FS: Early 1990’s Bach 42G *Sale Pending*

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Danforth
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FS: Early 1990’s Bach 42G *Sale Pending*

Post by Danforth » Sat May 23, 2020 3:07 pm

I am selling my early 1990’s Bach 42G. The bell has had the lacquer stripped by the previous owner and the horn features no dents or cosmetic damage other than typical lacquer wear. The slide is lightweight nickel-silver and plays wonderfully. 10/10. The rotor works fine and has a quick throw. I will also include an Altieri gig bag on request. I am asking for $1500 OBO. Feel free to send me a PM- I am willing to negotiate!
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Etucker91701
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Re: FS: Early 1990’s Bach 42G

Post by Etucker91701 » Sat May 23, 2020 5:50 pm

Looks like a 42BOG (?)
A 42G is a straight horn. You might want to update your description.
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BGuttman
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Re: FS: Early 1990’s Bach 42G

Post by BGuttman » Sat May 23, 2020 6:02 pm

Actually LT42BOG.

Good luck finding it a home. LT slides usually work well with gold bells.
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