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Re: WTB Willson F tuba

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That would be the 3200. A fine F tuba, that doesn't come around too often!
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I have one that I am considering selling. PM for details.
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Re: WTB Willson F tuba

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Re: WTB Willson F tuba

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I too play a Wilson 3050 and earlier I owned a Wilson 3400 EEb and a Wilson 3299 F. .I’ve retained the 3400 but sold off the 3200 F, my conclusion being the best fit is the Wilson 3050 with the Wilson 3400. Just 1 person’s opinion.
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