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Lacquered Miraphone piston trombone

In perfect aesthetic and functional condition. The pistons and pumps run smoothly and have very good compression. It has been cleaned, serviced and ready for sale. Good sound and tuning. Aesthetically, it is in good condition, with no dents, repairs or marks. Keeps the lacquer in good condition. It may have some small marks due to use. We offer financing. If you want to know anything else, photos, contact us. We do not deliver a mouthpiece with the instrument. You have a one-week trial and one year warranty. Free shipping. International buyers consult shipping costs. Technical characteristics. C tuning. Material. Brass 240 mm pavilion. Long model. Drain in general pump. Lacquered finish. Built-in lectern holder. With the development and production of brass instruments in Waldkraiburg, Miraphone continues the tradition, experience and mastery of our craftsmen that we inherited from our founders in Graslitz. In the field of instrument production, we strive to maintain our extremely high quality in the international market. These experienced craftsmen build top-quality instruments that fit the growing needs of musicians. Many of our artisans are passionate musicians. After being expelled from their homeland after World War II, 13 instrument makers from Graslitz founded the „Graslitz Instrument Making Craftsmen's Cooperative“ in Waldkraiburg in 1946. Miraphone has maintained the legal form of a Cooperative to this day. today, and is under the auspices of the „Bavarian Association of Cooperatives“. Many of the artisans are joint owners of the Cooperative.

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(May show slight signs of use)

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