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    Sold

    Sold
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    Sale pending.

    Sale pending.
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    I think that the 'playing it safe' answer would...

    I think that the 'playing it safe' answer would be to say that it depends. I've never experienced a situation where it didn't fit into a Morse taper instrument (the mostly standard taper for large...
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    Bump and a few new listings.

    Bump and a few new listings.
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    Bump and price drop.

    Bump and price drop.
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    You mentioned looking for something between a SM3...

    You mentioned looking for something between a SM3 and Wick 4AL. In terms of cup depth a BB1 would likely fall in that range, but in every other spec it's far smaller, FYI.
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    The valves certainly aren't a deal breaker for me...

    The valves certainly aren't a deal breaker for me - just something to be careful about. I've been spoiled by multiple Yamahas and a Willson over the years that were very well built. The other...
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    I play and own a medium shank Q41, though I've...

    I play and own a medium shank Q41, though I've never laid hands on a Q40. I've had it since November 2020.

    For me the horn sounds great, blows easily, and the intonation is good enough that I...
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    You really need to have a good concept of the...

    You really need to have a good concept of the "why" and "what" when you make a change like this. Take it from this rando on the internet who has bought way too many mouthpieces over the years:...
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    Uploaded a few photos that can be found in the...

    Uploaded a few photos that can be found in the Google Drive link above and price drop.
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    I had a King marching euphonium for 3 years of...

    I had a King marching euphonium for 3 years of marching band in college. It played well for a marching horn - privilege tones actually spoke on the horns and it had all the projection I ever needed...
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    FS: Yamaha YEP-641

    I'm looking to sell my YEP-641. I purchased it used from Miles Ahead Music in Louisville, KY in 2007. No idea where it came from before that - a cursory search would indicate that Yamaha produced...
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    Bump and price drops!

    Bump and price drops!
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    I don't recall if I mentioned this when I posted...

    I don't recall if I mentioned this when I posted on my experience with the horns at ACB, but I'll reiterate that the satin lacquer finish looks really nice! Of course, I'm easily sold on anything...
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    When I was at ACB in person a few weeks ago, I...

    When I was at ACB in person a few weeks ago, I played all three doubler horns that were there. RE: the 3rd partial intonation and stuffiness, that was pretty much universal across all three examples....
  16. I was able to play the ACB Doubler's Euphonium...

    I was able to play the ACB Doubler's Euphonium today at the Austin Custom Brass shop in Kansas City today - perks of living in the area! Props to the folks at ACB for a great customer experience even...
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    I bought a 641 used in 2007 and am still using...

    I bought a 641 used in 2007 and am still using it. Compared to the various horns I've played as an army player (the OG Yamaha 642, Yamaha 842, Willson 2950, 642 Neo) I can point to things I have...
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    The Great Mouthpiece Sale of 2020!

    Hello - I am selling off an excess of trombone and euphonium mouthpieces that have piled up as a result of changing styles and experimentation over the years. The condition of each mouthpiece varies...
  19. Thanks for the feedback everyone! I agree...

    Thanks for the feedback everyone! I agree wholeheartedly with the sentiment of compartmentalized concepts for euph and trombone - when I was playing both on a fairly regular basis, I like to think...
  20. Mouthpiece Recommendations for trombone doubling

    Hello - long time reader of the forums, but a first time poster.

    I play euphonium in a military band as a reservist, and have been tasked with playing a lot more trombone lately. My current...
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    Given the amount of time I spend on the parade...

    Given the amount of time I spend on the parade field standing at attention, I couldn't help but think that a tuning trigger would be a disaster waiting to happen. Also, the horn it will be replacing...
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    New Horn - no tuning trigger

    I'm currently doing research to replace a euphonium for the Army band I'm currently assigned to. Cost is not a major factor, but we do enough marching performances that a tuning trigger would be a...
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    Reserve Bands in USA

    To my knowledge, the only reserve components with bands are the Army Reserve, the Army National Guard, and the Air National Guard.



    The Air National Guard has 11 bands nationwide. For...
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