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Thread: FS: Used Wessex Sinfonico

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    Hello John, I am thinking that if Sinfonico became an enhanced replacement for your Dolce, you would not enlarge your horn-park per se, and so you might justify the fresh acquisition a smidgeon more easily and cheerily *Grins!*

    Saluti, Guido
    Euph - Wessex EP104 Festivo - SM4U
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    Quote Originally Posted by guidocorona View Post
    Hello John, I am thinking that if Sinfonico became an enhanced replacement for your Dolce, you would not enlarge your horn-park per se, and so you might justify the fresh acquisition a smidgeon more easily and cheerily *Grins!*
    Not to mention the fact that John would be doing a public service for all of us by playing and reviewing the Sinfonico (note his detailed review of the E3 when he acquired it). John, you can tell your wife you have a responsibility, indeed, an obligation, to your fellow forum members.

    I, on the other hand, would risk certain death if I tried to buy it. I got enough flak when I bought the Bach 36B. Just glad I got the Steinway when I was single.
    Dean L. Surkin
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  3. I asked the owner. He answered right away. He ordered the Sinfonico months ago and was told January or February. In the meantime he purchased a Hirsbrunner and a Shires. So by the time the Wessex arrived he decided to sell it.
    Richard

    1935 Conn 64I Baritone
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    Well, Linda just read all of the above and laughed, then walked out of my room (where the computer is). Not sure what that means. I won't press her just yet. I have to get her to thinking that this is her idea.
    John Morgan
    The U.S. Army Band (Pershing's Own) 1971-1976
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    Dennis
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  6. #16
    The Sinfonico has sold !!
    Shires Q-40

  7. Hi everyone,

    I bought the horn! I'm planning on majoring in Music Ed, and this horn seems really promising. If anyone needs additional pictures or has any questions, I can try my best to help.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Russell_B View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I bought the horn! I'm planning on majoring in Music Ed, and this horn seems really promising. If anyone needs additional pictures or has any questions, I can try my best to help.
    Congratulations. Let us know how it compares to the Hirsbrunner you were thinking about buying (If my memory is correct, which it frequently isn't).
    Richard

    1935 Conn 64I Baritone
    Mouthpieces: Too many to list and growing

  9. #19
    Hey Russell, congrats!

    So, as you soon will take delivery of Nicks nice Sinfonico, May I soon start to pester you Russell on this forum about recording a nice AV clip with it for all of us suffering euphophiles? *Smiles!*

    Regards, Guido
    Euph - Wessex EP104 Festivo - SM4U
    Flugel - Kanstul 1525
    Trpt - Adams A4 LB
    Bb Cornet -Carolbrass CCR-7772R-GSS
    Eb Cornet - Carolbrass CCR-7775-GSS

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    John Morgan: I suspect your wife may have paid Russell_B to buy this horn, but I have no proof!
    Dave Werden (ASCAP)
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