Conn 66H Trombone
The Conn trombone has a rich history beginning in 1875 with Colonel Charles Gerard Conn who founded the band instrument manufacturing company in Elkhart, Indiana. Conn quickly became known for innovative brass designs which made the company the largest producer of trombones in the United States and was known as “America’s trombone house”.
The Conn 66H was first introduced in 1920 with a large bore and a valve attachment. The current Conn 66H trombones are all American made; proudly produced in Eastlake, Ohio. One of the absolute best step up trombones on the market today, the 66H is a .547” bore symphonic trombone with F Attachment. The Conn 66H has an 8-5/8” seamless, beautifully engraved rose brass bell resulting in a warm, colorful sound. The F section is a traditional wrap that offers stability and durability. The chrome plated nickel silver inner handslide tubes provide the ideal surface for smooth and quick action. The outer slide is red brass with a nickel-silver crook for durability. It has a quiet, traditional rotor with string linkage.