Wanted: 3rd Valve Trigger Screw...

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Lisa, Jul 21, 2009.

  1. Lisa

    Lisa Member

    Does anyone have any idea where I can get a screw for a 3rd Valve trigger on a cornet?

    I have an 8 year old Besson Sovereign cornet that I want to sell...but first I need to get the trigger mended. Unfortunately I have lost the screw! ...and I have been told that the screws are no longer made and are quite difficult to find...

    (Also, if anyone has any ideas on how much I can expect to sell an 8 year old Besson Sovereign for, I would be interested to know...)
  2. jockinafrock

    jockinafrock Active Member

    Bob Young of www.artisantechnic.com may be able to help. He's based near Telford and has helped me out on a few occasions. An instrument repairer he also has a few contacts of spare parts in the area! Good luck! Ph: 08701 371904. email: info@artisantechnic.com :D
  3. Lisa

    Lisa Member

    Thanks, I will check it out :)
  4. Jimmy_2121

    Jimmy_2121 Member

    try the windcraft website, they have a lot of spares available and I've always had next day delivery when in stock.
  5. worzel

    worzel Member

  6. sop@55

    sop@55 Member

    prestige cornet spares

    i'm surprised my tuning slide "nut" (no, not me) has not fallen off my 11 year old prestige cornet before! whilst buffet crampon's rep was helpfull the suppliers are not so i found a replacement on "nuts&bolts.com" m3 locknut 10 for 30p. please spread the word! :clap:
  7. Anno Draconis

    Anno Draconis Well-Known Member

  8. sop@55

    sop@55 Member

    thanks for that! unfortunalely the same is not available for the prestige! possibly because they changed the design because of inherent faults (albeit minor and certainly not detracting from the beautiful sound it makes). it centres around the trigger linkeage on the tuning slide! enjoy semi retirement.
  9. worzel

    worzel Member

    I you sure they're not compatible? Some parts work equally well for cornets and tenor horns, for instance.

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