From the archive: Sml Gold Medal (Mk2)

General description : SML made high-quality saxophones and they are still sought after. The Gold Medal is their top-of-the-line model and a true competitor to the Selmer MK6. Heres some info found online : At approximately s/n 202xx, the Gold Medal horns were different from the first batch in one significant way: they were ONLY available with straight tone holes. This model was available until SML stopped saxophone production in 1981 or so -- around serial number 26xxx or 27xxx. At about 26xxx the engraving changed on these horns and no longer featured "Gold Medal".This seems to be correct: this horn has no `Gold Medal` engraved on the bell anymore and is definitely one of the last ones ever produced.Condition : Overhauled by previous owner in 2021 and hardly played after the overhaul. The pads are in new condition! The sax has no repairs or dents, only a couple of tiny dings. The silver plating has normal wear on the usual points. The original neck is in great condition, without dents or pulldown.Warranty : as-is condition : no warranty.Level : professional.Body : Silver plated.Condition : Very good condition.Visual : a couple of minor dings only.Repairs : None .Engraving : Standard SML engraving, no Gold Medal indication.Keywork : Silver plated keywork.Condition : Normal plating wear.Pads : New condition.Neck : Original neck.Condition : No damage, no pulldown. Silver wear as usual.Case : Older case. Probably not original.Case condition : Good usable condition. Interior needs some work.History : From Dutch orchestra (first owner).

Price: SOLD

Brand: SML

Category: Tenor


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