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    Hirsbrunner uses Bauerfeind valves, so a Willson...

    Hirsbrunner uses Bauerfeind valves, so a Willson should work.
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    Done.

    Done.
  3. Thank you, shall look at these!

    Thank you, shall look at these!
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    Mike, Do you need just the plastic belly...

    Mike,

    Do you need just the plastic belly guard, or do you need the two thumb screws and two flat head screws and metal dowel pin? If you just need the plastic, I have one (used) from my old...
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    Conn Loyalist shows this "American Model" 4 valve...

    Conn Loyalist shows this "American Model" 4 valve Double Bell ca. 1890 that has a very similar wrap: https://cderksen.home.xs4all.nl/ConnAmMdl4FA1890image.html

    Perhaps this is an "American Model"...
  6. That works too!

    That works too!
  7. I messaged him on Facebook and did a PayPal...

    I messaged him on Facebook and did a PayPal transfer.
  8. I would love to get the band recording Bobby....

    I would love to get the band recording Bobby. Whichever you feel is the best. I performed Tre Canzone with the New England Wind Symphony under the baton of the arranger around 10 years ago and used...
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    This seller only ever posted this one message on...

    This seller only ever posted this one message on Dave Werden's forum, and apparently has not responded to any of the above requests. I would expect you will not get a response. Doug (moderator)
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    Micah, I am the co-commissioner of the work by...

    Micah,

    I am the co-commissioner of the work by a well known composer (as yet undisclosed) with Don Winston mentioned above. Over the last 10+ years, I have commissioned perhaps 4 other complete...
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    John Morgan, My experience bears some...

    John Morgan,

    My experience bears some resemblance to your own. I started playing American baritone at age 9, 60 years ago. I came from a musician family (Univ of Michigan graduates) and was taking...
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    3 turns for me.

    3 turns for me.
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    Aww...too bad. Make ya deal. I can get it...

    Aww...too bad.

    Make ya deal. I can get it plated. How about a trade? Your silver Euph 103 plus a $20 bill in the envelope for my gold Euph 104? Making sure it is not a 103N, right?

    Doug
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    Mike if you have a gold Euph 103 I will trade a...

    Mike if you have a gold Euph 103 I will trade a Euph 104...Doug
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    I don't necessarily suggest this approach, but...

    I don't necessarily suggest this approach, but the Wick 4AY is a tenor shank version of the Wick 4AL. As far as getting the fullest tone from a YEP-321, this is my favorite. I really enjoy play the...
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    Simon, Since you are in the UK, you should...

    Simon,

    Since you are in the UK, you should also look at Sterling. Perhaps if your dealer carries Sterling, you could arrange an audition at the shop in Bedfordshire.
  17. I have now included the tuning graphs. First a 2...

    I have now included the tuning graphs. First a 2 octave chart that is the same as the ones you do, Dave. My results are very similar to yours. I also have a 3+ octave chart from pedal Bb1 to Db5.
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  18. ACB Doubler - Series 4, Episode 3 - Ergonomics, intonation, response, tone, summary

    Hi all,

    I have been very pleased to be the last person on the list to evaluate the ACB Doubler euphonium. In episode 1 you got a very thorough mechanical overview and in episode 2 a 12 minute...
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    Roger, I don't know what kinds of airplanes...

    Roger,

    I don't know what kinds of airplanes Allegiant flies, but for domestic US flights, I almost always try to use Southwest. That way I can carry my horn on to the plane in my Cronkhite gig bag...
  20. I haven't played it in a large room (the...

    I haven't played it in a large room (the recording was in the largest room in my house). All in all, I would say it is close to my 300mm Sterling, perhaps not quite as smooth, but about the same...
  21. Guido, I was using a Wick 4AL. Same as I use...

    Guido,

    I was using a Wick 4AL. Same as I use on my other euphoniums. While I tried a DE 103EuphJ9, Wick SM4X, and Alliance E3, the 4AL is my daily go to mouthpiece. The only other I will try is...
  22. ACB Doubler - Series 4, Episode 2 - Merry Christmas!

    Hi all,

    For each of the last 10-15 years, I have had a brass quintet play Christmas carols at the local family rub Ace Hardware for their annual Christmas Cheer on Christmas Eve day. Alas, this...
  23. Hey Trent, No reminder necessary. These are...

    Hey Trent,

    No reminder necessary. These are just minor mechanical issues. I have started my playing evaluation and have a few hours of face time. I am impressed that this is a VERY solid horn and...
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    Nice bag. Looks almost identical to a Cronkhite.

    Nice bag. Looks almost identical to a Cronkhite.
  25. ACB Doubler - Weight

    Quick update:

    The ACB Doubler weighs about 10 lbs even according to my postal scale. By comparison, my Adams E3 weighs 9lbs 5 oz and the Sterling weighs 10 lbs 8 oz. both w/o heavy 4th valve...
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