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I am a student in the marching band and this year I got the position of administrative assistant. While I was doing inventory of and play testing school tenors, I came across a vintage Conn 10M with no dings and about 90% original lacquer. It was the only one that wasn't in need of repairs, but the case it is in is nearly shattered. It's a great horn and the band director understands. He has tasked me with finding a case. It will be a school horn, so I want to get a hard case as opposed to a ProTec or a gig bag. What would be a good case at a good price that would fit it snugly?
 

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get one of those calzone anvil tank cases.

alternatively, sell the horn and the school can buy like 5 chinese horns. in different colors!
 

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But make sure that whatever case is recommended to you that you are inclined to buy, that it will accomodate the lower key guards on the left side of the sax, not all on the right, like modern saxes.
 
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