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    Baltimore Brass Co. Closing

    Sad news... this was just posted on their Facebook Page (post is copied below in case link isn't working/anyone can't access FB)

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    As of October 31st, 2022 Baltimore Brass Company will be...
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    You could certainly email Dr. Robertson about the...

    You could certainly email Dr. Robertson about the buttons on her euph, I'm sure she'd be happy to help!

    For other custom options, I've heard/seen that Keith Polito does some excellent work...
  3. Thread: Two Bugles

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    Honestly outside of at-home, I don't use them...

    Honestly outside of at-home, I don't use them that often. I brought the Olds to a tuba christmas a few years back, which was a lot of fun! Hoping to do the same thing this year.

    They're definitely...
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    Two Bugles

    Just for fun, I wanted to share a pair of bugles I have!

    The top is a silver plated DEG Dynasty euphonium bugle, built by Willson in the early 1980s. Has 2 piston valves, and interestingly it...
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    I don't have a Neo, but I would *highly* doubt...

    I don't have a Neo, but I would *highly* doubt that the hard case (or really any euphonium hard case, aside from maybe a Marcus Bonna) will fit in the overhead bins of most aircraft, even larger ones...
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    Thank you for that info! I've been considering...

    Thank you for that info! I've been considering getting a trigger fitted to my 2900, so this was helpful to hear.
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    Wow, I wish I could justify buying this, looks...

    Wow, I wish I could justify buying this, looks like a great deal! I've been interested in trying out the UK model for awhile.

    What does the UK leadpipe change in the way it plays? I briefly tried...
  8. FS: LSCO Besson Prestige Right Hand Guard

    Hi all,

    I'm selling a used black leather right hand bar guard for a Besson Prestige euphonium, made by Leather Specialties Co. I ordered this direct from the company about 4 years ago, to use with...
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    Congratulations! Fantastic to hear that the new...

    Congratulations! Fantastic to hear that the new euph working so well for you!

    As a side note (and I realize this is probably mostly aesthetic), I absolutely love the look of those abalone finger...
  10. If you're on Facebook, in the group "Euphonium -...

    If you're on Facebook, in the group "Euphonium - Tuba - Low Brass Marketplace" there is a silver King bell-front, 4 valve euphonium for sale that seems to be in good shape. Listed for $800.
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  11. In terms of a tenor tuba in design, the Miraphone...

    In terms of a tenor tuba in design, the Miraphone 56A or Alexander 151 seem pretty close to what you're describing, although both are pitched in Bb and have rotary valves instead of pistons. (and...
  12. New Shoichiro Hokazono Album - Real Euphonium IV

    Thought I'd share that Shoichiro Hokazono's most recent solo album titled "Real Euphonium IV" (released earlier this year) is available for streaming through Youtube and Spotify.

    Features a nice...
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    I'm not sure how easily they can be found or...

    I'm not sure how easily they can be found or imported to the U.S., but there's a similar fiberglass hardcase by C.C. Shiny that I've seen sold in Japan. Here's an example.

    Photos of a Willson 2900...
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    Reported it to eBay. This sort of fake listing...

    Reported it to eBay. This sort of fake listing seems to be getting more common, I saw a similar one a few months back for an Eastman tuba priced at under $1k USD, similar account history and had...
  15. Thread: New or Used?

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    Congrats on the new euph! I also had a York 3067...

    Congrats on the new euph! I also had a York 3067 for a number of years and really enjoyed playing it!
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    I'm not sure the E3 leadpipe is set much lower...

    I'm not sure the E3 leadpipe is set much lower (if at all) than the E1 or E2, based on comparing the placement of the leadpipe with the height of the valve block on each model.

    I think it appears...
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    I'm trying to find a written source, but I do...

    I'm trying to find a written source, but I do remember either reading or hearing from Dr. Bowman that the BB series exterior shape was indeed based on the old Kosikup design.
  18. First off, welcome to the forum and welcome back...

    First off, welcome to the forum and welcome back to playing euph!

    Here's some info on a few of your questions, and I'm certain others here will chime in with additional information!

    1. From...
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    Of the 3 sizes you listed, the 52D is probably...

    Of the 3 sizes you listed, the 52D is probably closest to what you're looking for. The rim is still a bit smaller than a Bach 4G (25.78 based on this website's mouthpiece chart), but is larger than...
  20. Unless I'm mistaken, I don't see any of the extra...

    Unless I'm mistaken, I don't see any of the extra compensating tubing that's part of the 378 and 479 models, so I think this is a non-compensating euph (not sure of the model #, as the Hirsbrunner...
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    Willson 2900 (newer model, ca. 2012) - 86g 8563

    Willson 2900 (newer model, ca. 2012) - 86g

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    Just checked Kanstul's old website (which is...

    Just checked Kanstul's old website (which is fortunately still running as an archive, at least for now) in case I misremembered.
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    Regional Variants of Euphonium Models

    With the recent threads on the Besson euph development history and comparison of different models, I thought it might be interesting to highlight some variants of standard model euphs that are...
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    I think Kanstul's professional level euphs (the...

    I think Kanstul's professional level euphs (the 975 and/or 976) had copper and bronze as options for bell material. However outside of them, I don't know of any other companies that offer it on euph.
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    When Kanstul was still in business, they produced...

    When Kanstul was still in business, they produced several bugle models that were used by various branches of the military. They made a set of 2-valved G bugles for The Commandant's Own US Marine Drum...
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