FS: Yamaha Xeno YSL-8820 **SOLD**

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snieckarz
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FS: Yamaha Xeno YSL-8820 **SOLD**

Post by snieckarz » Sun Jun 24, 2018 7:16 pm

Hello all. For sale is an old student's Yamaha Xeno YSL-8820 trombone. The horn has two creases in the bell, three small pings in the bell flare, one tiny ping in the rotor knuckle, and misc. wear on the handgrips from normal use. Also, there is a slight bend in the bell/slide tubing probably due to Yamaha's thin brass. Very easy and inexpensive dent removal job. I just gave the horn a teardown and thorough cleaning. The rotor is in great shape and the slide is very good as well. The case has two small cracks on the back. Included is a Yamaha Peter Sullivan and Bach 61/2 AL mouthpieces.

I'm a Getzen and Elkhart-era Conn guy, but, this horn does play well! I like the rotor linkage as you can customize how much torque you want in the action. Yellow brass bell, and can take a large volume of air without the sound spreading. I have a brief video clip of the horn in Dropbox:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zbfm3mntms78 ... tm-ha?dl=0

The price? Make me an offer. Payment is by Paypal. I will sell internationally. PM with any questions or if you want to make an offer. Thanks!
-Steve Nieckarz
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