This seller has not set a shipping cost for Russian Federation. Please contact them to ask about shipping. This horn is a prime example of a golden era Conn serial xxx with rolled tone holes! This silver plated beauty is one of the rarest, most desirable Conn variants out of the whole fleet of Conns ever made. At the very end of the New Wonder II run and just prior to the official kick off of the 10m model the Conn saxophones under went tons of changes and experimenting.
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Beechler,  Ralph Morgan,  Runyon,  Aquilasax  and others. A search of high-quality manufacturers produced C melody saxophones including Buescher , C. Conn , Martin ,  King  and Selmer from through Most of these companies also manufactured "stencil" saxophones for other vendors under different names e. Production for C melody saxophones appears to have reached a yamaha around , with a gradual dating thereafter.
Conn Art Deco Transitional Chu Berry 10m 243xxx Silver Tenor Saxophone
While characterized by a shiny bell, intricate key work, neck and an S-shaped curvature, the saxophone has undergone countless design changes and innovations since Adolf Sax invented it in Over time, many manufacturers have developed their own take on the instrument, and some have proven to be important to the development of the instrument and the music that followed. Below are 10 of the most important saxophone models in its year history, as well as the famous saxophonists who played them. Conn is one of the oldest instrument manufacturers in the United States and first tried its hand at saxophone production in in Elkhart, Indiana. These horns featured rolled tone holes, low-B and Bb keys on the inside of the bell, previously they were split on different sides, an enlarged pinky spatula for better facility and the underslung octave key.
These were the most eloborate Conn saxophones ever made with extravagant engraving and full pearl touches. Conn Connquerer was only made as alto and tenor saxes and is most related in design to the early 6M and 10M. Despite purchasing all of the assets of the Adolphe Sax Company in , Selmer did not start selling saxophones bearing the Adolphe Sax name until The last Adolphe Sax saxophone recorded in the Selmer Paris archives was sold in