Slight springy sound in 2nd valve

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  1. codyb226

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    This wont hurt the trumpet at all, I think that it should be done often so it doesn't stick.
     
  2. tobylou8

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    Shoulda gotta Getzen!! ROFL I concur with Breke. It's not that hard once you figure it out. You could take it back to the dealer if possible.
     
  3. codyb226

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    The Yamaha choice was great, dont need no Getzen's.....
     
  4. hhsTrumpet

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    the valve guides are facing the right way
     
  5. tobylou8

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    Ouch!! I was looking for someone special to give #1000!! Have to keep looking!! ROFL
     
  6. codyb226

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    Did you take out the spring?
     
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    ROFL darn, maybe another post.

    I hope that you get #1000 and it doesn't stop at #999
     
  8. tobylou8

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    Take it back since you've had it less than a week. If it was vintage, noises could be expected. Any new horn should be noise free.
     
  9. codyb226

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    Good thought, never thought of that.
     
  10. tobylou8

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    Well, #1000 is VERY special and I don't want posters to just think I'm easy or loose or something sleazy like that. I'm saving it for "just the right post"!!!ROFL
     

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