The Conn-Selmer Division of Education is here to support you and your program. Please contact us and tell us how we may help you, your program, your school or your community.
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Is Conn-Selmer's Division of Education a Foundation?
No, Conn-Selmer's Division of Education is part of Conn-Selmer, Inc. However, our owner and the company's executive team believe in the power of music and understand the importance of supporting quality instrumental music programs worldwide. Together we can partner to bring music to every child and ensure the arts are part of our everyday life.
How old is my instrument?
For your convenience, Conn-Selmer, Inc. has provided chronology charts based on serial numbers for dating instruments. Please visit the serial number page for more information.
How much is my old instrument worth?
Like any antique or collectible, the "value" or "worth" of your instrument rests in finding the right buyer. Conn-Selmer, Inc. does not deal in used, collectible or antique instruments. We do not offer appraisals either. Many dealers and music stores around the U.S. offer such evaluations. You may also wish to consider these external internet sources:
Orion Blue Book: www.orionbluebook.com
National Music Museum: www.usd.edu/smm
Conn Loyalist: www.xs4all.nl/~cderksen/index.html
Sax Gourmet: www.saxgourmet.com
I would like to sell/buy a used instrument on an online auction. Can you tell me more about it?
We are unable to address requests for information pertaining to online auctions of musical instruments. We deal in newly manufactured instruments only and unfortunately cannot assess value, identify or give specs on older models. You may wish to contact your local Conn-Selmer dealer for assistance. They are extremely knowledgeable and helpful when it comes to any Conn-Selmer instrument. Alternatively, you may wish to do an online search to locate additional information on your instrument.
Does Conn-Selmer, Inc. buy or sell used, collectible or antique instruments?
Conn-Selmer, Inc. only deals in the manufacturing and distribution of new instruments and accessories. Please refer to the previous FAQ question for information on buying or selling such instruments.