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Perfect for the trombonist looking for a large orchestral sound but something that speaks a bit faster and is a bit more nimble than a full .547" instrument.

50 with case An old Wallace Williams trombone from the 1930s, made by Earl Williams in Los Angeles in collaboration with Spike Wallace.

Corporate Overview Business Name: Conn-Selmer, Inc. Year founded: 2002, with various brands from 1875Address/Phone/Web: PO Box 310, Elkhart, IN 46515 574-522-1675 & CEO: John Stoner Number of Employees: 750Main Product: Band & Orchestra musical instruments and accessories Corporate Office Contact Information Conn-Selmer, Inc.

This one is a bell tuning model and measures to a .485" bore or a "model 4".The engraving is all hand done and features Earl's bulldog on the bell.Many manufacturers have called their factory-produced horns 'Custom, Professional or Artist' models, but are they? UMI has united too many of the major US companies that had been fierce competitors in the past.The result was no better than the venture of American Motors Corp. ) Most recently, parts design & brand names have been interchanged between models.That blurs lines of quality & expectation…did you know that the newest Conn Vintage One and Benge 90 models are actually on a King valveset?

It bought the production facilities owned by Charles Gerard Conn, a major figure in early manufacture of brasswinds and saxophones in the USA.

A custom Classic is a vintage, quality horn modified and rebuilt, with custom improvements which bring it into the 21st century, and raise it to a professional horn standard.

The most affordable / playable horn is a custom classic.

The SL2547 slide is a dual bore .525"/.547" and this particular slide comes with one X pipe, which takes a standard large bore or bass trombone shank mouthpiece.

It is in very good, lightly used shape and is an excellent player.

With a tradition of innovation, and superior musical performance, brands such as Vincent Bach, C. Conn, King, Holton, Selmer, Armstrong, Leblanc, Ludwig, Musser, Scherl & Roth, Glaesel, Wm.