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Name: john sandhagen
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Date Registered: Jul 31, 2000, 11:01PM
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Your trombones: The swiss army trombone...

I have a Mt Vernon Bach 50 that I have cut the bell off to make it a screw bell, added Kanstul CR valves with a custom forward wrap, a lightweight brass slide (silver plated), and I use a Larry Minick leadpipe and a G&W Mark I.  I've also assembled a King 1480 bell that interchanges with the Bach.  With the smaller tuning slide and bell taper it's a cool small bass, with a tenor mouthpiece it's a big tenor (or close enough).

Psuedo bass sackbut.  Bach 36 slide, something close to a 1 1/2G made from a Kelly, and a small bell I made .  Bore and sound are good, but I'm lacking in the "trigger range"...for now ; )
Occupation/School: I've retired as the Music department technician at Cal Poly Pomona, and am the owner of the Boneyard, my home shop, where I repair and modify trombones.

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Location: claremont, ca, usa
Local Time: Jun 21, 2017, 06:11AM

John Sandhagen,
the Boneyard

"What can be asserted without evidence can also be dismissed without evidence."

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