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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by rxron, Sep 10, 2009.

  1. rxron

    rxron New Friend

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    HI ALL my name is ron and i'm new to the site. i'm selling a bach stradivarius and all the ads i read say bell size this and leadpipe that and model numbers. can someone tell me how to get bell sizes and leadpipe sizes? also on the bell its says bach stradivarius model then vincent bach's signature, is that the model? thanks. any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. azhiba

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    That's absolutely correct (-:
     
  3. rxron

    rxron New Friend

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    thanks. this model was from 1960 and there is no model number or leadpipe number. the bore i'm familiar with is ml.
     
  4. veery715

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    Photos please! Maybe a ba*&ard horn.

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  5. rxron

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    no chance, my father purchased it direct from factory with guarantee that i still have, in 1960.
     
  6. Dale Proctor

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    That should be a Mt. Vernon model (it will be stamped on the bell). As Schwab said, older ones like this one sometimes don't have the bell number stamped on them. It's probably a 37 or a 43, though. You may be able to get Selmer to look up the shop card on it and give you the specs for it.
     

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