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  1. Sax vs. Sax, Mpc vs. Mpc, etc.
    Hi, I think about buying a vintage Tenor-Saxophone. I would prefer a warm, smooth and dark sound. What's your opinion about these: Buescher Aristocrat Series I, Conn Chu Berry (especially those two: Conn and Buescher) Keilwerth Toneking LeBlanc (i.e. this one...
  2. Conn
    Got this beauty three days ago. It will take some time to "travel" from my daily Mark 6 routine to the ergonomics of the Conn. Furthermore, everything from mouthpiece to reed feels and sounds different. I have played Marlene (yes, that's her name) for two hours now, and the Otto Link NY Double...
  3. Conn
    I recently acquired a Conn NW II alto. It seems to be the silver plate with the gold wash bell. It plays beautifully! I love the tone, and I'm really impressed with the intonation... Please check out the photos and let me know if you think it has been re-lacquered. Anyone have any idea how...
  4. Advice on Buying or Selling a Saxophone
    Hi SOTW, I'm new and I made an account just so I can get some advice on how I should be pricing my late father's saxophones. I don't play nor do I know much about saxophones until recently from what I've found by doing research. From what I've read on this forum, this community might be the...
  5. Cases
    I am sure this post has been on the site already but I can not find it. What is a good modern Case for a Conn Chu Berry (New wonder II) straight I own the original but it is falling apart fast and don't really like how the horn sits in it. also My Conn does not have the large thumb ring but has...
  6. Conn
    I recently unearthed a very interesting old 16mm film reel that has footage of the C.G. Conn factory in 1937. To my knowledge, this is the earliest known film footage showing the interior of the Conn factory. It highlights the process of manufacture of the vocabell brass and shows some of the...
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