All slides and valve work well. Original silver plated finish there are only a few wear spots but well over 90% of the original finish is intact. Please contact Leni at 410-340-0546 if you would like to pay with a major credit card. The main tuning slide is not stuck. However, MacMillan failed to appreciate that instrument manufacture is a labour-intensive process requiring a skilled workforce not to be found in Abilene. Bell design results in a very dark and centred tone. The shipping cost cover the materials as well as postage to ship the item.
Call Mike Katz 954 581 2203 for more info. The outside finish off the bell was removed by a previous owner. Return is accepted within14 days buyer pays return shipping if you believe that anything in the description is innacurate. The only part of the serial number i can see is? This would indicate that the horn is one of the earliest examples of the Coprion. Always committed to serving the needs of students, music educators, amateurs, and professionals, C.
Description: The 48H Connstellation was introduced in 1956 and was a very popular model. Regardless of your trombone's manufacturer, the serial number should be located on the piece of metal where the slide attaches to the rest of the instrument Reference 2. Up for auction is a very decent condition Conn 6H Trombone. There are three approaches to figuring out what model an instrument is. The Olds name was bought and is currently being used by a New Jersey company.
The 48H has serial numbers from 6xx,xxx and higher. The instrument has been chem cleaned. Conn continues to meet the demands of today's best musicians. We are open to reasonable offers. Conn was a Civil War soldier and cornetist who, in 1875, founded a band instrument manufacturing company in the small town of Elkhart, Indiana.
Shank end slightly out of round but not so bad that it would need to be trued. The rose brass material used in the professional bell and handslide material produces a deep, warm resonant sound while the clear lacquer finish adds a subtle warmth overall. Here goes by the way, this is a fabricated number as an example, so if it's your horn, it's only a coincidence! This is to protect buyer and seller in case of lost or non-delivered items. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. I will answer all your questi Up for sell is a Blessing tenor trombone with F attachment. This is a lower-inner main tuning slide tube and ferrule for a vintage Elkhart Conn 72H trombone. Used merchandise is always thoroughly tested.
Conn encompasses some of the greatest names in musical instruments - C. This horn lacks cosmetic appeal. It has just been chem-cleaned, lubed, and restrung. The case is in good shape with a few scratches around the base and handle. The hand slide feels really great; it moves silently and smoothly. The slide does catch a little. In 1969, the Greenleaf family sold the company to the MacMillan Company, a publisher of books.
The gold plating is recent and prof essionally done. Negative or neutral feedback has a negative effect on my business! This slide includes two lead pipes that accept a small tenor shank mouthpiece, T and H, and one lead pipe that accepts a large bass shank mouthpiece, X. . Custom series Top notch professional instruments. This trombone plays very well and more open than what you would expect for such a small bore horn- the tone is warm but yet clear and the intonation is good. It is in good mechanical condition except for the slide that stick a little bit from 6th position to 7th but very playable the valve is very good.
Be sure to view the questions and answers found at the bottom of the listing in case someone has asked something that I hadn't thought to add to the description originally. Conn Symphony Series trombones have a legendary place in the classical trombone world. For those wishing to fine tune their chosen 88H there are a number of different slide and lead pipe options available to order. The response and intonation are very good. The remaining four numbers of the serial number indicate the production number of the instrument on a monthly basis. If you are in the area, you are more than welcome to pick it up.