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« on: Oct 09, 2017, 02:33PM »

I imagine most of you have seen these Conn items before but I thought I would post them for anyone that has not seen them. As a kid,I spent quite a bit of time looking through both of them at my dad's music store. I have one of the product manuals but I lost the "Album of Stars" years ago.  Enjoy!

https://www.saxophone.org/museum/publications/id/255

https://www.saxophone.org/museum/publications/id/256

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« Reply #1 on: Oct 12, 2017, 01:14PM »

I imagine most of you have seen these Conn items before but I thought I would post them for anyone that has not seen them. As a kid,I spent quite a bit of time looking through both of them at my dad's music store. I have one of the product manuals but I lost the "Album of Stars" years ago.  Enjoy!

https://www.saxophone.org/museum/publications/id/255

https://www.saxophone.org/museum/publications/id/256

Bob

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« Reply #2 on: Oct 15, 2017, 04:56PM »

I have a Conn Catalog from 1927. My grandfather whom I never met, went to the factory and bought a set of saxophones. The only thing left is the tenor, and a Lyon and Healy Soprano. It is a cool think to look at, with some pictures of the factory etc.
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« Reply #3 on: Oct 15, 2017, 07:01PM »

When is that from? Apparently their only bass at the time was the 72H. So before the "new" TiS models came out.
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