Valve top caps, bottom caps and buttons are all free. Obviously plays as it should and is a quality instrument with. This is a professional level model which is known as a'Sovereign' and has the famous'round globe stamp' logo on the bell. Probably the cornet was replated, so that it required a new engraving of the serial no. Dings or scratches and the silver is shining to a beautiful. Labels are often printed before the actual shipping date.
This instrument is in very good condition easy blowing a good purchase for someone. You must contact us with your name and address within three 3 days of receiving notice that you have won the bid. In my opinion this instrument is in good playing and average cosmetic condition bearing in mind it has been used as intended and is over forty years old. The instrument has been used regularly over the years and sustained some knocks during its service. Clearly this lovely instrument has been very well cared for. The instrument as been professionally overhauled and polished to reach you in the very best condition. These 4 valve compensating tubas continue to be popular.
Main Street Collectibles 2524 Main Parsons. A mouthpiece and old fashioned case is included If you would like to have a chat please call Clive on 07974953985 Versand der Instrumente erfolgt ab Deutschland. Which means the player will need to use a Wick Number 2,3,4 or 5 mouthpiece with the smaller shank size designed to fit this model. Osborne, Alistair 11 February 2003. It does not have the later microbore valves. It actually looks better in person than in the shots- it's difficult to take pictures of shiny things like this with the glare they produce.
Comes with the original case and the mouthpiece shown. Roth and Boosey also had differences over Britten's influence over the company. Bye and large it's better to go for a fixed leadpipe model,. Tube sections can be removed ok if needed. Most people tend to use gig bags for these now. The valves all move freely and quickly. I will try the best that I can to help you.
The body of the tuba is very tidy and dent free there are just a few minor knock marks but these in no way affect the playability. The finish has some minor wear. Well, probably the cornet is really from that transition period, maybe 1976? Giving a lovely warm singing tone right throughout the range. There appears to be an abundance of those cornets on the British secondhand market. The serial number of the instrument is 556263. The lacquer finish is mostly intact with just a little wear in the contact areas and some brown spotting as usual with a lacquered finish on the bell flare.
All of our items are shipped As Is, however if you are truly not happy for a legitimate reason returns will be accepted, with exceptions of precious metals or coins we have listed. The Instrument has benefited from a full in depth service and is ready to provide many hours of enjoyable music making. Specs are: Key: Bb with four compensating piston valves, Bell: 12 inches. If you would prefer a gig bag rather than the hard case we will supply in a new gig bag for no extra cost in which case the hard case will not be supplied Should you require gig bag and hard case there will be an additional charge of £75-00. However your item will be shipped securely, our feedback is our word. Has a small engraved number on it may be a code for a band or school, Ive tryed playing it and it seems to be working.
. During these difficult years, Boosey was supported by his trusted managing director, Ernst Roth. The silver plate finish which is in Very good condition with little or no wear. Please note that none of this damage is likely to deteriorate and will not affect the playing quality of the instrument in any way. Unfortunately I do not have that much money to burn, which is why I thought the Besson model from the 1970s could be a fairly decent option.
Please see my feedback and bid with confidence. Will post to Europe with a cost of £30 anything less will be refunded same as above. Will also include the buyers choice of a used mouthpiece with the correct shank if required. I understand they have a serial number stamped on them somewhere that can help age it, could anyone enlighten me as to where it is and where I could subsequently date it? I have a Oxford boosey and hawkes cornet with serial number 220809 and I can't find a date on it and I would. Included in the sale is its original velvet lined hard case. I have seen a lot worse with other used Tubas.
In my opinion this instrument is in very good playing and cosmetic condition. Used Besson 762 euphonium has been tested by our shop and is in good overall condition Made in London. It would suit a player seeking their first professional standard instrument. We are unsure of what instrument this bell came from. If you have any questions then please ask and I will answer them as best i can or if you want extra photos of the instrument or close up pictures please let me know and I will provide them, there are a few minor dents and dings in the instrument but nothing major, overall it is in Very good condition.