FS: King 2B Liberty

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snieckarz
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FS: King 2B Liberty

Post by snieckarz » Tue Jun 26, 2018 2:10 pm

For sale is a late 1930's King 2B Liberty trombone. Considering the age, the bell is in good shape! Miscellaneous minor dents in the tuning slide and small pings on the bell. The tuning slide moves freely. The handslide will need a slide job/trip to The Slide Dr. There are a few small dents keping the slide from functioning at 100%. Also, you'll see in a few of the photos, there is some pitting at the hand contacts and small holes where the fingers come in contact with the slide posts. Again, something The Slide Dr. or any fabulous technician could repair. The horn comes with the original case and a King 11M mouthpiece. The case is missing one latch, but, comes with the original key for the locks.

Photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/dkwfhuh52dhl ... afLra?dl=0

I played the bell with the slide from my 1950's 2B. Plays with a typical 2B sound. Mellow, full, and great color to the sound.

Price is $525 with shipping in the lower 48 States included, payment by Paypal. I will sell internationally but would need to calculate shipping before final price. If you have any questions, feel free to send me a message. Thanks!
-Steve Nieckarz
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