Dolnet Studium Alto Saxophone with New Case - Raw Brass

Restored to excellent playing condition, this Dolnet Studium Alto Sax would be ideal for a beginner or a collector. I'm not sure of the date of manufacture, but I would put it between 1970 and 1980. I has been lovingly cleaned and restored with new pads, felts, corks etc., and left unpolished to retain as much character as possible. (I think this sax was originally laquered, but has mostly worn off over the years). It has a mixture of modern and vintage styling, modern-ish key work but with in-line tone holes. All registers have good intonation and well projected sound. Please see the video I made of me playing it to get a flavour of the sound (BTW, trombone is my first instrument as a musician!)

The body integrity is very good and there are only some very minor dings. The pictures were taken just after I made the video and are an honest representation. I would not sell an instrument that I wouldn't take on a gig of my own.

This instrument comes with a neck plug made from cork and a new case only. For beginners you will need a mouthpiece, reeds, a sling, cork grease and cleaning swabs. It will be well packed for shipping via courier.

Thanks for having a look and have a nice day!

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Listed3 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • Studium
  • Brass
  • c1975

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