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Ain't she a peach! The Buescher Aristocrats are stunning players. Yours
looks like it's in incredible condition. Nice score!
 

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Wow. Very pretty. That certainly looks like original lacquer; it's the right color, and the engraving's fresh to. Is that the stock mouthpiece?

I've got one of about that vintage - not quite as clean as your yours - that's up next in my overhaul schedule.
 

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I think it's original Lacquer, the engraving is very crisp. It is the original mpc, i play a metal Florida Link 6*.....I'm really a tenor player, but i love that alto.....i hope i can combine them...
 

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Wow is right; beautiful horn!
 

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I have both an alto and tenor Buescher, both TH&C, and I love them both. But I have to say they don't look anything like THAT! Very nice find!
 

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Someone found themselves a closet queen. :)
 

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Played it tonight, tuning is fine and it plays great.
I also have a similar tenor, not as mint as this one but very still very nice. But it needs an overhaul.
 

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beautiful!
 

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Nice find! I've got a '45 that's minty like that. Great horns.
 

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Well, I also have a Buescher Big B alto (circa 1945) in near pristine condition and a 1947-48 Buescher TH&C tenor.
Maybe we should start a club . . .
 
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