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 on: Today at 08:54 AM 
Started by Russ Phillips - Last post by Russ Phillips
Mid 60's Cleveland horn purchased November, 1966. Horn has been re-lacquered and comes with the original silver counter weight and King coffin style case in excellent condition.
The horn is in very good condition. There are no dents, but there are some scratches and normal wear. This horn has been well-played and well-cared for and it plays great. It is one of five trombones which belonged to the fine Chicago and later Palm Beach, FL trombonist Frank McCallum. Frank was a dear friend of mine and I'm listing these horns to get the $$ to his widow. I'll be posting the other four horns as well. Photos available on request. $1,000 plus shipping.

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 on: Today at 08:52 AM 
Started by Russ Phillips - Last post by Russ Phillips
One more item to go along with the 5 horns I posted yesterday. This is a spare 3B hand slide that was included in Frank's collection of horns. It's serial # is 419974 which puts the manufacture date between '65 and '70. Like all of Frank's horns, this has been played a lot but well cared for. There's considerable, thought I'd call it normal wear and scratches on the outer slide but no dents. There is considerable wear on both inners. Slide plays great, though not lightning fast. $400.00 plus shipping.

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 on: Today at 08:42 AM 
Started by steve335 - Last post by yehor
I sent you pictures. Did you check your email?

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 on: Today at 08:35 AM 
Started by KyleOmusician - Last post by KyleOmusician
They're $59 new at Dillon music including shipping....

Thanks for letting me know. I must have made a mistake when I bought mine for $70 shipped a few months ago.

NOW $50 Shipped

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 on: Today at 08:13 AM 
Started by peteriley - Last post by Geezerhorn
I gained 30 pounds in the past 6 months and added a whole lot of muscle bulk to my frame. I was concerned it might have made me a bit muscle-bound in my chops, so I'm taking flexibility exercises a LOT more seriously now - just in case and it's good for us anyway.

And the point is that if we pick up a trumpet for training purposes on our high-range, it might be wise to include some more work on flexibility on the trombone.

...Geezer

 16 
 on: Today at 08:11 AM 
Started by ElShaddai - Last post by JPTbone
Photos sent. Let me know if you need some better ones. I can try to use flash if they don't come out.

Also, for my future ref, let know if this is the Protec "Max" case.

Cheers, JP

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 on: Today at 08:09 AM 
Started by patrickosmith - Last post by Geezerhorn
I've had my front teeth levelled top and bottom and found that it beneficial at the time. So now at 2 weeks before retirement age I now have the chops I wish I had when I really needed them. Pah!!

Yeah. Wish I had a LOT of things back then that I have now. Celebrate what you have while you can! Tic-toc...

...Geezer

 18 
 on: Today at 08:06 AM 
Started by patrickosmith - Last post by Pre59
Is the designer dental work for brass players still a thing? I had heard about some trumpeters getting their teeth cut up to play better.

I've had my front teeth levelled top and bottom and found that it beneficial at the time. So now at 2 weeks before retirement age I now have the chops I wish I had when I really needed them. Pah!!

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 on: Today at 08:03 AM 
Started by crazytrombonist505 - Last post by crazytrombonist505
I have made price reductions on the alto, the pbone and the mouthpiece.  Feel free to make an offer.

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 on: Today at 07:59 AM 
Started by ISAB - Last post by fsung
Half way
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Deck of cards
Twelve

What's brown, has two eyes, and looks like a stick?

A stick. I lied about the eyes.  Evil

What's brown, two legs, and looks like a stick?

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