This 1948 Pan American 60M tenor saxophone (serial 59XXX) is often considered the poor man's 10M. " Research suggests that it has the same body tube and slightly different keywork than the famous "Naked Lady models, but still has that robust Conn sound and is a great player with a lower price-tag. It was re-lacquered at some point, but done so quite well according to the tech who fixed it up. A tune-up and some pad replacements might be desired (as is often the case with vintage) but nothing preventing play out of the box.
Has "Pan American Elkhart, IND USA" engraved on the bell, with a few minor dings and dents consistent with its age but overall in nice shape and a fun, boisterous tone. Comes with a locking SKB Case (in great condition, key included), a "Vibrator France" 2 steelite ebonite mouthpiece, and a few Vandoren ZZ reeds. I'll be sad to see this one go, but unfortunately the shared walls of my condo make it difficult to get as much practice in as I'd have liked. Tried to get every conceivable angle in my photos, but please ask if there's anything else I can share.The item "1948 Conn Pan American 60M Tenor Saxophone with locking SKB case" is in sale since Wednesday, September 8, 2021. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\Wind & Woodwind\Band & Orchestral\Saxophones". The seller is "eldertheelder" and is located in Chicago, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.