Conn 62H Bass Trombone
Double Trigger Bass Trombones
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Symphony double rotor bass with dependent system.
Key of B. .562" primary bore, .580" bore through rotor sections, stacked rotors function as a dependent system, 9-1/2" annealed rose brass bell, 3 interchangeable mouthpipes, chromeplated inner slides, lacquer finish. Comes with 1-1/2G mouthpiece and deluxe wood shell case.
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62H Bass Trombone Specifications:
- Bell: 9.5 inch annealed Rose brass
- Bore: .562 (.580" rotor section bore)
- Proficiency Level: Professional
- Slide: Regular
- Valve: Double
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Comments about Conn 62H Bass Trombone:
I bought a Conn 62H (dependent valves) earlier this year and love it. The only problem is if you use the "D" leadpipe, the horn plays like crap. The horn is great for orchestral work, concert band, jazz band, and brass choirs as well. I'm completely sold on this horn.