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  1. I had a stroke need help

    I am looking for a left handed tuba or baritone. Thank you.

    Don

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    Hi Don,

    Welcome to the forum. So sorry to hear about your stroke.

    I remember that Don Oberloh modified a King euphonium so it could be played left handed. Don does absolutely beautiful work. He's located in Seattle, WA. Here's a link with some pictures of completed projects. Scroll down about half way and you'll see a King 4v euph modified to play with left hand. What I like about this mod is that Don took a normally left-facing euph - which is opposite direction of the section - then when modified it faces right to fit in with other right-facing euphs.

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    http://www.oberloh.com/gallery/Complete.htm
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    The post referenced by graeme is here:

    http://www.dwerden.com/forum/showthr...thanded-people
    Dave Werden (ASCAP)
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    Dan Schultz (AKA Tuba Tinker) has done at least one: http://thevillagetinker.com/projects.htm

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