C G Conn Transitional 6M Alto Sax (1933) Gold Plated
DR TOOT presents a vintage CG Conn Transitional 6M “Naked Lady” alto saxophone.
According to the serial number, it was made in 1933. It is a late model C.G. Conn transitional alto sax produced just before the official introduction of the 6M.
This particular saxophone comes with the original short shank mouthpiece and Guarantee Card (refer to the photo). According to the card, it says that the model is 6M. This horn shares most of its features, including same side bell keys, underslung octave key, improved table keys, and of course, the famous "Naked Lady" engraving on the bell.
Whereas lacquer is the standard finish for the 6M, this alto is in beautiful original gold plate – confirmed by our local jeweler.
It has got an engraving as Lafleur-London on the bell. The Lafleur was a distributor in UK for CG Conn at that time.
Our qualified repairer, Taka worked on the saxophone – complete overhauled, modified, set up and tested.
Made in USA
Serial No: 259079
Excellent for the age – No dents.
Finish: Gold plated
Thumb Hook: Swivel metal
Tone holes: Rolled
Same side bell keys
G# trill key
Engraving: Naked Lady
Comes with an original woodshell case, shoulder strap, original Conn short shank mouthpiece with ligature & cap, original Guarantee Card, new cork grease, new DR TOOT cleaning cloth, new Yamaha cleaning swab, and one Gonzalez reed of your choice.