Who's got them and which ones?

Discussion in 'Horns' started by DrunkIQ, Jan 28, 2004.

  1. DrunkIQ

    DrunkIQ Pianissimo User

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    Austin, Texas
    Welcome to the dedicated Schilke forum!

    Let's get this started off right!

    Who's playing them and which ones do you have?

    -marc
     
  2. Tootsall

    Tootsall Fortissimo User

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    Yee HAW!
    B1, Late Sept 02 build date.
     
  3. SchilkeFan

    SchilkeFan New Friend

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    OK, here goes...

    X3L
    1976 vintage
    silver plated
    both brass and beryllium bells
    Reeves alignment
    one standard water key

    B1
    1983 vintage
    silver plated
    brass bell
    modified leadpipe/receiver from GR Technologies
    two amado water keys

    B3b
    1982 vintage (was formerly a showroom model!)
    gold plated
    converted to tunable bell
    Tanabe PVA
    two amado water keys

    Fortunately, I have my wife convinced that everybody needs three Schilke trumpets. I'd have even more, but we're building a new house this year!

    John MacGregor
    Waukesha, WI
     
  4. davidjohnson

    davidjohnson Piano User

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    arkansas
    2001 C7...love it!!!!!

    dj
     
  5. Happy Canuck

    Happy Canuck Piano User

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    Toronto, ON Canada
    1981 MII

    Proudly, I have an MII bought new in 1982.
    It's been an excellent horn! Great sound, perfect valves, well made.

    1. changed the 3rd slide adjustable ring to a fixed ring
    2. gold plated the valve tops, caps, bottoms & spit valves

    Toured the 'old' plant in '84 and would recommend it to everyone(especially now that they are so close to O'Hare)!
     
  6. Leatherlip

    Leatherlip New Friend

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    OK, here goes:

    1981 B1L Gold
    1971 B6Lb and extra Brass Bell (Bill Chase era).
    1970 B5L can use the Beryllium Bell from the B6Lb as well.
    1989 C2Lb with matching Bb slides.
    1969 Flugel Gold.
    1980 Rotary C.
    1985 P5-4.
    1998 A1 Cornet.

    Schilke's I've had.

    1980 B1.
    1992 S42.
    1979 B4b.
    1972 B5.

    Unlike John, house is built, but wife wants new Kitchen!! Oh Oh! :(
    Gotta hide some of these.

    Bill
     
  7. Skip

    Skip Piano User

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    B1

    A B1 for me - ta da.

    Skip
     
  8. nowherenearadouble

    nowherenearadouble Pianissimo User

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    I have a X3
    Alan
     
  9. Larry Gianni

    Larry Gianni Piano User

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    OK , here goes:

    1957 - B1 - proto-type
    1963 - B3 - factory 6" bell - beryllium
    1964 - B6l-b - Belgium bell - gold plated
    1965 - B6l-b - reg bell/ 5 1/2 " beryllium bell - purchased from John Madrid
    1965 - B5l-b - Beryllium Bell - gold plate - purchased from Forrest Buchtel
    1966 - B1l-b - standard and beryllium bells - gold plated
    1968 - X3l-b - regular and heavy wight bells - gold plate
    1971 - p5-4 - gold plate - pre 80's change, brass bell- purchased from C Geyer
    1972 - E3l - 3 bells , Eb reg, Eb large, D reg - gold plated
    1972 - X3 - standard bell - gold plated
    1972 - E3l-4 - 3 bells - gold plate
    1978 - x4 - beryllium bell - gold plate
    1985 - S-42 - gold plate

    None of these trumpets have a Yamaha valve section, thanks god .That may a good topic at some point, D_IQ

    Larry
     
  10. Mr. Stomvi

    Mr. Stomvi Pianissimo User

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    Hey - I've got Schilke valve springs in all my Stomvi Master horns. Does that count ? :D

    Seth Moore
     

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