FS: Conn 88H - 1975**SOLD**

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snieckarz
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FS: Conn 88H - 1975**SOLD**

Post by snieckarz » Sun May 13, 2018 8:13 am

Selling a recent acquisition "since I don't need two vintage 88Hs" (those are my wife's words, not mine). This particular 88H was built in 1975 and has the "Made in USA" bell. Horn comes with a new polyfoam Kaces case.

This particular horn is in very good shape. As you'll see in the Dropbox photos, there are a few minor pings in the bell, a scratch, previous bell repair, and two tiny pings in the slide. The lacquer is in excellent shape, no wear on the inners, and no wear on the handgrips. I just gave the horn a thorough cleaning and the rotor is in excellent shape and restrung. It could use new rotor bumpers. One hour in the repair shop and you'll have a kickass horn!

Playability the horn has a beautiful tone! It plays great and slots best in all registers when using a 5G mouthpiece or larger.

Price is $875 with shipping in the lower 48 States included, payment by Paypal. I will sell intetnationally but will need to calculate shipping first before final total. PM me with questions. Additional photos in the Dropbox link. Thanks!

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fa0oxehpsruo ... uE0Na?dl=0
-Steve Nieckarz
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