I have a Getzen Custom 3062AFR Bass Trombone which I am very reluctantly selling. I bought it brand new in August 2005 but have only used it about 6 times since November 2008 as I have moved permanantly onto baritone. This instrument really is too good to have it sit idle in my office - I'd rather someone was playing it and enjoying it as much as I did! The instrument is in top notch condition. I have had it regularly serviced at Mick Rath's, and have maintained it carefully since the day I bought it. There are no dents anywhere other than a small ding on the crook of the slide next to the water key. The slide is really smooth and the valve action is better and quieter than any I have felt on any other instrument. The spec is: Bore Size: .562"/.578" dual bore, with the three interchangable lead pipes Tuning Slide: Yellow brass bow Handslide: Hand straightened nickel silver inside tubes (chrome plated with barrel shaped stockings) Yellow brass outside tubes with nickel silver end crook and oversleeves Bell: 9 ½", 21 gauge red brass with soldered rim Finish: Clear lacquer or bright silver plate Valves: Independent, open wrap F/Gb/D attachment 2 axial flow valves Mouthpiece(s): Dennis Wick 2NAL/0AL It has a Getzen hard case, which I haven't used since the day I bought it as I preferred a gig bag. I will also include the black and silver Advanced GIG bag which I got for £110. This instrument is retailing at £4,029 at Dawkes Music in London where I bought it originally. I am selling it for £2,200 but will consider any very near offers. PM any further questions or requests for photographs. Charmian.