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Conn 88HCL Symphony Series F Attachment Trombone Lacquer Rose Brass Bell Interchangable Leadpipe

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The 88HCL Series features a .547-inch primary bore combined with a .562-inch bore as the original 88H Series, but with an open wrap F attachment and CL2000 Christian Lindberg rotor for a short throw and an almost seamless transition to the F attachment without a change in resistance.

  • Key: Bb / F
  • Bore: .547-inch
  • Leadpipe: Fixed
  • Leadpipe Material: Yellow Brass
  • Bell: 8.5-inch or 9-inch
  • Bell Material: Rose Brass, Yellow Brass, Sterling Silver
  • Handslide: Standard Weight
  • Handslide Material: Rose Brass
  • Handslide Crook Material: Nickel Silver
  • F Attachment Wrap: Open
  • F Attachment Valve: CL2000 Rotor
  • Features: .562-inch Bore F Attachment; Adjustable Thumb Lever
  • Case: Yes
  • Mouthpiece: Conn 5G
  • Mouthpiece Shank: Large
  • Finish: Lacquer, Silver
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from Sault Ste. Marie. Ontario. Canada.

Comments about Conn 88HCL Symphony Series F Attachment Trombone:

I would rate this instrument a 4.75. I have purchased this instrument a year ago. It is a superior trombone in tone and it's even playing at any range. The 5g mouth piece that comes with it is good but, shop around, I have tried better. It takes a while to get used to this trombone , BUT YOU WILL LOVE IT. The bad side of the Conn is their workmanship, they could have went deeper down the throat of the bell with their finish. I found that under the tubing where they almost touch, the finish is not done, and if you look close it looks smudged. It is a well balanced trombone though.

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