Excellent condition Selmer “Super” bari sax from 1933. Two key guards were damaged, one of which were clanging against the key when pressed and so both were repaired. The clanging key guard is not actually original based on images I have seen of these palm F key guards – this customer has a poorly soldered wire cage style when I believe it was originally a ‘band'(?) style like many modern side F# key guards.
Additionally, the tenon is ovaled and finally binded inside of the socket to the point that the owner actually pulled the soldered joint apart between the neck and tenon.
Saxophone is back as of November 2017 for a setup. It was a fairly easy saxophone to set up well despite the hook mechanism that connects the F# combination key to the rest of the bottom stack. After setting up, the horn played well but not perfectly. The owner only asked me to go so far but I did a little bit of reshaping on the neck receiver and expanded/lapped the neck in. More could be done here to make it perfect.