We've seen two previous horns from the new Caminetto before, both of which shared the same design, but a different finish. This one, however, is something different - it shares close measurements as far as breadth and length goes, but with a far stouter substance running from rim to bit. As much as I like the lean elegance of the previous variant, this Horn definitely has its own charms, not the least of which is a lot more presence in hand. It's no surprise to find the "AT" stamp on this one, indicating it's the work of Tommy Ascorti, Roberto's son, and the one who focuses more on variation and experimentation in design.
- Eric N. Squires