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    Thumbs up Just in time for Octoberfests!

    After recently acquiring a new Wessex Festivo, Iím selling my Wessex Kaiser Baritone (ER120). The horn is two years old and in like new condition. Below is a photo of the horn and the only flaw (small dent in lower left corner of photo) I could find. Comes with the Wessex case and mouthpiece. Price is $600. 10% of the proceeds go to this site.

    I prefer not to ship, but will travel 100 miles from zip code 42001 to meet you. I am also traveling to southern Pennsylvania (Gettysburg area) next week and can deliver at or along the way.

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    Last edited by RickF; 10-13-2019 at 03:57 PM.

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    I'm out in California, so not a buyer for this one. But, how did you like the horn? I do a LOT of German music. A Kaiserbariton would be nice to have on hand.
    Adrian L. Quince
    Composer, Conductor, Euphoniumist

    Kanstul 976 - SM4U

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    A lot of fun to play. We had a polka band that played a few times a year, but it folded after I bought the horn.

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    Item sold for asking price.

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    To the seller: congratulations on selling your horn!

    To the buyer: double congratulations! I have an older student (roughly my age) who bought one of these new and is HAVING A BALL! I wish you the same amount of fun!
    Dave Werden (ASCAP)
    Euphonium Soloist, U.S. Coast Guard Band, retired
    Adams Artist (Adams E3)
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