WTB: Straight Gooseneck/Neckpipe for Bach 36BOC

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WTB: Straight Gooseneck/Neckpipe for Bach 36BOC

Post by climbingoddess » Mon Aug 13, 2018 1:30 pm

I picked up a Bach 36 on CraigsList that had a valve added, making it a custom convertible horn. Didn't come with a straight neckpipe, and before I go and get one custom made or whatever, I thought I'd see if anyone has one laying around...!
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Re: WTB: Straight Gooseneck/Neckpipe for Bach 36BOC

Post by BGuttman » Mon Aug 13, 2018 1:55 pm

I have a straight 36C neckpipe sitting around (different from 36CO), but you might also want to make sure they put the stays in the correct place for a 36CO before you buy one.
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