Remember Me? What’s New? Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 20 of Thread: Conn Sax Serial number. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Conn Sax Serial number Hello All! I am Kuya Earl I am new to this forum and I would like to know if anybody can tell me what is the model of this serial number? I know it is a Conn N I have always wanted to learn how to play and I am looking to buy a good used one rather than buy a brand new piece of junk. Thank you for the help. Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements.
Conn-O-Sax for solo alto-saxophone. In the near future other pieces are planned, namely for marimba, flute and bassoon. The main feature of this cycle is the extreme level of virtuosity required to the player, be it by the use of extended techniques amongst the most modern for each instrument such as extreme registers, quarter-tones, flatterzunge , multiphonics, etc … , or the endurance needed for the performance.
Over the next few years, features would be introduced to Conn’s saxophone line These horns all appear within a few hundred serial numbers of each other.
Both Paul and Brian are fellow Conn lovers, and this article would not have been possible without their help. Because I have left most of what Paul wrote intact with only minor editing, I have put his name next to sections for which he is mainly responsible. Some information may repeat between what I wrote and what he wrote, but trust me there is a ton of information here and the read is worth it if you are interested in Conn transitional altos! You really should click this photo and check it out in full resolution, maybe even make it your wallpaper.
These transitional 6M saxophones can have a wide variety of features, in general evolving over time from configurations that are mostly identical to New Wonder Series II configurations to configurations that are almost identical to the eventual 6M model of that remained mostly unchanged until , when the rolled toneholes were discontinued. For altos, the serial number range of the transitional horns is roughly , to , give or take a few- which means from roughly to The bell keys switch from a split bell key design to left-hand design at about ,xxx.
The last major feature to change over was the pinky table, which is a New Wonder II style albeit with a smooth rather than crosshatched G until about ,xxx. At about the same time, the forked Eb trill disappears, and by the ,xxx serial number range the 6M design is fairly complete. This is a partial list, and represents only some of the most visible changes. All in all, by the end of the transition it was a completely different saxophone.
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Conn Saxophone Serial Number Listings. Note: From , the prefix number plus 50 gives you the year of manufacture. Date.
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Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. The AS alto saxophone key design allows for correct and comfortable hand position. The yellow brass body includes ribbed construction and a detachable, reinforced body-to-bow connection for added strength and durability.
Prelude bore design enhances projection.
The early s saw regular production of saxophones commence at Conn and classical compositions and arrangements for the SATB instrumentation dating.
The main thing you learn from serial numbers is the age of the instrument of course. Although the dates in these charts are reasonably accurate, there may be some discrepancies for various reasons. Here are a few things to bear in mind:. When advertising an instrument for sale, you will often see the serial number referred to as 36xxxx.
It is rumoured that there is a scam, by which somebody who acquires your serial number can then claim the instrument is theirs. This may just be paranoia as I have never heard of this happening, nor can I understand how it could happen. Ideally you should have a record of the serial number with your sales receipt and won your insurance details.
A serial number can of course be used to identify a stolen instrument.
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Military band family:. The C melody saxophone is a saxophone pitched in the key of C, one whole step above the B-flat tenor saxophone. In the UK it is sometimes referred to as a “C tenor”, and in France as a “tenor en ut”. The C melody was part of the series of saxophones pitched in C and F intended by the instrument’s inventor, Adolphe Sax , for orchestral use. The instrument enjoyed popularity in the early s, perhaps most prominently used by Rudy Wiedoeft and Frankie Trumbauer , but is now uncommon.
A C melody saxophone is larger than an alto and smaller than a tenor. The bore on most models has a diameter and taper more like a ‘stretched’ alto than a tenor. When seen in profile, its shape bears some resemblance to a tenor saxophone, though it is smaller and the bell appears longer. Most C melody saxophones have curved necks with a similar shape to that of the tenor saxophone though C.
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So be careful with the late Conn sax serial numbers. The letter “P” on old Conn stencils and second line saxes means that the sax was made in.
A top-of-the-range pro horn from the s that maintains its status even today Of all the vintage saxes that come through the workshop, the 10M and its alto counterpart, the 6M ‘underslung really ‘does it for me’. I freely admit to being a fan of modern instruments – I like the slickness of the action, the free blowing feel, the relative neutrality of tone – something which many vintage horns lack.
This is no bad thing, if what they lack are the things you don’t much like in modern horns, but the 10M excels in that it combines the best of both worlds. It’s also known as the Ladyface, due to a portrait of a woman’s head engraved on the bell. Later models were more ‘extensively engraved’, which led to its other nickname Rumour has it that the more of the lady you can see, the better the model The build quality of these horns is generally excellent. They were made in a time when accountants were where they belonged – out in a back office filling out payslips and adding up petty cash receipts.
This left the craftsmen and women to get on with the job in hand, which is why a well cared for 10M is every bit as good today as it was when it was built. The design is relatively simply by today’s standards, with few of the features you’d expect to find on a top-flight horn.