Flugelhorn repair

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by microstar22, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. lmf

    lmf Forte User

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    Selman is certainly not "Selmer" though the manufacturer would like you to believe it.
     
  2. Hoosier303

    Hoosier303 Pianissimo User

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    that's how I got my first Selmer...er Selman off of Ebay. The add stated it as a Selmer and it wasn't and I thought I could make it work for me and it just didn't. Seller wouldn't return the money so lesson learned.
     
  3. RAK

    RAK Piano User

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    Once upon a time my pops bought me a selman horn. That was long time ago so let me remember.

    Ok it came back to my brain.

    Yeah I still have it and the valves are sworking.

    Most selman has the problem of "valves".

    I gave my selman to my teacher and she or he looked at in and couldn't figure why the valves wouldn't work.

    So I dumped a few bottles of valve oil onto the valves and pushed and pulled them up and down for like an hour. Then I took wd40 and sprayed a whole bunch in.

    I did wash the valves after that because the horn smelled like... ughh :shock:


    After a while the Valves started working. Now the valves work alright but the trumpet is still chines crap. I think it is something to do with the metals. I never recommend this horn. Not even for beginners.
     

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