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  1. Back from a long hiatus. The horn is still for...

    Back from a long hiatus. The horn is still for sale !
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    Something to note: If a dent is severe enough, it...

    Something to note: If a dent is severe enough, it can cause a crack as it is burnished back into shape. I had this happen to my 967. Luckily, I have a 966 with a perfect matching bell that will be...
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    Coming Back after a 3 year hiatus

    Hi all,

    I've decided to dust off my euphonium case and get back into it. I lubed up the valves of my 967 Globe Stamp and they were as reliable as ever. Truly, a world-class instrument.
    So the...
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    Why not get a round stamp sovereign? They can...

    Why not get a round stamp sovereign? They can easily be found across the pond. cash4brass.co.uk has them quite often. no affiliation, i just want it to have strong business so they'll have a...
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    The replating of the horn sounds like the bulk of...

    The replating of the horn sounds like the bulk of the cost. Some techs can do quite a lot of solder work without leaving much in the way of marks. Perhaps an option would be to go for a replating...
  6. It is used but in excellent condition. I made...

    It is used but in excellent condition. I made sure to store it well.
    I can supply pictures by Friday night.
  7. Still selling!

    Still selling!
  8. Still for sale! Price reduced to $1250

    Still for sale! Price reduced to $1250
  9. Bump, still available!

    Bump, still available!
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    IIRC, members have attested to the sensitivity of...

    IIRC, members have attested to the sensitivity of those old horns to mouthpiece choice. What have you tried?
  11. Yes it is. PM me (: I am at Rutgers, not near...

    Yes it is. PM me (:

    I am at Rutgers, not near NYC anymore, if you wanted to try it.
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    How to replace screw-in guides

    So I replaced the old brass tacquets with nylon ones on my BE 960. Problem is that I know that someday, the nylon will wear and even now, it's pretty impossible to get a good hold of it to get the...
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    Cases really need to prevent any movement of the...

    Cases really need to prevent any movement of the horn. The 'blue pig' case that came with my Sov 967 was a deathtrap. That thing has no molded protection and only soft cloth on the inside. It's...
  14. FS: Euph Cases, Mouthpieces, and spares (felts, springs, etc)

    I have quite a few cases and mouthpieces for sale, trying to clear up
    I'm also offering the genuine Besson-made felts at a discounted rate.

    All prices include shipping to the contiguous 48 US...
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    Yes it is. I've never ordered an actual...

    Yes it is. I've never ordered an actual instrument from her, but she is very informative and helpful. Jenny will send you plenty of high-quality pictures and probably has a large collection of...
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    What is the price range? For 1250 GBP...

    What is the price range? For 1250 GBP cash4brass.co.uk has a early 80s silver Imperial listed. Those are definitely nice horns, and if the date is correct it was produced along side the 'Globe...
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    http://www.dwerden.com/forum/showthread.php/15420-...

    http://www.dwerden.com/forum/showthread.php/15420-Geneva-Euphonium#.UeFohI2Tgv4

    UK brass bands really seem to like the Geneva horns. I just don't like how they market it to seem like its built in...
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    http://www.dwerden.com/forum/showthread.php/15420-...

    http://www.dwerden.com/forum/showthread.php/15420-Geneva-Euphonium#.UeFohI2Tgv4

    UK brass bands really seem to like the Geneva horns. I don't like how they market it to seem like its built in the...
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    Just making sure, don't use the baking soda or...

    Just making sure, don't use the baking soda or any other scrubber on the pistons themselves. For me, soap, water , and my barehands have been sufficient on the pistons.

    @Dave, I thought that...
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    A big thing is the pistons. If the nickel...

    A big thing is the pistons. If the nickel plating isnt worn off, the value is quite a lot higher. Wear on the valves of these horns will show up as pitting or brown corrosion spots on the valve...
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    They typically sell for between 800-2000...

    They typically sell for between 800-2000 depending on condition. Restored/perfect condition ones can go up to 3000ish.
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    Here's a promo from WWBW. Not sure if they carry...

    Here's a promo from WWBW. Not sure if they carry the Professional though. But even if they don't maybe you can email them. They might be able to get it for you and still ise the promo code below:...
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    I would suggest not having the UPS store pack it....

    I would suggest not having the UPS store pack it. The one by me didnt have the proper box size, so they used a really really big one instead. But then again its not easy to find the perfect size...
  24. bump for lower price

    bump for lower price
  25. The Yamaha watercatcher I have is simply a silver...

    The Yamaha watercatcher I have is simply a silver plated cylinder with slots drilled in. There's nothing inside it. It's only a friction fit.
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