FS: Ritter gig bag for tall tuba

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Heavy_Metal
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FS: Ritter gig bag for tall tuba

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This is the bag that my Mahillon came in. It's way too big for that horn and I've since gotten one that fits much better (thanks, tubaport!). I'd keep it if I had a use for it.

This bag is a relaxed, but quite workable, fit on my Sonora, which is 43.5 inches tall and has a 16.5 inch bell diameter. But I have a Cronkhite bag for this tuba.

The bag is in good, serviceable used condition. The inside is fairly well padded. Here are some pics. The first one shows the pockets- looks like the one on the right can handle a standard folding music stand, but I don't have one of these so can't say for sure:
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And this one shows the straps:
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It's not a Cronkhite, and I haven't priced it like one. $250.00, which includes shipping to the continental USA.

PM on this board or e-mail sonoratuba@verizon.net" target="_blank. Thanks for looking.
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Frank
Old (early 1900s?) Alexander BBb proto-163
1976 Sonora (B&S 101) 4-rotor BBb
1964 Conn 20J/21J BBb (one body, both bells)
1970s Marzan Slant-rotor BBb
~1904 York 3-piston BBb Helicon
Old Alexander Compensating F, getting valve job
Heavy_Metal
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Re: FS: Ritter gig bag for tall tuba

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:tuba:
Frank
Old (early 1900s?) Alexander BBb proto-163
1976 Sonora (B&S 101) 4-rotor BBb
1964 Conn 20J/21J BBb (one body, both bells)
1970s Marzan Slant-rotor BBb
~1904 York 3-piston BBb Helicon
Old Alexander Compensating F, getting valve job
Heavy_Metal
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5 valves
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Re: FS: Ritter gig bag for tall tuba

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:tuba: :tuba:
Frank
Old (early 1900s?) Alexander BBb proto-163
1976 Sonora (B&S 101) 4-rotor BBb
1964 Conn 20J/21J BBb (one body, both bells)
1970s Marzan Slant-rotor BBb
~1904 York 3-piston BBb Helicon
Old Alexander Compensating F, getting valve job
Heavy_Metal
5 valves
5 valves
Posts: 1693
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Re: FS: Ritter gig bag for tall tuba

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Now on consignment at Baltimore Brass.
Frank
Old (early 1900s?) Alexander BBb proto-163
1976 Sonora (B&S 101) 4-rotor BBb
1964 Conn 20J/21J BBb (one body, both bells)
1970s Marzan Slant-rotor BBb
~1904 York 3-piston BBb Helicon
Old Alexander Compensating F, getting valve job
Heavy_Metal
5 valves
5 valves
Posts: 1693
Joined: Fri Jul 20, 2012 10:42 pm
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Re: FS: Ritter gig bag for tall tuba

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SOLD through Baltimore Brass.
Frank
Old (early 1900s?) Alexander BBb proto-163
1976 Sonora (B&S 101) 4-rotor BBb
1964 Conn 20J/21J BBb (one body, both bells)
1970s Marzan Slant-rotor BBb
~1904 York 3-piston BBb Helicon
Old Alexander Compensating F, getting valve job
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