The Conn Loyalist

The Pan American Section

The Pan American band instrument company was a subsidiary of Conn. It was started in the early 1920's and produced more affordable instruments than the regular Conn line, geared towards students. Around 1955 Conn started producing student instruments under the Conn brand name and Pan American disappeared.

Pan American had its own "budget" brand, namely Cavalier. These were labeled along the lines of "Produced by the Pan American company", and are included here.

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Conn Mouthpieces Pages
Some articles about brass instruments by myself and others
Conn and Pan American serial number lists
Conn and Pan American bore sizes (version 3)

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