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Conn 52BSP CONNstellation Professional Bb TrumpetAbout C.G. Conn In recording studios, on the concert hall stage, in private teaching studios, C.G. Conn instruments are there, all across the world. Why? Because of the tremendous response, excellent projection and unique sound qualities offered by each instrument brand in the C.G. Conn family.
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I have had this horn now for over 3 years. I have found that once you have broken it in, you will find that the sound is darker than most trumpets. I have had both a Bach and a Yamaha and none match the quality of the Conn. The valve action is first rate. It was interesting that the Vintage One did not have both the reverse lead pipe nor the rounded main tuning slide that other compainies do offer at a additional cost, whereas the Conn comes standard. The weighted bottom valve caps are a plus to get the darker sound. If you are looking for a cornet sound but want to play trumpet, "Conn Connstellation" is the horn to buy.
ok, this trumpet is awesome, it comes with the reversed lead pipe, and valve weights, i just bought this trumpet and i can tell you myself that there is a huge difference in tone and note tongue accuracy,
Ok, first of all this horn IS the King Legend. Great horn. Same tooling and specs. I perform daily on the King Legend with an Edwards 1C heavy mouthpiece with great results. For some reason, UMI decided to quite marketing the Legend and are now producing this horn under the CG Conn badge. King used to offer the Legend in regular (.459) and large (.464) bore but the new Connstellation is just offered in Lg bore. This horn plays dark. Period. I have found that if it gets bright it is due to the player NOT the horn. The short throw pistons and heavy top caps make note changes quick and clean. This is a feature you might find on a more expensive custom made horn. Thanks to the reversed lead and heavy weight construction this horn projects like nobody's business. For a horn that plays typically dark, it is very focused and clear overtones. Makes it a quick responding heavyweight horn... Excellent. There is No other horn in this price range that even compares to the quality and craftsmanship of the new Connstellation. If you can get your hands on a Connstellation or a Legend you, my friend, have found a keeper.
This is the perfect trumpet for a student to move up to. I have braces and it makes my tone sound 100% better than it does on my other trumpet. It makes playing the upper register so much easier, and intonation is not a problem. I am in my school's marching band and it easily responds to the amount of air that you want to travel through it, and it is just as heavy as any other trumpet. I highly recommend it.
During 1970~1980, a lot of trumpet players used this trumpet in Night Clubs. The sound is powerful, bright, good for Jazz and pop music. (Saxophone should be Selmer and Trombone should be King)As the tone is free with some vibration, it is impossible to take it to the symphonic band.