SOLD - Nice Level-Air model with a fun tip size. Having the original ligature is a big deal. This one also has the original cap.
$179.00 - Good focused tone. Very versatile for concert band, or orchestra work, or subtle vintage jazz. Hard Rubber mouthpiece
SOLD - Won't last at this price! - Original finish, newer pads(except three), in hard case with vintage white mouthpiece included!
SOLD - huge tone, and easy blower after reface. This stainless steel mouthpiece is sure to impress.
SOLD - Your "player", not the "looker". The tone is crisp, clear and powerful! Hiscox case; It has a relacquered finish, some signs of repair.
SOLD - WOW - A vintage Conn for this price?! New Wonder II crossed with 10M, Straight tone holes with installed Jim Schmidt (JS) Black pads ($192 a set!).
SOLD - A huge, large chamber mouthpiece with a very mellow tone. Less trebles are present in the timbre - try your low end and the walls resonant in a unique way. The label markings are less deep and have a look that causes me to believe this is from the 1940s; near the end of the true tone mouthpiece line and some of the last large chamber mouthpieces.
SOLD - Warm, Vintage Tone all the way - from the vintage era of the late 1930s and made in New York, a metal mouthpiece that is not loud and bright. These have a huge chamber, low baffle and a very reserved, warm tone. Original tip at 0.070", and I think it can reface to 0.085 pretty easy or maybe even 0.090"(modern 6).