Well, here's something you don't see every day. A brand new Selmer Mark Vi alto saxophone.
In the mid 1970s, Selmer finally said goodbye to their wildy successful and popular Mark Vi model.Though subsequent instruments have been fine horns, none has managed to recapture the gestalt that made the Mark VI what it is-the world's most ppopular saxophone.
When they discontinued these instruments, one forward-looking person put one in his closet for 40+ years until we came along.
Shown here in the original plastic, this saxophone has never to our knowledge been played and is one of only a handful of these horns that can still be called 'new'.