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FS: Meinl Weston 6450/2 Baer custom-handmade 6/4 CC

Postby dwcramer2 » Sat Dec 23, 2017 4:42 am

For Sale: A Meinl Weston 6450/2 Baer custom-handmade 6/4 CC
Asking price: $24,500, everything included

Included are:
- original valves, valve caps and stems
- Martin Wilk lightweight valve caps and stems (currently on the horn), and(MAW) valves
- Alan Baer PVAK alignment system
- black cordora Cronkhite gig bag (which was purchased new when I bought the horn).

The horn has had regular cleaning, maintenance, and care since I’ve had it. There are no significant scratching or dents, there is one cosmetic wear spot on the front of the bottom bow (see photos). I'm not aware of any mechanical issues with the horn, and am selling it "as is." I’m not the best camera man, but hopefully the pictures show the horn to be in very good repair and cosmetic condition. They can be found at: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/64pllo4deqty ... AbUEa?dl=0" target="_blank" target="_blank" target="_blank" target="_blank" target="_blank" target="_blank" target="_blank

I have found it to be really resonant yet clear and nimble. What I appreciate most about the 6450/2 is that it’s a 6/4 that handle like a smaller horn. I had the opportunity to compare it head-to-head with the production model of the same horn and the difference was really noticeable to me.

Personal circumstances necessitate that I put it up for sale, or I honestly wouldn’t be thinking about parting with it. The horn is located near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. I’m not looking to ship the horn, but will try to work with anyone who has a serious interest in it. If the horn is still available in February, I plan to attend a portion of the Army Band Conference in Washington, D.C., and can bring it along.

Please feel free to be in touch with any questions (especially anything I may have forgotten to mention). I will respond to questions and interest in the order that messages come in.

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