1965 Selmer Mark VI. This horn speaks for itself. When I took the photos for this horn I wanted to show a lot of good close ups of the pad work. The horn is already beautiful, aside from the hand polishing of the body and key work, I didn't give this horn its beauty. But I did give it its current set up, and a close inspection of the pad work will tell you what kind of job I did. Good clean pad work with flat clearly defined seats are the goal, and it makes the difference between a horn that feels mushy and responds poorly and one that feels crisp under the fingers and responds so easily the player can relax into expressing themselves.