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Conn Vintage 8D Series Double HornThe Conn Vintage 8D Series Double Horn is the newest addition from the C.G. Conn pro shop in Eastlake, Ohio. The Vintage 8D features an .468-inch bore combined with a 12.25-inch large throat lightweight, hand annealed nickel silver bell plus a hand annealed nickel silver leadpipe for an amazingly responsive horn. This horn also features stress-free bracing and assembly for even more resonance. The Conn Vintage 8D Series Double Horn includes a case and mouthpiece and is available in nickel silver finish with a fixed bell (V8D) or a detachable screw bell (V8DS).
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Since I started horn and became aware of brands, I hated Conn. I play on an old 6D myself, and yeah, it's nice. But I have tried so many 8Ds out and none except the old and coveted Elkharts have been up to snuff, so I just decided against Conns. I live in the Cleveland, Ohio area and the Eastlake factory is nearby. They had a display at Severance and I played their 8D and found it, once again, clunky, heavy, awkward, not right. Then I picked up a V8D and it was all I could do not to walk out of the hall with it. It has a warm and buttery mid range which was the first thing I noticed. It still kept my prized high range in tact, even going above it. But the real winner is that it gave me my rightful low range. On my 6D I have a very stuffy low range but on the V8D it is delicious. I am happy Conn finally is making good horns again.