Conn 10M Tenor Saxophone #266,XXX
Circa 1935 with rolled tone holes. This horn has been re-lacquered, but retains the great tone quality of the "golden era" of the Conn saxophones.
C Melody Saxophone
Conn C Melody Saxophone #103,XXX
Circa 1923, in fantastic original condition! Comes with original Conn C Melody mouthpiece and ligature.
Conn Director 16M Tenor Saxophone #892,XXX
Freshly overhauled Conn Director 16M tenor saxophone, commonly called the "Shooting Star," manufactured in the 1970's. This is a great intermediate level saxophone, and it is set up and ready to play!
Conn Director Bb Clarinet #745,XXX
Overhauled and in great shape!
Conn New Wonder Silver Plated Baritone Saxophone
More pictures coming soon! Circa 1925
Conn New Wonder Transitional Tenor Saxophone #243,XXX
Circa 1930. Anyone with any preconceived notions about re-lacquered horns being sub-par needs to play this tenor right away! This "New Wonder Transitional" Conn features an excellent dark, responsive tone and is also beautiful to look at with it's rare art deco engraving!
Conn New Wonder Transitional Tenor Saxophone #257,XXX
Circa 1933. Original lacquer with rolled tone holes, original metal resonators and 10M engraving. If you are looking for a great vintage horn on a budget, this is the one! Features a fantastic dark, vintage sound with excellent response.
Conn Transitional 6M Alto Saxophone #259,XXX
85% Original lacquer remaining, with rolled tone holes and double-socket neck with micro tuner. It is a transitional between a "New Wonder" and "Artist" series, but has all the characteristics of the 6M including the "Naked Lady" engraving. Circa 1933, this horn is in fantastic shape for its age.One thing to note is that the signature "Gordon Ho...
Used Conn New Wonder Series II "Chu Berry" Alto Saxophone
Circa 1927, this Conn "Chu Berry" alto has just been overhauled and is ready to go! Silver plated with gold wash bell.
Vintage Conn Standard Steelay Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece #5
Beautiful rare vintage Conn Standard Steelay mouthpiece. Large chamber, #5 opening.Conn's introductory description in their 1938 catalog reads as follows: "For acoustically perfect musical results, sweet tonal coloring, and fine intonation, the CONN STEELAY reed mouthpieces are the choice of the finest artists. They are hand-cut and hand-finishe...