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The world’s finest French horn just got better; the H105 replaces Holton’s previous H104 flagship model. The pursuit of perfection has created a new-generation French horn known for its performance and superb intonation. The Holton H105’s technological and acoustical flexibility enables the artist to perform accurately in a wide range of performance situations. Its two interchangeable mouthpipes with newly developed tapers make it easy to switch between work in small chamber ensembles and large symphony orchestras. The small-venturi mouthpipe is more focused for chamber orchestra and high-register work. The large-venturi mouthpipe is more free-blowing, creating an excellent orchestral horn. The specially tempered red brass bell produces a rich, dark sound capable of great volume without getting brassy.
Pitch: A445, with reversible 4th valve to “Bb-F”
Bore: 11.89 mm (.468")
Mouthpipes: Newly developed tapers #3 is .306 venturi #6 is .310 venturi Lever action: Noiseless string action, short stroke with stainless steel springs
Valve rotors: Tapered hand-lapped brass with nickel silver outside casings
Bearing plates: Tapered brass
Material: Solid nickel silver
Slides: Both inside and outside are hand-lapped nickel silver with rolled beads; short-length
recessed slides for quick removal
Bell: Large-throated hand-hammered specially annealed and tempered bronze, detachable, 12¼” diameter
Mouthpiece: Genuine Holton medium-deep cup
Waterkey: On each mouthpipe for quick water removal
Case: Ultra compact wood shell case with dual handles and brass hardware
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Because this horn is THE horn for double players! With smooth rotor action and a superb sound, This Holton is the one to consider when upgrading from a single horn to a double! Cost is great and the quality and craftsmanship are tops!
|Other Features||Reversible 4th Valve, Interchangeable Leadpipes|