FS: Fully Rebuilt "Corp" Bach 50

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jn79
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FS: Fully Rebuilt "Corp" Bach 50

Post by jn79 » Wed Jan 15, 2020 2:22 pm

First, a link to some images...

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1p-2Qv ... I3X-_epiVl

A brief story about what I had done to this instrument;

it started as a Single valve Bach 50, which had no lacquer and some red rot in one outer slide tube and slide crook.

So I purchased a MK drawing slide crook replacement, another (similarly dated to mine) Bach 50 single valve section, and a NY 50 brass leadpipe from the BrassArk. Then I handed everything over to M & W trombones and told them to build a like-new (traditional) Bach 50b3.

The result is this instrument, with their linkages and bracing on the bell section. They replaced the rotting tube and installed the crook; re-lacquered the entire instrument. They also ported and re-plated the rotors. You can see it comes with both a G and Gb slide for the second valve.

I have no problems including the very used, but perfectly functional, Marcus Bona case.

Asking $4,800 OBO...located in NY tri-state area. Feel free to Email or PM me.

Thank you!
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Re: FS: Fully Rebuilt "Corp" Bach 50

Post by dukesboneman » Wed Jan 15, 2020 8:39 pm

I can`t the link to work
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Re: FS: Fully Rebuilt "Corp" Bach 50

Post by Neo Bri » Wed Jan 15, 2020 8:51 pm

The link worked fine for me. I'm on Vivaldi - a chromium-based browser.
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Re: FS: Fully Rebuilt "Corp" Bach 50

Post by JoeAumann » Wed Jan 15, 2020 10:11 pm

Looks fantastic!
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Re: FS: Fully Rebuilt "Corp" Bach 50

Post by WGWTR180 » Thu Jan 16, 2020 10:18 am

Where in the NY Tri-state area are you located?
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Re: FS: Fully Rebuilt "Corp" Bach 50

Post by Crazy4Tbone86 » Thu Jan 16, 2020 1:31 pm

That is a fine looking horn! M&W does outstanding work, so I imagine it is a great player. I really like the linkages that they use....so clean and precise. I wish I had $4800 to spare!
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Re: FS: Fully Rebuilt "Corp" Bach 50

Post by tomato » Fri Jan 17, 2020 11:29 am

nice price ????????????? :horror:
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Re: FS: Fully Rebuilt "Corp" Bach 50

Post by Crazy4Tbone86 » Sat Jan 18, 2020 10:28 pm

Well.....you need to think about who rebuilt that horn. I'm sure that M & W worked their voodoo on that horn in such a way that it plays like one of their $7000 bass trombones. I have done chemical cleans and maintenance on a couple of M & W instruments. There is a big difference in how they assemble a horn. Solder joints are perfect, alignments and parallelisms in tubing are exact, etc..... You get what you pay for!
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