A great classic Buescher alto from 1929 sporting a very old and very cool darkened lacquer finish. Most folks think of these instruments as great classic jazz horns (and they are) but forget that they are also fine classical instruments. Sigurd Rascher, one of the fathers of classical saxophone, insisted on playing Buescher True Tones and Aristocrats exclusively throughout his career. What the keywork lacks in modern sophistication, the instrument more than makes up for in resonance and sound. These really purr and vibrate in your hands when they are set up properly.
This instrument is not currently playable and will need an overhaul to truly shine. Make an appointment to come by and discuss an overhaul to your specifications. Lets bring this one back to life together!