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If it is a new horn, it is the same as the Buescher BU-? that is imported from Asia. There are better choices. I compare these to the midline Taiwan horns. Better than the Maxtone/Wexler types form ROC but not as good as those from Japan. Find a used Vito for $600 or so or get a similar (to the Conn) model for under $300. Most of us that sell horns have these but not with the high price of "Conn" on them. Now if you find a real vintage Conn, you will really have something.
 
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I suspected that was constructed in Asia, :(
I think that is better to try Yamaha.
 

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Simone: I wouldn't disregard some Taiwanese-made sopranos, though. The Yamahas may come with a higher price tag because of the name, when in fact some of the Taiwanese horns are great values. DAVE
 
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Much true Dave,lately I have tried a truly good Maxtone:)
 

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Strange as the Maxtone I have had were not that great. I generally try to sell the ones from Taiwan. I have seen a marked improvement in the ROC horns lately.
 
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