Virtuosi Euphonium, Stagg Trombone and mouthpieces for sale

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  1. bobbyp

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    I have my Virtuosi Classic Compensating Euphonium for sale. It has suffered a small crease near the rim of the bell (photos on request) but this is still a fine euphonium. I believe it is only 18 months old. First Brass sells the cheaper one at £1,731.06, although the R.R.P is £2,885.10, so i am going to ask for £1200. For an 18 month compensating euphonium this is an utter bargain.

    I also have a Stagg Tenor Trombone for sale. I have not played it, i bought it from the bay under the impression it was a bass - the guy shipped the wrong trombone sent me the tenor then offered me a refund minus postage but said i could keep the bone. So here it is...£50.

    I also have a list of mouthpieces which i will update later when ive rounded them all up...

    Any questions please feel free to ask. Buyers welcome to check out the horns, or ask for photos [​IMG]
     
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  3. Aussie Tuba

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    I had a similar problem with post when I bought my sousaphone of ebay. The Bell had a crease in it.
    First thing I did was get it repaired. Might help your sale if you'd done the same.
     
  4. bobbyp

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  6. bobbyp

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    Would anyone consider a trade for a small 4-valve Bass Tuba, Eb or F i dont mind which?
     
  7. Aussie Tuba

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    have you asked Virtuosi if they would buy the euph back ?
     
  8. bobbyp

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    Would they do that? If they would i dont have any of the original paperwork, i bought it second hand myself...
     
  9. Aussie Tuba

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    well they may trade in 2nd hand virtuosi' instruments and may buy it back. always worth asking the question. My repairer has a retail business conected to his factory and will always buy used instruments so many other repairer or retail may consider buying if Virtuosi won't. Big question is what will they pay for it? still worth looking round.
     
  10. bobbyp

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  11. BRASSBANDGIRL

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    just made you an offer on ebay
     
  12. bobbyp

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    Two days left of this auction and then its going for a trade!
     
  13. bobbyp

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    All sold!
    Thanks for everyone who helped!
     
  14. wendymthomas

    wendymthomas New Member

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    very happy with it too
     
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