Conn 10M 1941

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Conn 10M 1941

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Conn 10M 2954xx from early 1941.
Rolled tone holes
This horn was stripped to bare brass from original lacquer. There are no signs of buffing. 
Its been well cared for and recently overhauled. All pads are good quality and uniform with nylon resos.
I don't know who did the work but my own tech confirmed that it was a solid professional job by a tech who knows his business.
The horn is playing with ease and power from top to bottom.
Fully gig ready.
There is one small dent on the bow and that's it. This horn is setup great. The rods are all tight with no slop and no need of swedging.
The neck is in excellent shape with no pulldown or issues.
Comes in a good clean modern generic case.

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