4 years ago#1
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how do i find a serial numbers list for a Bundy II tenor saxophone to determine date of manufacture

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4 years ago#2
Average Joe
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Here is one source of late Buescher and Bundy serial numbers:
http://www.musictrader.com/buescher.html

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4 years ago#3
Stevoreeno
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...Unless it's a Selmer Bundy II, in which case, to be quite honest, it doesn't really matter WHAT the serial number is... Haw...

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4 years ago#4
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Gotta agree with Steve. That about sums up my opinion of the Bundy line, save for the rare, 1940's Leo Bundy horns.

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4 years ago#5
Stevoreeno
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True dat, Mike. And also the so-called "Bundy Special" which is really a fine German Keilwerth in disguise.

In fact, I'm on a 1982 Couf Superba-I tenor now that is also a Keilwerth Toneking Special clone. My 10M got moved to a backup role, so you know that Couf is a real butt kicker.

But if you have a Bundy II and it plays, that's cool. Probably from the late 60's or 70's. Not historic and not valuable, but if it plays, and you're playing it, that's what matters!

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