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This instrument plays as well as it looks. The P22 was originally a single valve model (with 9" gold brass bell). It's in nearly new condition with a beautiful golden patina on the original lacquer. I had the slide professional cleaned and tuned up by Bruce Belo in Orange County, and a new water value. Rotary valves look like they might be made by Meinlschmidt. Here is a modern Generation II Conn 62H inline bass trombone. There are scratches in the finish and some evidence of minor dings and dents that have been rolled out.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Belwin Mills (1967)

ISBN: B0043LYJWM

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