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by kaleid
(18 posts)
10 years ago

Vintage Conn Parts Horn

Anyone have one? with a few parts to spare? I'm in need of some of the threaded screws, specifically for the right hand mechanism and the high E key

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  1. by saxismyaxe
    (574 posts)

    10 years ago

    Re: Vintage Conn Parts Horn

    By mentioning the High E key, I assume that you mean that you need the conical Pivot screws, and not threaded key rods? What model Conn do you have and how many do you need, as I might be able to help you out?

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    1. by kaleid
      (18 posts)

      10 years ago


      1. by saxismyaxe
        (574 posts)

        10 years ago

        Re: Vintage Conn Parts Horn

        That's what I was afraid of. Since these horns were handbuilt and fitted, the exact keyrod length varies from horn to horn. When a new one is needed, the tech will need to cut the rod to length, thread (using a tap and die set) and slot the other end of the rod, to fit. You can purchase the blank rod stock from FERREES TOOLS, as well as the necessary tap and die sets.

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