5 years ago#1
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What is a good selling price for a used Selmer Bundy II alto saxophone? There is an engraved number on it which is 1017316. Thanx

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5 years ago#2
Dan
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It depends. there are a few factors involved when determining selling price. What's the condition of the instrument? What accessories does it come with? And not to mention opportunity costs. I have a Selmer Bundy II and Selmer AS300. They are both in excellent condition and should fetch between $250.00 to $500.00. Remember that the Bundy II is a student horn and is usually purchased by beginners.

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4 years ago#3
nikki
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how much would a selmer bundy II alto saxophone go for if its not in the best condition and it comes with a case. the serial number is 1082170. and if you can tell me any information on it that would be great. i think its a 1963?

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4 years ago#4
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What is your definition of "not so good condition". That is very subjective. If by that you mean it needs a repad, dent work, keywork adjustment or repair, that can devalue it quite a bit.

These aren't valued very highly in the best of condition. Any major amount needed to get it up and working fully can put one upside down monetarily very quickly.

If it is operable, but simply has some wear to the lacquer or other minor cosmetic wear and tear issues, I would suggest a price in the $200 to $300 range.

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3 years ago#5
Jake
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I recently came across a Bundy saxophone. I know that it is an alto, and is in fairly good condition (pads all seem to be in good shape, but could probably use a good cleaning). It is in a case, but I don't really know much about saxophones or woodwinds in general, and I just wanted to know what kind of price I should ask for in selling it. Its serial number is 585572, which I think puts it somewhere between 1979 and 1975, but that is about all I know. I appreciate any advice you can give me about how much to ask and a good place to try to sell it to.

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3 years ago#6
Heather
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Hello. The sax needs to be refurbushed. Kind of rough. I am going to go look at a Selmer today that is in excellent conditon said hed take $700 for it. I know nothing about instruments. Never played one. My daughter is 13 played iano and now is playing sax.

thanks

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3 years ago#7
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Heather,

I'm assuming that you mean a Selmer USA Bundy. $700 is WAY too much for such a beast, and I would suggest that you pay no more than $400 for an example in excellent condition and needing very little to no work to play perfectly.

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3 years ago#8
New to Sax
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I am brand new to saxophones (I am a drummer). My wife is switching from clarinet, so this was a good introduction into the sax world. I went back and forth between the Yamaha YAS-21, YAS-23, and Bundy II. I found that the Bundy could be had a better price. (though the Yamaha had very good feedback for a student model)

So, I just purchased a Bundy II sax on Ebay with the following details:

This is a fine condition Selmer / Bundy II Alto Saxophone with original neck and hard shell case. Overall, finish is in great condition. The saxophone comes with Precision mouthpiece, mouthpiece cover, neck cap, 2 cleaning brushes, 7 reeds, reed holder, 3 containers of cork grease, neck strap, and original hard case.
Sax Serial # 881890

My winning price was $286. After shipping (to Europe), I will end up spending $340. I think with shipping this is the highest I have seen for these with a lot of research.

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2 years ago#9
Mario
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with shipping included to LANSING

I will pay you $ 200 cash

write me back if your interested

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2 years ago#10
Yitzak
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i have a Selmer Bundy II that i'm selling. I'm selling it with the case, 11 unused Rico 1&1/2 reeds, 2 cleaning pipes, a mouthpiece cover and a neckstrap. what should my asking price be with all these accessories?

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2 years ago#11
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This is the minimum information that must be provided for a monetary evaluation:

1. Good photos of the entire horn, back and front.
2. A thorough listing of any and all markings, serial numbers, make/model names etc. stamped or engraved on the instrument.
3. Any anecdotal history of the instrument in question that might be available (Such as "my grandfather bought it in NY, NY in 1940 I'm told" etc.)

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5 months ago#12
David G
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Hello, I am also trying to sell my Bundy alto Saxophone. I used it as an elementary student for Band class, and a little for things like church, but I haven't really used it much (less than 5 times) in the past 7 years. Now that I'm moving I'm deciding it's time to sell it, but I also have no idea how much it's worth. If you could also give me some idea of how much it's worth, that would be amazing! I'm attaching pictures of everywhere that there seemed to be wear and tear, but all the pads work great, they don't leak air when playing, or stick when pushed down. It stays in tune pretty well. It comes with a fuzzy stick that stays inside when in the case, all the necessary parts including mouthpiece and reed tightener, neck piece, neck strap with a nice comfy cushion, reeds, and plenty of reed holders. The sax is in good condition, as I said it stays in tune, there are no dents or dings in it, just scratches on the finish; the bell is still in a circle. Also, the cork on the neck piece is starting to wear toward the back. I took a picture of this. I'm also including a little microphone that you attach to the saxophone that has a 1/4 in output so that you can plug it into an amp or sound system if you're playing with a band or in a larger auditorium or something; it works great and sounds good too.

The serial number is 711689. That's all the information I know about it.

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5 months ago#13
secondhandsaxes
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hello there...probably worth around $200-250...
cheers,philip

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