Begin your exploration of the wonderful world of music with a new Bundy instrument. I click on the link, and then suddenly I realize, I already know how to play the saxophone, and don’t need to buy a Bundy…again…My parents got me mine in around…well let’s see…sometime when the original Charlie’s Angels was on the air… OK, so I’m on the Woodwind and Brasswind website now, and looking at the new saxophones, might as well, I’m here now.Selmer’s US-made Bundy instruments are not well regarded [they are not pro-model horns].
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So for a period of nearly 60 years, Bundy was a name synonymous with student model saxophones.
Depending on your age, and the age of the saxophone you or your band-mate might have played, the Bundy you remember might look something like this…
This instrument is in excellent condition having been relacquered – while still preserving the beautiful engraving.
It has also had a total overhaul – pads, cork and springs have been replaced. Comes complete with Yamaha 6c mouthpiece and Rovner 1RL dark ligature and cap. The other thing Ralph mentions in his post is that he redesigned the left hand pinkie cluster on the Bundy IIs.