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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Sethoflagos, Sep 19, 2013.
So did they stop making the F357 and T357 Arturo Sandoval flugelhorn and trumpet?
Juice or automotive engine?
Trumpet - much more exclusive!!
The trumpet has been discontinued, but [after a hiatus] the flugelhorn is "officially" back: LeBlanc Professional Model F357 Flugelhorn - Flugelhorns - Band Instruments : Conn-Selmer, Inc. and LeBlanc Professional Model F357S Flugelhorn - Flugelhorns - Band Instruments : Conn-Selmer, Inc.
Back at cha' !!
They're well hidden aren't they? Pity no pictures yet.
Conn-Selmer's website isn't the best-organized yet...but here's the old stock image of this flugel before the website consolidation:
and one used elsewhere on this forum:
It used to be a Holton-made product [fitting, since Holton was/is a division of Leblanc], but it has probably resumed production in Eastlake, Ohio [the Conn & King factory], along with a few Holton trumpet models...if it actually is still in production and not old stock still being sold off [as in the case of Benge]...
It saddens me that the last Conn cornet was killed off, and the Taiwanese Hoxon stencils like the Bach TR600 and King 301 have been removed from the website, yet the Chinese Preludes and Bach TR500 still remain...
Which one's been most photoshopped?
Looking forward to your product. Many of us here eagerly look forward to seeing it.
Are you sure copying pics from Internet is always legal?
K i l l J o y was here!