. All second-hand instruments are professionally checked before sale and, if necessary, completely overhauled in our own workshop. Checking saxophones means that the keys are adjusted, the shafts oiled, the pads cleaned and that the instrument is played all the way through. In case of overhaul, the saxophone is completely disassembled and rebuilt, with new pads and corks. That is why we offer a standard 1 year warranty and 1 year free service and maintenance on our used saxophones, just like on our new saxophones. With an occasion saxophone from Van Gorp you know for sure that you are in the right place! Of course, our occasion saxophones can be tested in our store without obligation. Our employees are happy to give you expert advice when selecting an instrument.

Price: SOLD

Brand: LeBlanc

Category: Tenor

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