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Kessler music shows both the "A" engraving with the keys engraved, and the "B" engraving with no keys engraved.
 

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matsuo said:
Kessler music shows both the "A" engraving with the keys engraved, and the "B" engraving with no keys engraved.
If you read further on that page Kessler states that the "A" engraving is not being offered any longer. That "B" engraving omits the body tube and keys.
 

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It has been several years since the "A" engraving style was discontinued.
I am saddened too.:cry:

I don't like the B style all that much.
 

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Oh well.

As long as the "B" engraving keeps me from buying that horn I shouldn't really complain especially when my A991UL is every bit as good a horn as the A9937 for 1/3 the price of the A9937. Plus the UL gives that vintage horn look and feel (and smell). :)

GAS is a terrible thing--it just creeps up on you. ;)
 
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