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I have been hooked on my old Martin and Selmer NLB horns. I don't use the serieiii at all, not used in almost a year.
I bought it brand new in Long Island NY for $4,500. It plays as good or better tnan most new horns. Am selling it for $2,200. Unfortunately two years ago I dropped it and the low pinky L/h keys were bent and I had it totally disassembled by the noted repairman Craig Lindsay in Islip, NY. The horn is straight as arrow, but there are signs of lacquer removal (slight) where solder was used on a few posts. This is reason I am selling so cheap, the horn is otherwise in mint copndition. Bruce Brennan, W. Islip NY. [email protected] Phone# 631-539-4049. I don't have photos but my daughter could do it as she has know-how to get photos on net (Not me) or anyone could see it in person at my home. Bye-
 

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Alto?? Tenor?? Sop??? Bari?? Bass??? Contrabass???
 

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queperknuckle said:
How can anyone, in their right mind, admit to dropping a selmer horn?
Maybe because they are honest?
 

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This wasn't even placed in a selling related thread....IE marketplace. Let alone all the other issues present.
 

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queperknuckle said:
How can anyone, in their right mind, admit to dropping a selmer horn? Dude, no one is going to buy it if you admit that you dropped it.
Wanna bet?
Dropping it probably made it better.
 
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