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  1. New Adams Euph

    After a long wait, it has finally made it. It was definitely worth it. It's an E2 .6mm. Sterling silver bell and tuning trigger with a brushed finish. It plays as great as it looks
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  2. It is gorgeous! I've always liked the brushed finish...fingerprints are less of an issue.

    Congrats and enjoy!

  3. congrats man. It's a great feeling getting that horn
    in the mail.
    Martin Cochran
    Adams Performing Artist
    mceuph75@gmail.com

  4. Beautiful horn! How can you beat a work of art that plays like a dream (not that I would personally know but someday will make it to a regional conference and try one). Congratulations!
    Bob Tampa FL USA
    Euph -- 1984 B&H Round Stamp Sovereign 967 / 1978 Besson NS 767 / Early 90s Sterling MP: 4AL and GW Carbonaria
    Tuba -- 2014 Wisemann 900 CC / 2013 Mack 410 MP: Blokepiece Symphony American Shank and 33.2 #2 Rim

  5. #5
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    Beautiful horn. How did you come to choose that configuration?

  6. And while you're at it, what is the deal with the top and bottom valve caps? They look pretty stout.

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    Congratulations 'euphphilli'. Your new horn looks great!
    Rick Floyd
    Miraphone 5050 - Warburton Brandon Jones sig mpc
    YEP-641S (on long-term loan to grandson)
    Doug Elliott - 102 rim; I-cup; I-9 shank


    "Always play with a good tone, never louder than lovely, never softer than supported." - author unknown.
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  8. #8
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    That's part of the E2 setup. It has the heavy caps,buttons and bottoms. Typically the E2 would be .80 gauge but it's a special model.
    Adams E1 SS, Gold Brass Body .6mm DE Euph N103 Jcup, J9 shank
    Meinl Weston 2141 Eb Tuba PT 84

  9. Quote Originally Posted by MichaelSchott View Post
    Beautiful horn. How did you come to choose that configuration?
    The configuration is the same as what I played on in college, the only difference is the two tone brushed finish. I figured there was no reason to mess with a good thing!
    Last edited by euphphilli; 06-01-2015 at 11:14 AM.

  10. #10
    I wish I could find a place or conference near Edmonton, Alberta that stocked a few Adams horns, I'd love to try a few out. Your horn looks amazing!
    Last edited by Mederlock; 06-01-2015 at 11:47 AM.

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