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I have a customers 1957 10M neck here, double socket, nickel plated key over the top. I need to see some examples to verify everything is right before I finish to send back. Can anyone help? I'm also still looking for a key for this.
 

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Doc,

I couldn't upload my pics for some reason but I sent them to your business [email protected] email instead. I'm pretty sure my horn is a 1957 vintage. Let me know if you need another view.

Dave
 

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Doc, look on Ebay. There are some Conn tenors of that vintage for auction and have pretty good pics of the neck(s).

John
 

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This is a double-socket neck, typical of the later Conn 10Ms. The 1960's 10M uses the same double-socket but moves to true underslung octave key, like the 6M.
 
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