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Published on Oct 8, 2013
Saxophone repairman Matt Stohrer of http://www.StohrerMusic.com is noticeably tired as he hurtles towards a long-overdue vacation like a meteor streaking towards the ground with flaming pieces falling off. But luckily (?) for you, just before impact he manages to eject one more gigantic, verbose helping of vintage saxophone knowledge on this SUPER amazingly beautiful and clean Conn 10M tenor saxophone in original finish- and ohboy ohboy it's one of the very last 10M's made before Conn almost completely stopped making saxophones for the duration of World War 2.
So settle in, relax your expectations a little bit, and give a little effort in order to enjoy this latest in the Repairman's Overview series about one of the greatest saxophones ever made.