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Thread: New Sterling Horns at Baltimore Brass

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    New Sterling Horns at Baltimore Brass

    Just curious whether anyone has played the Sterling horns that Baltimore Brass has. I used to own a Virtuoso, and Iím curious how these horns compare. (I think the valves are different, no good trim, not that it affects sound, etc)

    They seem very reasonably priced.
    Mike Taylor
    Adams E3 - SS Bell/Brushed Lacquer - Custom short valve set - For Sale
    Besson BE2056 Baritone
    Illinois Brass Band
    Fox Valley Brass Band

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    I wish (truly) I could tell you!! At the last 2 ITECs I attended this horn was on my list to play-test. In one event the horn was sold before I got to it, and in the other I left suddenly for a family emergency.

    The Virtuoso I owned still had the Bauerfeind valves. It played very nicely, and of course had that "British sound" that I seek. One would think today's version would blow very similarly.

    Others?
    Dave Werden (ASCAP)
    Euphonium Soloist, U.S. Coast Guard Band, retired
    Adams Artist (Adams E3)
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    Well, maybe I’ll have to bite the bullet and try one.
    Mike Taylor
    Adams E3 - SS Bell/Brushed Lacquer - Custom short valve set - For Sale
    Besson BE2056 Baritone
    Illinois Brass Band
    Fox Valley Brass Band

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