From the archive: Conn Shooting Star

This Conn "Shooting Star" tenor saxophone is a Director 16M model, made in 1970 in Nogales (Mexico). This model was made as a mid-range by Conn and is actually an update of the early Pan American models. A tenor in the study segment, ideal to start with or as a solid instrument to accompany it. - Mood: Bb - Finish: lacquered - Year of construction: 1970 - Serial number: N.87647 - Made in Mexico - Model Name: 16M Director Muziekcentrum van Gorp has a unique collection of second-hand wind instruments, including many used soprano, alto, tenor and baritone saxophones. In addition to vintage models, our used car range also includes modern instruments as good as new. Established brands in our collection include Conn, Buescher, Selmer, King and Keilwerth. All second-hand instruments are professionally checked before sale and, if necessary, completely overhauled in our own workshop. Checking saxophones means that the keys are adjusted, the shafts oiled, the pads cleaned and the instrument is played all the way through. In case of overhaul, the saxophone is completely disassembled and rebuilt, with new pads and corks. That is why we offer a standard 1 year warranty and 1 year free service and maintenance on our used saxophones, just like on our new saxophones. With an occasion saxophone from Van Gorp you know for sure that you are in the right place! Of course, our occasion saxophones can be tested in our store without obligation. Our employees are happy to give you expert advice when selecting an instrument.

Price: SOLD

Brand: Conn

Category: Tenor


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