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Thread: FS: Willson 2975 4-Front-Valve Compensating Euphonium

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    Question FS: Willson 2975 4-Front-Valve Compensating Euphonium

    VERY fine 2975 just listed. I see nothing wrong with the appearance. It comes with a modified hard case that has wheels. The original medium-shank receiver has been replaced with a large size. It also has a tuning-slide pull rod - this can be easily operated with the left hand because of the 2975's configuration. It is a BID item, starting at $5,999.99.

    This is off the market for now

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/153949604323

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    Last edited by davewerden; 05-31-2020 at 05:18 PM.
    Dave Werden (ASCAP)
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    TY Sir f0r posting this. I am temporarily suspending the sale . I have a trade for a Willson 2950S in the works.
    ALthough, he is separated from the 2950 and most likely will not be where it is for a month because of CV19.
    2 months prior I had a deal for a Meinl Weston Thor. Issues with the CV 19 also disrupted that trade.
    It's been on this site for a few weeks now. Maybe in a month it will be listed again.
    Best Wishes All, John McKevitt

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