Getzen: Getzen (USA) Severinsen Model "ETERNA" B ♭ Trumpet

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Getzen ETERNA Severinsen Model, who loves Popular Music Scene Dok Cavaline Sennu

Getzen B ♭ Trumpet, ETERNA (Eterna) Subaline Sebaline Model. 120 mm Two Early Brass Bells. 460'ML Bore. 3rd outlet tube finger hook mobile type. Silver plating finish. Made in 1969. No case. It is a sales item only for the main unit.

Bell's extensive repair trace. Remove the bell during repair, and there is a trace of each other solder. The unevenness of scratches, recesses and correction marks is found throughout. In-tube cleaning, soft mono exchange, and each point checked.

[Features and charm]
Dok Subarine Sen was a US entertainment program "TONIGHT SHOW" (1962-1992), and he played a live music with a big band, but many of them are the performance of Eterna Subarine Sen, this Getzen. model. It is not a heavy type, but it was not smooth feeling, not smooth feeling, not smooth feeling like BENGE and Schilke, which was popular in the same time. A brilliant tone that makes you feel bristo "Bell sound" is attractive.

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