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Sorry for the way off topic... But are their any saxophone players amongst us ??

Mark ( ohio )

Active member
I have a vintage 1950 C.G.Conn tenor sax called the naked lady... overall cond i would say is a 6.5 to 7 out of 10.. any idea what the value on this instrument might be ??

Thanks Mark ( ohio )
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
Find a reputable music store with older employees. Much better to find someone who knows what you have than someone who has only read about it. Second, if you are close to a larger music school or a University with a music program you will find folks who are generally interested in the older “axes” as we used to call them and can probably get a pretty honest value estimate.
 
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