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C.G. Conn 88H-O
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100% of reviewers $1,755.50 10.0

 

Description:
Features:
Symphony‚ .547" (13.89mm) bore‚ .562" (14.27mm) bore through open wrap F
attachment‚ 8-1/2" (216mm) rose brass bell‚ rose brass outer slide‚ lacquer
finish‚ Conn 5G mouthpiece‚ deluxe woodshell case. This instrument has won
overwhelming acclaim for its evenness of sound‚ excellent response‚ and
flexibility of performance. Full warranty.

Options:
Optional slides with removable leadpipes.
Bright silver plated finish.
Black nylon tenor trombone gig bag with shoulder strap
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Bore (inch): 0.547
Bell (inch): 8.500
Bell material: Rose Brass
Website: http://www.cgconn.com
Keywords: C.G. Conn 88H-O
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Review Date: 9/27/2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $1,675.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: This t-bone has a very lovely sound.
Cons: I don't have any.

 
I own this horn and soon will own a Shires Pro Select. I tried this trombone out along with Eastman Shires, Yamaha, Bach. This trombone was the best. It's sound stood out and it's quality of construction. I really love playing this instrument. I would highly recommend it. You can get nice fat sounds in the low register which I love and it's high range is also very good.
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Review Date: 11/11/2009 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $1,836.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: rich sound, good response
Cons: soldered bead

 
i tried this horn against some real players including the popular bach 42. i like its richness, and at high dynamics, singing qualities in the upper register, which i like for symphonic. i also play it as a jazz bass and you can really bite if you push it low. i think its great for any tenor and bass trombone part in jazz, any tenor part in symphonic and chamber works. i do not take a particular liking to the soldered bead, as it covers my articulations more than i like, but its just as easy to learn how to articulate on this horn. overall, try one and you might just buy it.
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