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Selmer products exclusively come from factories in France.

At the moment we have 174 Selmer products in our product range - 142 of them are available in stock . We've had Selmer products in our range since 1996.

At the moment you can find a total of 2617 media, tests and reviews on Selmer products - among them the following 1278 product images, 96 different 360 panoramic views, 78 sound samples and 1165 costumers' product reviews.

A total of 60 Selmer products are top sellers at Thomann at the moment, amongst others in the following categories Alto Saxophone Mouthpieces, Tenor Saxophones, Saxophone Necks, Other Clarinets (Boehm), Ligatures and Caps, Alto Saxophones and Eb Clarinets (Boehm).

The absolute Selmer best seller is the following product Selmer Alto Sax S80 C*. This item has been sold more than 3.000 times.

The manufacturer grants a 2 warranty on all Selmer products. We extend this and offer a total 3-Year Warranty to our customers.

Selmer equipment is used by many famous musicians amongst them are the following Klaus Doldinger, John Coltrane, Vincent David, Michael Brecker, Guy Touvron, Claude Delangle, Chen Halevi, Daniel Gauthier, Louis Armstrong and Peter Materna.

We also offer our 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee for Selmer products, a 3-year warranty, and many additional services such as qualified product specialists, an on-site service department and much more.

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Selmer Reference 36 Tenor Sax SE-TR36
Selmer Reference 36 Tenor Sax SE-TR36
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A great saxophone. My only criticisms are that the metal is a bit soft and it doesn't produce the 'vintage' sound that Selmer's advertising suggests. It has a great, fat, but modern sound.
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