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NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell

NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell

NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell
It is time for me to thin the herd, My wife may be right that a retired Army bandsman probably doesn’t need three bass trombones. I still have a dual trigger and my dance band custom that I assembled so I should be ok. This came back from the shop last week with a full sonic cleaning, adjustments and lube to all tuning and hand slides. Lube and adjustments to the valves, restrung and working at 100%. It received a clean bill of health from my brass guy John. This King an excellent player player normal lightscratching and signs of wear, but in very nice overall shape. I did not find any obvious dents, inner slide stockings are pristine. Slide is a good 9 out of 10. A couple of small spots on the outer bell flare under the lacquer. Lacquer looks like 90% A very presentable Early Duo Gravis with a four digit serial number, 970x, which according to my repair tech makes it a very early Duo Gravis. I played one in a National guard band for a very wide range of playing styles from brass choir to Dance Band. This one is in good condition. It has an interesting in-line rotor configuration, where the F and Gb triggers are both operated by the left thumb. The hand hold shows a bit of wear complete with a discolored area. The Slide is very good and this horn is great to play. This Bass trombone is ideal for advanced students that are looking to acquire a gigging bass trombone, or the budding professional that needs a reliable bass trombone. I have a video on YouTube not very good but you can hear it! Go to YOUTUBE search for img 2460 duo gravis. It has a nice rigid Protec International case, (NOT A GIG BAG) very protective but only 16 pounds with the horn. The case is missing a shoulder strap. I never had it but did not miss it. The item “NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell” is in sale since Thursday, November 15, 2018. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Brass\Trombones”. The seller is “hmm_88″ and is located in Bellevue, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: King
  • Type: Bass
  • Color: Yellow Brass
  • Model: #2106 Duo Gravis
  • Finish: Lacquered
  • Key: Bb
  • Bell Material: Brass
  • Finish Material: Yellow Brass
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States

NEW PRICE Duo Gravis Bass Trombone King 6B Dual Dependant triggers 10 Bell