[Trombone-l] dg talks equipment???
jeff at jeffalbert.com
Thu Nov 3 15:59:32 CST 2005
On Nov 3, 2005, at 2:14 PM, dslide13 at aol.com wrote:
> I didn't realize that the factory was still in Eastlake, OH. None
> of my other horns make the claim in the engraving. The case for
> this horn also indicates that it is from the period when King had
> merged with Seeburg.
> David Gibson
The Seeburg era isn't usually regarded as a high point. Your student/
pusher just got a good one.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric & Candice Swanson <swan325 at earthlink.net>
> To: dslide13 at aol.com
> Cc: trombone-l at samford.edu
> Sent: Thu, 03 Nov 2005 13:57:59 -0600
> Subject: Re: [Trombone-l] dg talks equipment???
> dslide13 at aol.com wrote:
> > A student of mine recently picked up a 1970 King 4B from the
> Eastlake > factory. After a few minutes playing this horn, I fell
> for it. He > was so surprised at my reaction that he suggested he
> leave it with me > for a couple of weeks. Now I realize that he's a
> pusher. He came by > for his lesson and took the horn back with him
> to try himself. I knew > it would happen soon enough, but man I
> miss that horn.
> > What did they do at this Eastlake factory to make the horns so
> The horns are still made in Eastlake now. Unless yours is really
> old, it was made in Eastlake too.
> Eric Swanson
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