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1970 Conn 60h Artist Symphony Bass Trombone F Attachment W/ Hand Slide Tuner

IN EXCELLENT PLAYING CONDITION & VERY GOOD COSMETIC CONDITION. THIS RARE 60H HAS THE TUNING SLIDE IN THE THE HAND SLIDE AND A ROSE BRASS BELL. THE HAND SLIDE IS SMOOTH, QUICK, QUIET & VERY RESPONSIVE JUST LIKE THE F ATTACHMENT. THE ROTOR & TUNING SLIDE WERE CLEANED AND LUBRICATED. THE BELL HAS SOME LIGHT PINGS AND A FEW SMALL DINGS (NOTHING SERIOUS). A FEW DENTS WERE PROFESSIONALY REMOVED ON THE BELL TUBING 12″ FROM BELL RIM, A SMALL DING ON THE E PULL (NOTHING SERIOUS). LIGHT SURFACE SCRATCHES AROUND THE HORN (NOTHING SERIOUS). THE HORN IS IN REMARKABLE CONDITION FOR BEING 47 YEARS OLD. COMES WITH ORIGINAL CONN CONSTELLATION MOUTHPIECE, MOUTHPIECE ADAPTER, LYRE & ORIGINAL CONN HARD SHELL CASE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. THE TROMBONE HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALY INSPECTED AND PLAY TESTED AND WE GUARANTEE THE HORN TO BE AS DESCRIBED AND OFFER A 30 DAY MONEY BACK IF FOR ANY REASON YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE HORN SIMPLY PAY RETURN SHIPPING FOR A FULL REFUND.
The 60H is essentially the same as the 62H, except that it has a single rotor attachment. As on the 62H, the 60H has the tuning slide in the hand slide. The advantage of having the tuning slide in the hand slide is that this allows the entire bell section to be conical, instead of there being a cylindrical section to allow for the tuning slide. The 60H has a red brass bell (or “rose brass” as it is called these days). The 60H was produced between at least 1968 and 1972, and was probably discontinued sometime between 1973 and 1980. In a 1969 ad featuring the 60H, 62H, 71H and 73H, Conn says: “We have just created the 4 finest bass trombones in the world…”.
What Conn said in the 1970’s:
Red brass bell for darker sound. Special tuning mechanism in slide. The 60H has F rotor with E pull, plus full 7th position for complete chromatic range to pedal Bb. Using the overtone series of each valve note gives the player use of two horns in one: Bb and F. The combination of extended low range and use of the F horn overtone series, as alternate positions, gives this instrument great flexibility. Lustre-Conn finish over polished brass with nickel trim. Bore 0.562″. Bell diameter 9½”. Length 46″.

1970 CONN 60H ARTIST SYMPHONY BASS TROMBONE F ATTACHMENT – W/ HAND SLIDE TUNER

1970 CONN 60H ARTIST SYMPHONY BASS TROMBONE F ATTACHMENT – W/ HAND SLIDE TUNER

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1970 CONN 60H ARTIST SYMPHONY  BASS TROMBONE F ATTACHMENT
 WITH HAND SLIDE TUNER – ROSE BRASS BELL – S# N456XX
BORE – .562″  –  BELL 9.5″ –  LARGER  0.580 BORE THRU ROTOR
F TUNING SLIDE CAN BE PULLED TO E ALLOWING FULL CHROMATIC RANGE
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The 60H is essentially the same as the 62H, except that it has a single rotor attachment. As on the 62H, the 60H has the tuning slide in the hand slide. The advantage of having the tuning slide in the hand slide is that this allows the entire bell section to be conical, instead of there being a cylindrical section to allow for the tuning slide. The 60H has a red brass bell (or “rose brass” as it is called these days). The 60H was produced between at least 1968 and 1972, and was probably discontinued sometime between 1973 and 1980. In a 1969 ad featuring the 60H, 62H, 71H and 73H, Conn says: “We have just created the 4 finest bass trombones in the world…”.
What Conn said in the 1970’s: 
Red brass bell for darker sound. Special tuning mechanism in slide. The 60H has F rotor with E pull, plus full 7th position for complete chromatic range to pedal Bb. Using the overtone series of each valve note gives the player use of two horns in one: Bb and F. The combination of extended low range and use of the F horn overtone series, as alternate positions, gives this instrument great flexibility. Lustre-Conn finish o
ver polished brass with nickel trim. Bore 0.562″. Bell diameter 9½”. Length 46″.

IN EXCELLENT PLAYING CONDITION & VERY GOOD COSMETIC CONDITION.
THIS RARE 60H HAS THE TUNING SLIDE IN THE THE HAND SLIDE AND A ROSE BRASS BELL.
THE HAND SLIDE IS SMOOTH, QUICK, QUIET & VERY RESPONSIVE JUST LIKE THE F ATTACHMENT.
THE ROTOR & TUNING SLIDE WERE CLEANED AND LUBRICATED.
THE BELL HAS SOME LIGHT PINGS AND A FEW SMALL DINGS (NOTHING SERIOUS).
A FEW DENTS WERE PROFESSIONALY REMOVED ON THE BELL TUBING 12″ FROM BELL RIM,
A SMALL DING ON THE E PULL (NOTHING SERIOUS).
 
LIGHT SURFACE SCRATCHES AROUND THE HORN (NOTHING SERIOUS).
THE HORN IS IN REMARKABLE CONDITION FOR BEING 47 YEARS OLD.
COMES WITH ORIGINAL CONN CONSTELLATION MOUTHPIECE, MOUTHPIECE ADAPTER, LYRE & ORIGINAL CONN HARD SHELL CASE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.
THE TROMBONE HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALY INSPECTED AND PLAY TESTED AND WE GUARANTEE THE HORN TO BE AS DESCRIBED AND OFFER A 30 DAY MONEY BACK IF FOR ANY REASON YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE HORN SIMPLY PAY RETURN SHIPPING FOR A FULL REFUND.

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