In 1935, Conn introduced the new model "Artist" to the American market (serial number from approx. 263,000), with the additional designation "6M" for the alto saxophone and "10M" for the tenor. The engraving of a woman's head also gave the instrument its nickname "Naked Lady" or "Ladyface". It became a successful instrument played by many musicians and was produced with slightly modified features until the end of the sixties. At the end of the 1940s, all Conn "Lady's" were built with drawn flues instead of flanged flues/tone holes in order to save money.
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