Each used Saxophone we sell is thoroughly checked over and set-up in our workshop prior to sale. This ensures you will receive the instrument in excellent mechanical order and with our 6-month workshop warranty. We assess and check each Saxophone carefully before even taking it into our second hand instrument stock. We select models from respected brands and that we know our workshop team can support throughout the next life of the instrument.
How to Buy
We offer various ways of obtaining a quality pre-owned Saxophone:
Order Online: All of our used Saxophones are listed here on the website, and the stock levels are live. They can be ordered via the site and you can try it at home for 14 days to make sure you’re happy. If not, we can arrange a collection and refund you 100% of the instrument cost, no questions asked.
Visit In Store You can use our bookings system to pre-arrange a time & testing space to try out any instrument in store. You will have the time and space to test and compare the Saxophone to your own or any others we stock. Our team will also be on hand to assist.
How to choose
We know it can seem overwhelming with a range of various makes and models on the market, but this is our speciality. We’ve been helping customers select the right instrument since 1966 and our award-winning team are on hand to guide you through the process from trying to buying. We can discuss your current set-up and advise on the best options for you.
Value vs New
We’re often asked about the value of second hand Saxophones and how much they cost compared to new models. It does vary depending on the make, model, rarity, condition and more. We monitor the market prices and keep our prices competitive whilst offering huge amounts of support and reassurance with our pre-sale and after-sale service.
Is it safe to buy second hand?
Absolutely, if you are buying from a specialist Wind & Brass retailer who offer the correct amount of support. Our pre-sale instrument checks and servicing ensures you can buy a second hand Saxophone in safety and confidence. Instruments are complicated pieces of equipment so buying ‘blind’ is not something we would recommend. Deal with a specialist supplier to ensure what you’re buying has been correctly assessed and prepared before sale.