Full refund less shipping charges plus 10% restocking fee when applicable. With the latest improvements- dual bore. Some of the information below was obtained from scans of 1932 and 1939 King catalogues very kindly provided by Michael Shoshani. The first instruments were made in late 1938 with full production until the mid 1970's. A disassembled King 606 trombone King was a trademark name of the H. It may not be possible to combine certain larger items if we feel it may jeopardize a safe arrival. Having the bell and slide silver plated.
The Olds name was bought and is currently being used by a New Jersey company. King 3B Silver Trombone Thanks for viewing! We accept PayPal as per eBay policy. It appears that in 1930 there was a reissue of model numbers to the the entire trombone line, and adding to the confusion all trombones were put into new categories with new models. Valve cork seems to be original,which should be replaced for better play. On trombones without F-attachment, there is a gap in the range between low E and the contra Bb. White, acted as president, and his widow, Edna White, took over as president in 1941. They usually have two valves, making up for the fact that only major league basketball players would be able to reach 7th position… The length of the spit valve is a good indicator of the size of the beast.
I bought this new from. Items are described as accurately as possible and questions are welcomed. The King Liberty Model Trombone 1940 Liberty Model Trombone Available with Sterling Silver Bell; For more information on Silver Bells. The slide moves smoothly and freely. I have been doing research about it, and I have found out it was designed off the Silver Flair to be a pro horn at a affordable price for advancing students. Towards the middle of the century, the number of ranges proliferated.
The Martin Band Instrument company was bought in 1964 by the Wurlitzer company, and sold on in 1971 to Leblanc. Slide is smooth and ready to play, tuning slide also working just as it should. Information about the 78H was kindly provided by Don Bilger. The inside of the bell is the original gold wash. Comes in its original case. The Orchestra model has a bore size of.
Comes with clean hard carrying case and Benge 12c mouthpiece. The third character a number indicates the number of year within the decade indicated earlier by the first letter. The Colonel also loved strange and bizarre instruments. And missing the King logo 12c mouth piece 4 bottles of slide oil not all full 2 starter trombone books When we bought it. Instrument and mouthpiece have been cleaned and polished, and this baby is ready to go.
The repair team at Amro repairs over 14,000 instruments per year and employ many of the top technicians in the country, so you can rest assured that this item is in playing condition! It is a great student or starter instrument. There are very few dents throughout the body and bell. Ambassador series Excellent quality student instruments, assuming manufactured in the 50s and early 60s or earlier. Case is a newer looking case. Please let us know if you have any questions and we will do our best to answer them. Could be refurbished, but does work as is. Please review all pictures and ask questions before bidding.
After the package is mailed, I have no control over the amount of delivery time. Classic King Trombone model 606. Most large bore instruments have F- attachment, making the lower range more accessible. We generally do not accept returns. Other than my unsuccessful first attempt to fit my 1480. All the slides work freely and have been freshly greased. Although these were made for the 100th Anniversary 3B Silver Sonics.
Please contact us to find out current rates. We have chemically cleaned and sterilized the entire instruments. Symphony Trombone Specifications: Built in Bb, low pitch, or high and low. It will need a servicing though because the slide is not moving smoothly. When the item is received back in condition it was sent in.
The serial number indicates the instrument was made in 1990. It also has one of the best slides I've played with exceptionally smooth and easy slide action. The original case is worn and dirty, but all in all is in about average to above average condition for its age. Case is in very nice condition and solid. More photo's are available at thebrass-exchange International: Please contact us for exact shipping quote at the time of purchase. This model has the optional F attachment which is a must have and gives this horn a very pleasant mellow tone. Inner slide collars are free of damage with nice plating.
This reduces the number of non serious bidders. Please keep in mind that this trombone was made in Eastlake, Ohio. Special Note: was produced from 1940-1953. You can spend a lot of money to buy or rent a new instrument, but trombones usually get dinged pretty well by newbies. The physical and spiritual care the program participants receive, prepares them to re-enter society and return to gainful employment.