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The all-time greatest manufacturers of musical instruments each have their own fascinating histories. But not many, if any at all, match the legendary significance of Conn. Since late 1800's, the Conn name has been renowned and respected across the world for constructing brass instruments of the highest quality, as well impeccable woodwinds, folk and traditional instruments, and even guitars. In fact, Conn is also admired and valued for providing astounding parts and accessories; from mouthpieces and care kits to even wrist lyres, replacement necks and tuning bits.

At a time when many musicians were required to build and repair their own gear, everything changed for Charles Gerard Conn in 1873, by nothing more than a split lip received in a bar fight. This resulted in him creating a brass mouthpiece with a rubber rim. From there, Conn gained the confidence to start making his own instruments, and by 1879, he moved operations into greater quarters to do just that. Today, there isn't an orchestra or marching band in the world that doesn't recognize the Conn name; and for good reason.

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