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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackForestHorn View Post
    time for an update:

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    You sure have a fantastic line up there, sir. Which horn is your favorite?
    I have been considering the Siebold Heritage too. There is very little about it on the web though.
    How do you like it on the Conns? Also compared to the STM? Do you happen to have sound samples of the Heritage?
    Conn 10M #272XXX - Allen 10E, Allen 20TD, Brilhart Ebolin, White Brilhart Streamline 7*, Dukoff D9 Miami
    depending on the weather and the mood and the situation.
    Conn New Wonder #144XXX tenor - Otto Link Tone Master

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    Conn 12M from 1936
    i don't remember the brand of the pads, but they are high quality ones with metal resonators.
    it has a custom front F key (originally came without), made by a great saxophone technician from Italy, Roberto Balassone.
    I use an Ed Pillinger mouthpiece; model R 9*, with vandoren zz 3 or 3½.

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    Time to join up.

    Silver New Wonder Transitional baritone 251XXX, early '30s.

    Erik Greiffenagen/Yanagisawa double chamber 0.115, which is the only mouthpiece I have (or need) that works on this horn. I should probably send Erik my old Tone Edge so as to have a backup.

    Jazz Select 2H or Legere Sig #2 or 2.25

    This horn has the US Quarter Master Corps engraving, and a double socket neck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    What is/are your vintage Conn Setup(s)? 1937 10M

    Finish? More or less 100% Lacquer. Tech thinks it's original.

    Pads & Resonators? Original pads except for a couple that had to be replaced

    Mouthpiece(s)? Lamberson J7 HR

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    Update:
    Recently added a sibling of the same vintage, a 6M VIII

    Finish? Lacquer.

    Pads & Resonators? It came with plastic Selmer style resos and standard pads.

    Mouthpiece(s)? Lamberson Fmaj7

    Just played it last night. Plays great!
    Ken

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    Conn chu alto - 223xxx
    Navarro Maestra 6*

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    285XXX 10 M Dukoff Hollywood 0.95 mp FL #3 reeds Silverstein lig

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    273XXX tranny alto
    Brilhart Carlsbad Tonalin opened to 0.076 by E. Greiffenhagen
    FL ultimate ligature
    Vandoren Red 2.5 or Daddario Jazz Select 2M

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    1923 Conn NW series 1 Tenor Madness brass reso's, nice pads, a custom smaller chamber metal berg copy handcrafted (great chamber work) / 1949 Conn Connstellation Alto, Meyer Bros NY small chamber. C. Watt set up on tenor and Claudio set up on alto, both westcoast Canada finest repairmen.

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    1930 Buescher Soprano, 1932 Selmer Super Alto, 1923 Conn New Wonder tenor, 1955 Selmer Centered Tone Clarinet, Artley 18-0 silver (copper) flute, Yamaha Intermediate wood Clarinet, Brilhart Tonalin white 4 digit serial.

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    1959 10M STH Nickel keywork. NY Link STM 7, Meyer 8*, 10MFan Robusto 7*. The Link is smooth, dark, great for ballads. The Robusto is good for Rock and Blues. Meyer is a good all round piece.
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    Naked Lady...She got much "gris gris"!

    Year: 1948

    Model: 10M (RTH)

    Finish: Lacquer (95% orig)

    Pads & Resonators: Mostly CONN ResoPads

    Mouthpiece: Brendan Tibbs w/Ralph Morgan 9L facing
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