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Used Conn 6D Double French Horn - N579XX

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Used Conn 6D Double French Horn - N579XX

 

  • Bore: .468"
  • Bell: 12" small throat yellow brass
  • Case: Soft case included
  • Linkages: String
  • Wrap: Kruspe
  • Mouthpiece: Not included
  • Manufactured: Approx. 1970

From Conn: 

"An intermediate Kruspe wrap horn, this horn offers a great value for an intermediate horn.

The C.G. Conn 6D is an excellent choice for students who are ready to move up to their first double horn. The small throat bell and unique wrap make this a very responsive horn that is well suited for players at a variety of ages and skill levels."

 

Our professional brass technician spent a lot of time working on this horn, only because it is worth every bit of labor required. This horn is an excellent player so the dents suffered in the bell, tuning slides, and leadpipe needed to come out to get it back into good playing condition. Some soldering on the leadpipe brace, bell brace, and rotor casing into F tuning slide was required. It got an ultrasonic bath for good measure and once it was lubed and playtested, it was sent up front to be posted for sale!

 

Some lacquer burn can be found on the outer branch and on the 4th tuning slide, and also near the lyre holder. Lacquer wear can be found along the left hand guard, bell throat, and on the finger paddles, as well as the interior of the bell. The upper 2nd valve tuning slide has seen some previous work, and signs of that work remain on the crook. All these things are strictly cosmetic, and do not affect playability. It's showing wear, but there's a lot of life left in this horn! Stop by Horn Stash today to spend some time with it! 

 

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