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Conn 112H Double Rotor Bass Trombone

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Double rotor bass trombone for advancing players. Conn Tenor Trombone model 112H has a 562" (14.27mm) bore, 10" (254mm) rose brass bell, F rotor, lig...Click To Read More About This Product

Available 11-23-2017

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Double rotor bass trombone for advancing players. Conn Tenor Trombone model 112H has a 562" (14.27mm) bore, 10" (254mm) rose brass bell, F rotor, lightweight slide, chrome-plated inner slides, lacquer finish, 1-1/2G mouthpiece, 7512L deluxe woodshell case. First rotor in F second rotor in Gb, activating both rotors enhances D in first position. An optional D slide permits low B natural in first position when both triggers are engaged. Optional dual bore .547"-.562" slide and interchangeable leadpipes.

FEATURES
  • .562" large bore
  • 10" rose brass bell
  • Double valve
  • Lightweight outer hand slide
  • Includes case and mouthpiece
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Conn112H Double Rotor Bass Trombone
 
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(9 of 27 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

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Comments about Conn 112H Double Rotor Bass Trombone:

It's a great horn, very dark tone (10'' rose brass bell, and rose brass slide, exactly what you'd expect). Not what I would suggest for a jazz setting, as it hard to this horn to scream, despite all the Red Brass it doesn,t seem to redline very quickly. The horn without valves sound nice in the low register, but with valves, there no comfortable spot for you lips. I suggest using 6th and 7th for F & E as opposed the the triggers, everything inbetween Eb and C I would play with either the F or F# attachment, only use both valves together when absolutely necessary (B natual). Also since you shouldn't use the valves for E or F, I suggest tuning both of them very flat, as it bring B,C,& C# more in tune on the F# side, and B more intune on the F (C in first is unusable, C in is 2 3/8 on Flat F#). When tuned flat enough they together should produce a C#, thus making B both closer to the bell and more open.

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5.0

awsome trombone

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from louisiana

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Comments about Conn 112H Double Rotor Bass Trombone:

I have recorded with Miles Davis and JJ Johnson all on this horn and this trombone has been the best out of the trombones IÆve used. It has the best sound and is the most comfortable. Definitely a great buy.

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