Immerse yourself in the timeless elegance of this meticulously cared-for Conn 6M "Naked Lady" alto saxophone from 1936-1937. Recently treated to a comprehensive servicing, this instrument stands as a testament to both craftsmanship and care. With a lustrous original lacquer finish that has matured into a captivating patina, this saxophone is not just an auditory delight but a visual masterpiece.
The intricate etchings adorning the body of the saxophone remain sharp and virtually untouched, showcasing the meticulous artistry that defines the "Naked Lady" series. The nickel keys, adorned with pearl buttons, exhibit a graceful aging process, with their overall condition attesting to a history of responsible ownership. Minor scuffs and scratches, worn as badges of its musical journey, add character without compromising the instrument's integrity.
Delving into the mechanical intricacies, every key and pearl stands proudly in great shape, contributing to a smooth and responsive playing experience. The meticulous care extends to the pads and cork, all of which are impeccably maintained, ensuring optimal seal and playability.
Presented in its original case, the saxophone comes cradled in a secure and fitting enclosure that has weathered the years with grace, preserving the instrument's vintage charm. Please note that this offering does not include a mouthpiece, allowing the discerning musician to select their preferred mouthpiece to personalize their playing experience.
This Conn 6M "Naked Lady" alto saxophone is not merely an instrument; it's a curated piece of musical history, ready to enchant players and collectors alike with its impeccable craftsmanship and enchanting aesthetics.