WTS: Very Nice Stomvi Mambo Titanium

Discussion in 'Bb Trumpets' started by Jumpinj, Nov 23, 2009.

  1. Jumpinj

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    I have taken a break on my horn playing and am looking to sell my Mambo. It has been played very very little and is in immaculate shape. Comes with the Stomvi case as well. Cost 3k when new, selling for 1250.00
     
  2. Jumpinj

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    Here are some pics:

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  3. Rocketman

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    It's hard to tell from your pictures but is this a silver or gold horn? It looks gold in the pics but that can sometimes be deceiving.
     
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  4. Jumpinj

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    It is silver plated. My camera keeps wanting to use the flash every time I take a picture of it...
     
  5. Jumpinj

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    I will lower the price to $1150, this is a crazy good deal for someone.
     
  6. Jumpinj

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    Ttt
     
  7. Jumpinj

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    Lowering the price one more time to 1100.00 firm.
     
  8. clangley50

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    still for sale? If so can you get some better pics? you can hold a sheet of white print paper over your flash and that works pretty good. Thanks
     
  9. Rocketman

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    It appears the OP is not announcing the horn was sold. So, to let everyone know, I purchased this horn a few weeks ago and it is quite a nice horn, especially considering the price. The Stomvi horns are beautifully made and all the ones I've tried play great as well. The silver plate is the best I've seen. The only thing I'm not sure about on this horn are the Titanium top and bottom caps. I have to wonder how heavier bottom caps would affect the tone and slotting. I must say it does play great as is. --Ken B.
     

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