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  • C. G. Conn 37A/38A Connstellation Cornet, Elkhart IND.

    C. G. Conn 37A/38A Connstellation Cornet, Elkhart IND.

    C. G. Conn 37A/38A Connstellation Cornet

    serial H03614 (1966)

     

    The world's highest degree of brasswind refinement in a short model cornet. Favorite of professionals and serious students for its free blowing and large bore feel. Electro-D mouthpipe and bell. Third valve slide throw ring. First valve trigger. Micro-finish mouthpipe. Length 17 1/8". Bell 4 13/16"

     

    The instrument is in beautiful, original condition!

     

    Technical condition: valves and slides move smoothly and lightly, very good compression

    Visual condition: no dents, no dings, lacquer finish: about 97% remains, discoloration, scratches and loss of lacquer

    Finish: lacquered instrument, factory lacquer finish

    Additional information: overviewed, original Connstellation case, Connstellation 7C-W mouthpiece, Conn lyre, cleaning set
     

    We offer trade ins!

    Ready to play! 

  • Henri Selmer Paris 24B K modified mouthpiece, case

    Henri Selmer Paris 24B K modified mouthpiece, case

    Henri Selmer Paris 24B K Modified
    Serial  44363


    Probably one of the last Selmer K Modified  with a short receiver

    ML .458 bore
    Nickel silver leadpipe

     

    Technical condition: valves and slides move smoothly and lightly, very good compression

    Visual condition: no dents, no dings, lacquer finish: about 99% remains, patch on the outer pipe of 3rd valve

    Finish: non original lacquered instrument, the instrument has been re-lacquered in the past

    Additional information: overviewed, Selmer case, Selmer raw brass mouthpiece, Selmer grease

     

    Ready to play!

     

  • Martin Committee cornet case mouthpiece

    Martin Committee cornet case mouthpiece

    Martin Committee cornet

    serial 183601

     

    The Martin Committee, an instrument with an unusual name, earned its name by being designed by a committee (Renold Schilke always claimed the horn was designed by a committee of one, him). It went on to dominate the jazz trumpet market from the late 1940s until the mid 1960s or so. Committees were played by Miles Davis throughout his career, as well as Chet Baker, Dizzy Gillespie, Maynard Ferguson, and even Al Hirt.

     

    We offer a trade-ins !  

     

    Technical condition: valves and slides move smoothly and lightly, very good compression

    Visual condition: no dents, no dings, lacquer finish: about 70% remains, lacquer has: discoloration, scratches, loss, sign of dent job near bell crook

    Finish: lacquered instrument, factory lacquer finish

    Additional information: overviewed, cleaned, Martin mouthpiece, Martin case, lyre

     

    We can remove lacquer if needed.

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