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It has an engraving of a lady flapper from the 20′s and flowers all, down the bell, but on the web I have found that if it has that much engraving on it must be a New Wonder I, because of that.
The s/n puts at the very, very beginning of the series 2. Could it be a series I and could of Conn just added the nail file G# key.
COME, THOU FOUNT OF EVERY BLESSING is an arrangement for Alto Sax and Piano of a popular old hymn tune.
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My dad said you told him you only face them with a .073 tip opening when he called, but the top of the piece is stamped .090. Either way it plays beautifully with my unfiled 3M reeds, I’d just like to know for sure so I can know which reeds would match best with it. I posted my question on Vintage Conn saxophone Corner at https:// You can post right on the Facebook page if you like.
Most of my venues are medium sized halls and or open air situations ( not street busking)Back to my question Steve, Which neck from your stable of necks, do you feel would enhance my sound.
Evolution copper or gold laquared type your latest version has caught my eye and ear!
Answer:stop reading sax on the web……almost certainly, your horn is a New Wonder II…..quite a few of them were very elaborately engraved by the Stenberg brothers, who were Conn’s staff engravers in the 1920′s……send me some clear, detailed pictures to [email protected] I’ll tell you more after I see it re Power Pips for my Buescher True Tone alto circa 1927 i think or my Jupiter tenor…is it located at the octave hole or where? Thanks, Bob I have a Neck enhancer for my alto and O ring fell apart….a few years old..never used it Hey Steve!! Could you please send a picture, an estimate of how many pieces and range of sizes? Much obliged, Paul Firth Answer:sure……I’ll check it out and send you some pictures but you have to give me your email address….bought these when Conn closed their Nogales operation……I’m unaware of anyone who sells key cups…. It now goes match the sound of my buddy’s 1961 Mark VI.
I’ve been looking ALL OVER for some key cups for an instrument I’m making. then I came across this page on your website: Product Description If you’re having to make replacement keys from scratch, the cup is the part that you cannot fabricate without highly specialized and very expensive equipment. I picked up a used Super Dynaction tenor neck, but it appears the neck was pulled down then straightened again, but it flattens out at the bow where it fits into the horn. Thanks Steve for this great info., and will help a lot of our dynaction players.