Featured Items

Welcome to the section of our web site where we showcase some of the more notable instruments in our collection. Each featured instrument has its own gallery of high-quality pictures so that you can get a really good look at some rare and beautiful items.

Keep an eye on this section, since the instruments featured in this section will be rotated periodically. As the section grows, we will also included historical/background information about the instruments as well.



A beautiful and rare instrument, with characteristic styling and craftsmanship that has rarely been equalled since. Case, 12C mouthpiece and cleaning kit (snake, spray bottle, bottle of slide cream) included with purchase. Call for price info.

The gem of our trumpet collection, an instrument from the last generation of Bach Stradivarius trumpets produced in Mount Vernon, NY before the move to Elkhart, IN. This trumpet is in near-mint condition (99% original lacquer). Comes with original case and a cleaning kit. Call for price info.

George Braith, the inventor of the Braithophone, an instrument that blends two saxophones (soprano and alto), is a legend in the field of modern progressive jazz. The gold-plated soprano featured here is one of the first generation of instruments George Braith has produced for his Braithophone brand. It is available as a standalone Soprano and also serves as the Soprano component of the Sopralto Braithophone. Call or email for price info.

There are few instruments considered to be as fine as a Buffet-Crampon clarinet, and even fewer examples of a Buffet-Crampon clarinet as fine as this fully overhauled 1937 Buffet-Crampon bass clarinet keyed to low C. Call for price info!

The class of the Conn saxophone line.

Beautifully preserved Selmer alto clarinet, with vintage Selmer ebonite mouthpiece.

Made in West Germany exclusively for Armstrong by Julius Keilwerth Musical Instruments.