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Wanting a professional level 5/4 or larger c tuba

Postby Colelmore » Wed Aug 02, 2017 11:29 pm

I am interested in buying a c tuba of professional quality such as a meinl weston thor or pt6. I want something in the roughly 8-12k price range. Any suggestions or links would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Wanting a professional level 5/4 or larger c tuba

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Re: Wanting a professional level 5/4 or larger c tuba

Postby johnhadden » Wed Aug 09, 2017 8:47 am

I'm selling my CC Nirschl tuba. It's not the 6/4 version, but it's still a hell of a horn. I've advanced to semi-finals or finals with it for the New World Symphony, President's Own Marine Band, US Army Field Band, and West Point Academy Band. I've also used it with success playing with the Jacksonville Symphony, Ocala Symphony, Sarasota Ballet, Terre Haute Symphony, Columbus (Indiana) Symphony, and Carmel Symphony. It's a great horn.

Asking $9k or best offer. Send me an email at john.hadden@buffetcrampon.com to talk further. Thanks!

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Re: Wanting a professional level 5/4 or larger c tuba

Postby BrooklynBass » Wed Aug 09, 2017 10:23 am

If I were you (take that with a grain of salt), I'd get my butt here: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=83343
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Re: Wanting a professional level 5/4 or larger c tuba

Postby CrownTuba02 » Fri Aug 11, 2017 1:00 pm

I might be selling my Meinl Weston 2165 soon. If you are interested I can provide pictures and some more info.
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Re: Wanting a professional level 5/4 or larger c tuba

Postby ckalaher1 » Sat Aug 12, 2017 12:39 am

johnhadden wrote:I'm selling my CC Nirschl tuba. It's not the 6/4 version, but it's still a hell of a horn. I've advanced to semi-finals or finals with it for the New World Symphony, President's Own Marine Band, US Army Field Band, and West Point Academy Band. I've also used it with success playing with the Jacksonville Symphony, Ocala Symphony, Sarasota Ballet, Terre Haute Symphony, Columbus (Indiana) Symphony, and Carmel Symphony. It's a great horn.

Asking $9k or best offer. Send me an email at john.hadden@buffetcrampon.com" target="_blank to talk further. Thanks!

John


I don't know the seller or this particular tuba, but the chances that this is a very fine playing instrument are HIGH.
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Re: Wanting a professional level 5/4 or larger c tuba

Postby johnhadden » Mon Aug 14, 2017 8:29 am

ckalaher1 wrote:
johnhadden wrote:I'm selling my CC Nirschl tuba. It's not the 6/4 version, but it's still a hell of a horn. I've advanced to semi-finals or finals with it for the New World Symphony, President's Own Marine Band, US Army Field Band, and West Point Academy Band. I've also used it with success playing with the Jacksonville Symphony, Ocala Symphony, Sarasota Ballet, Terre Haute Symphony, Columbus (Indiana) Symphony, and Carmel Symphony. It's a great horn.

Asking $9k or best offer. Send me an email at john.hadden@buffetcrampon.com" target="_blank" target="_blank to talk further. Thanks!

John


I don't know the seller or this particular tuba, but the chances that this is a very fine playing instrument are HIGH.


I am that seller, and my very biased opinion is that it DOES play very well! If it's gotten "the job done" for me all of these years it can't be too bad. ;)
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