Sales & Wants
cornet in Lacquer YCR2310 11 SN57332 Mint condition, apart from slight
plating area wear on third valve.
Action 80 Series II Soprano Sax
I have a Windsor
Tenor Banjo circa 1929 for sale in good condition with case
11/02/18 - For Sale (Price reduced)
1) Pilgrim tenor
banjo 19 fret ( brand new in 2016) tubaphone type tonering - dual co
ordinator rods & truss rod, maple construction, planetry tuners c/w
quality plush lined hard case All in very good condition £700 o. v. o.
Photos available from me direct or on "www.preloved.co.uk"
For Sale: Framus
Guitar in its original build, bought in 1958, one owner (me), in very
good condition, plays beautifully –soft mellow tone, and in an excellent
I have a P.
Mauriat 'Special Hand Made' System 76 straight Soprano Sax for sale.
Gold Lacquer finish, Abalone finished key touches. Beautiful! A big warm
sound. Used on three occasions only so in close to pristine 'shop'
condition. No mouthpiece. Comes in its original custom case. Never
'raced or rallied' or gigged. Offers over £1700. A big saving on the new
09/10/17 - Malcolm Hogarth has sent this email -
Brian Dawson, the drummer in Jazz Rag, asked if I would put the
following item up for sale on Jazz Northwest:
Graham Martindale is a New Orleans style drummer who in the past has played with a number of UK bands including the French Quarter and New Orleans Express and is now resident in France. He has a collection of 300+ CDs from the time they first came out and his collection contains many CDs which are no longer available. This is therefore an opportunity to fill gaps in your collection. Whilst his main interest is centred on the revivalist era his collection also includes some classic jazz and blues. Brian Legan (Savoy Jazzmen and Silver Bell Bands), is selling the collection on his behalf and you can see the list and details of how to buy them by clicking here. The list will be regularly updated, so first come first served.
What remains of my collection of jazz 78's is now for sale; Check out the details here - Graham Martindale.