WTS: Getzen Eterna Severinsen - Amazing Condition with extra tuning slide

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  1. ATrumpetDude

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  2. tobylou8

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    Where did you get those caps? Looks cool!
     
  3. ATrumpetDude

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    Huh, I didn't realize these are not typical caps for the model. Weird. After doing web search looks like these caps are Getzen Capri style.
     
  4. tobylou8

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    Well it's kind of a cool look. I have several Getzens with the knurled caps. Those remind me of the caps on my Super Deluxe. I thought maybe someone had plated a set.
     
  5. JRgroove

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    Is that a factory trigger?
     
  6. Peter McNeill

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    Yes, it looks factory for late 60's to 70's. I don't know when they moved the trigger to the inside, but 80's models seem to have them.
     
  7. Bay Area Brass

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    That horn looks exactly like the one I had in high school, including the caps, trigger and extra slide-excellent horns!
     
  8. ATrumpetDude

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    Just FYI, it looks like you can still get the traditional style valve caps at the bandroom and elsewhere in case that is important to someone.
     
  9. tobylou8

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    Oh it's cool for sure. I like it better! Sell me the caps?? ;-)
     
  10. ATrumpetDude

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    Absolutely, I'll sell you the caps for $800 and throw in the trumpet for free. :-)
     

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