Conn Vintage One C Trumpet

Discussion in 'Horns' started by Bach 1 1/4C Man, Nov 2, 2004.

  1. Bach 1 1/4C Man

    Bach 1 1/4C Man Pianissimo User

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    Does any one here use are have tried a Conn Vintage One C Trumpet
     
  2. Tulsaband

    Tulsaband New Friend

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    Tulsa, OK
    We have a couple of the Conn Vintage One C Trumpets here in stock right now for sale. The ones we have in stock are the 46 pipes contrary to what I have seen mostly online which have the 50 pipes. The horns that we have play exceptionally well. I don't know how they play with the 50 pipe, but I'm sure they are pretty similar. Let me know if you would like to try one out.


    Ceth Barnett
    Tulsa Band Instruments
    www.tulsaband.com
     
  3. Brass crusader

    Brass crusader Mezzo Piano User

    Hi,
    I play a prototype of the Conn V.O C, that was played by my teacher when he was an endorsing artist for Conn. It's got the 50 leadpipe, I believe, and had all of the braces sweet-spotted. It's in raw brass, too. It's a great horn, one of the best, if not the best C I've played. It's a very dark, full horn, very free-bolwing. The slotting is very good, and there is no issue with tone int he upper register. The intonation is spot-on, too.
    It's a great horn, but I've never played a stock one, but I imagine that they are also great horns.
     

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