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Bassic Sax

23.01.2021, 11:59


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The DAyton Band Instrument COmpany of Dayton, Ohio, sold its own brand of saxophones under the label of DABICO. All DABICO saxophones were stencils, and a variety of companies supplied the saxophones for them. For example, some DABICO horns were made by Pierret, while others were made by Hammerschmidt.
Alto Serial # ?, Alto Serial # ?, Tenor Serial # ?
Genton (13)
Alto Serial # ?
HĂĽttl (56)
Alto Serial # ?, De Luxe
Alto Serial # ?
Lipson (3)
Alto Serial # ?, Tenor Serial #: ?
Silvertone (79)
Silvertone was the stencil name that was sold by Sears Roebuck during the first half of the 20th century. Usually the Silvertone saxophones were made by American horn makers like Buescher.

The Silvertone saxophones do not have the same round thumb screw that fastens neck in the socket, that the rest of the Hammerschmidts do. These horns have convetional neck fastening screws instead.

Alto 0498, Alto 06XX, Alto Serial # ?, Alto Serial 0602, Tenor 0281, Tenor 0413, Tenor 0471, Tenor Serial # ?, Tenor Serial #?
Velvetone (18)
Alto 01615, Alto Serial # ?

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