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Conn NWII Alto Sax 1928 - Gold Plate
Used – Non Functioning
$1,000

***SAM ASH IS CURRENTLY LIQUIDATING INVENTORY. ORDERS MAY BE FULFILLED FROM ANOTHER LOCATION OR BE UNAVAILABLE AT THE TIME OF PURCHASE.***

This saxophone is considered non-functioning, being sold as is. The instrument needs a complete clean and overhaul. Needs to be brought to general playing condition and needs a polishing. Octave key is bent and keys need adjustments. Keys in between are dirty and needs to be cleaned. The bottom of the bell has some very minor scratches. Comes in the original hard shell. No mouthpiece is included. The Conn New Wonder Series II were a big part of Conn's product line. New Wonder horns were made in the early 1920s and are made with high quality materials at an affordable cost. This particular horn was made around 1926. The tone on these horns are fat, rich and wide and is one of the most powerful sounding horns on the market. Perfect for any vintage collector looking to put in the work.
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Listed3 months ago
ConditionNon Functioning (Used)
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  • New Wonder
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Sam Ash Music

Hicksville, NY, United States
Sales:126,258
Joined Reverb:2014

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