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Discussion in 'Vintage Trumpets / Cornets' started by ATrumpetDude, Jan 12, 2018.
I got mine used so no white gloves
My Brasspire cornet came with the white gloves but man it can sing.
Unfortunately I don’t think it’s been band director approved but the members of the brass band seem to like it and so do I
Honestly they do come in handy when I’m shining er up
The mouthpiece bears the OLDS logo and is a number 3; it is permanently attached to the stem to prevent loss.
The mouthpiece is stuck and I don't have a puller, or can't get it loose.
I guess we'll keep an eye out for "valves and slides permanently attached to prevent loss".
Here's a Conn trumpet 20B with a very misleading photo of the horn. He claims he failed to get pictures of his horn that he is listing and grabbed an old picture of a Conn 48B Vocabell trumpet online.
He has accurate pics now, looks like a basket case...
What color were they by the time you got them?
That would be the Tri Star Custom removeable receiver with optional soldering marks.Patent pending.
No gloves whatsoever