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by crankshaft
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4 years ago

older Vitos

I am thinking of buying a pre Yamaha tenor Vito sax. I have a Beaugnier built French Vito alto and love it. I'm now looking to buy a Vito tenor of the same vintage. While trying to research the serial number (N114***) I could not find when or who made it. I found plenty of Beaugnier era serial numbers without the N prefix and the Tiwaneese era serial numbers but all I find on the N prefix is that it existed but nothing else. Does anyone have any info on these.

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  1. by like2short
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    5 months ago

    Re: older Vitos

    The N probably stands for Nogales Arizona where Vito had some horns made.   Get a Vito or Noblet with the made in France stamp.

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