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Thread: Baritone left hand grip

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    Baritone left hand grip

    I'd seen somewhere perusing the Internet an adjustable left hand grip for British style baritones but for the life of me I can't remember any of the information about it or where I found it. Also, my web searches seem to come up empty. The company I'd found had trombone and euphonium grips as well The grip I'd found goes in between the tubing of the 3rd valve. Anyone know what grip I'm talking about??
    My Arsenal:
    Eastman EBH-311S Baritone Horn - Wick 6BS
    Shires SEUBRVO Bravo Euphonium - Shires 5D
    King 3BG - Wick 7CS
    King 3B+F - Bach 5G
    Conn 62H with Butler CF bell and slide - Wick 2AL


    Winona Brass Band
    La Crosse Concert Band
    Westby City Band

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    I have one of those for my euphonium. (Has bendable metal inside to adjust it.

    Forget offhand where I bought it. I believe it was a married couple’s business.

    I’ll see what I can dig up.
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    THATS IT!!! Thank you so much!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knightstar81 View Post
    I'd seen somewhere perusing the Internet an adjustable left hand grip for British style baritones but for the life of me I can't remember any of the information about it or where I found it. Also, my web searches seem to come up empty. The company I'd found had trombone and euphonium grips as well The grip I'd found goes in between the tubing of the 3rd valve. Anyone know what grip I'm talking about??
    They really make these?
    I AM DANA.


    Meet the Family
    Junior - Euphonium - 1906 - Henry Distin Mfg.
    Hastings - Trombone - 1952 - Boosey and Hawkes
    Bramwell - Euphonium - 1988 - Besson/Boosey and Hawkes (BE967)
    Margaret - Baritone - 2015 - Sterling1050HS
    Albert - Eb Bass - 2023 - Dillon 981S


    New York Staff Band - 2nd Baritone - 1991-1994
    Philadelphia Freedom Band - Euphonium - 2022 -
    Lancaster British Brass Band (all hail the 2nd baritone) - 2022-

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    Here's my original thread asking about the product.
    http://www.dwerden.com/forum/showthr...lderPips-Grips

    I've been using the straps lately...but should dig it out and take some pictures...
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    Valley City Community Band
    Valley City State University Concert Band
    2024 North Dakota Intercollegiate Band (you're never too old!)


    Larry Herzog Jr.

    All things EUPHONIUM! Guilded server

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    This fascinates me more than the straps. No where to see prices.

    Wish they had one for both Bari and Euph. Not one for each.
    I AM DANA.


    Meet the Family
    Junior - Euphonium - 1906 - Henry Distin Mfg.
    Hastings - Trombone - 1952 - Boosey and Hawkes
    Bramwell - Euphonium - 1988 - Besson/Boosey and Hawkes (BE967)
    Margaret - Baritone - 2015 - Sterling1050HS
    Albert - Eb Bass - 2023 - Dillon 981S


    New York Staff Band - 2nd Baritone - 1991-1994
    Philadelphia Freedom Band - Euphonium - 2022 -
    Lancaster British Brass Band (all hail the 2nd baritone) - 2022-

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    I emailed to inquire about pricing for the baritone grip. We shall see what they have to say!
    My Arsenal:
    Eastman EBH-311S Baritone Horn - Wick 6BS
    Shires SEUBRVO Bravo Euphonium - Shires 5D
    King 3BG - Wick 7CS
    King 3B+F - Bach 5G
    Conn 62H with Butler CF bell and slide - Wick 2AL


    Winona Brass Band
    La Crosse Concert Band
    Westby City Band

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    I emailed them last week and it's been crickets...no response.

    Quote Originally Posted by Knightstar81 View Post
    I emailed to inquire about pricing for the baritone grip. We shall see what they have to say!
    Euphs:
    Miraphone 5050 Ambassador
    Wessex Travel (Tornister) Euphonium 'Maly' ER154
    Yamaha 201 Baritone
    Mp: Wick SM4 Ultra X
    Groups:
    The San Diego Concert Band

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    I was thinking about that today.

    Still want a 2 for 1 model. Lol.
    I AM DANA.


    Meet the Family
    Junior - Euphonium - 1906 - Henry Distin Mfg.
    Hastings - Trombone - 1952 - Boosey and Hawkes
    Bramwell - Euphonium - 1988 - Besson/Boosey and Hawkes (BE967)
    Margaret - Baritone - 2015 - Sterling1050HS
    Albert - Eb Bass - 2023 - Dillon 981S


    New York Staff Band - 2nd Baritone - 1991-1994
    Philadelphia Freedom Band - Euphonium - 2022 -
    Lancaster British Brass Band (all hail the 2nd baritone) - 2022-

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