$400! You may cause a conflagraTMion! Remember I was foist!!
20 of 23 posts on topic--might be a new TM record! $400 is a great price, the LB should not be an issue unless a mouthpiece is used with a drilled out throat. Good job Nina, and we hope you hang around here for future trumpet-related questions!
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STOP! THIEF! THIEEEEEEEEF!!! Wait until Ed sees this! Congrats! That's an awesome deal!
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Congrats, Steve! After you get it, you'll have to give me a call and let me know the specifics of the horn and your impressions vs. the '68 ML.
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