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Name: Whitbey
Posts: 961 (0.149 per day)
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Date Registered: Apr 14, 2000, 11:01PM
Last Active: Today at 06:09 AM

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Website: http://WWW.whitbey.com
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Your trombones: My horns
Edwards Sterling bell rich sound with lower overtones. Has the new regular valve. Open port, braced for sound and a pillar, usually a mid sized copper sound post.  547/562 duobore nickel slide.
Edwards 261 Tenor Bell Edwards 261 tenor bell 21 gauge, heat treated, soldered rim, tempered, yellow brass, cryo-treated   with Bach 42-50 duobore brass slide. Most of the time this is a straight horn but I will if needed take the valve from the other horn.
Jazz horn 9189 CF with Ab valve and a pillar sound post. T-302-2N.500"/.508" dual bore slide with nickel outer tubes. The Ab valve is same a 1st valve and gives me the nice fast licks.
Alto Conn 34H with valve. The valve is either an OS I need a Bb horn or pull the slide and it is a trill valve.
Bass Bach 50 Corporation horn. Bb/F/C. The bell is very soft and thin. The horn plays like a dream.  Dependent valves old school wrap. C section is larger bore than the F section.
Cerveny euphonium 4 rotary valve with bass shank receiver and a movable main tuning slide. A bone players horn, no pop valves and easy tuning.
An old Miraphone 547 MP in the F150 for driving down the road.
Your real name: Jeff Whitbey
Occupation/School: Real Estate Broker. Rotarian. Trombonist

Age: N/A
Location: Rochester MI USA
Local Time: Dec 14, 2017, 08:41PM

See my profile for my horns. To long to put on each post.

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