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I can tell you that there is a struggle in man power. Since they were taken over last year, their resources have been tightened and it's become a battle to gain more dealers and produce more product due to lack of company support. I love their horns and hope that they can survive the take over.
Well, if that's the case, stick a fork in them cause they're done. What you've described is the beginning of the end for most companies because as manpower falls off mistakes start to happen. Quality will suffer and demands won't be met. What's happening in Asia is what happens everywhere manufacturing is flourishing. Eventually the workers want better benefits and more money which means the bean counters will make cut backs which eventually derail the business. The cycle continues as now the shift is moving to mainland China as their labor force is still the cheapest. So, the good news is, you will probably still be able to get an Antiqua Winds horn, it just won't be anything like the one you have now.
 
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