Since you can test the conn, go see how you get on with it. If you love it, case closed!
Im no expert on prices, but I believe that’s pretty good. I feel like they’re generally in the $900 range on reverb.com? Very simple to do a search there and see some asking prices. You can also check “Sold Items” on eBay.the price of the conn it's okay? i'm from México, 550 dollars its the closest convertion
Whoops I’m sorry I thought you meant New Wonder II (aka Chu Berry) in your original post. So that’s what I meant with the reverb.com price I mentioned. I don’t know much about New Wonder I, perhaps someone else can chime in. But if you have the internet, don’t most online sellers ship to Mexico too? (I bought a guitar amp from a Mexican seller on reverb a few years ago…)haha yeah me too... would love to have a Chu Berry but they're harder to find
People complain about the B and Bis on 6m too, but I haven’t noticed any issue. (But also I believe I’ve seen people talk about having it adjusted so maybe that’s an option?)I have a NW I and like it. If I was to nick pick it, I wish the B key and Bis key were a little closer and G# key was a little bigger. And $550 is an ok price for one.
Couldn’t disagree more. I wouldn’t have my beautiful 6m or YSS 62. You can absolutely make an educated purchase online and plenty of great horns are available with reasonable return policies. Limiting your search to your own town is unnecessary.I'm too cheap to buy a horn that I haven't played. Sit on yer cash if you have to and wait for a horn that you like playing. Maybe add a little cash each month and improve you prospects.
Love my 1992 Grassi, btw.