Conn Director Cornet Diagonal Brace  1955 - Reconditioned - Case & Herco MP Bore: .482 - Serial# 502***

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Great playing early Director cornet with diagonal brace. Valves feel and look excellent, all slides are smooth and caps thread easily. Horn has 60% lacquer and scratches and light blemishes, bell flair, taper and tail all required dent work, horn is solid and looking schweet now. Case is solid, latch springs are broken, horn comes with a vintage Herco mouthpiece.

UpYourBrass is a single tolerance shop, all my instruments are refurbished and detailed. All horns go through a stringent bench test, are checked for loose solder joints and proper function. All easily accessible dents removed and repairs completed, valve chambers are scrubbed, hand lapped and aligned... all horns are de-greased, chem-cleaned, and hot water rinsed and scrubbed.

My office and shop are in different locations and I inspect and prep all horns prior to shipping so my ship time CAN TAKE up to 3 days if there are any issues that need attention prior to shipping, please look at all photos carefully before you buy. Thank You

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Listeda year ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.Learn more
Brand
Model
  • Director Cornet
Finish
  • Lacquered Brass
Categories
Year
  • 1955

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