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Order by:. Available to:. Click Here. Double your traffic. Dont know much about bugles. It has just been repaired in a shop and everything works. The major dents have been removed and new cork and felt installed.

VERY close to mint condition. Case is in Excellent Condition. This Instrument is part of an estate that had been stored for 40 years!

Mouthpiece included. This bugle has one valve and slide. Shipping to lower 48 is Comes with case, mouthpiece, and extra parts. We even have the key to the case!

Getzen Deluxe Bass Baritone Single Valve and Slide in chrome Vintage. You are bidding on a vintage very good condition Getzen Bass Bari Bugle as used in Drum and Bugle Marching and Maneuvering Corps from yesteryear. This bugle has one valve and a slide. It is in almost mint condition- please see pictures to help determine condition. Contrabass: Bass pitch; Soprano bugle: High pitch; Baritone: Tenor pitch; Alto: Medium pitch; Are all bugles made of brass? Brass is the most common material used to create a bugle, but it is not the only material used for their creation. Copper is also an acceptable bugle material. Some bugles are created with a mixture of copper and brass. Bugle Mouth Bass, Inc. is a Wisconsin Non-Stock Corporation filed on August 8, The company's filing status is listed as Dissolved and its File Number is B The Registered Agent on file for this company is Joe Formiller and is located at W Chappa Rd, Berlin, WI Founded: Aug 08,

I know next to nothing about this, but one of our customers was kind enough to play it for me the other day, and it sounded good. He was ready to take it home, but since he was out looking for a French Horn, he said his wife wouldn't look too kindly upon him coming home with something else!

Weighs 22 pounds with the case. I have searched all over the internet, and have been unable to find one that looks like this. If anyone can share some information with me, I will be happy to add it to the description. Would make a great addition to someone's collection. Please ask any questions you might have Thanks very much!

It's from the late early 70's. It's a baritone marching bugle used by almost all Drum Corps back in the day. In the mid 70's they went to a model that had 2 valves on top. It's in the key of G if memory serves. The baritone is voiced like a traditional trombone. Shipping to the 48 contiguous States only. Also available for store pickup.

Thanks for checking out my listing. This collectibe. Rare, vintage, Ludwig Classic baritone G, one-piston bugle is in amazing condition! It includes the original Ludwig mouthpiece. Original case, and pair of white gloves.

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Insured shipping will be calculated based on the buyer's zip code. Feel free to ask before you bid. Item ships within 2 days of receipt of cleared payment. Thanks for bidding on this piece of drum corps history. And good luck! This is a used vintage baritone bugle mouthpiece marked Made In Czechoslovakia.

It appears to be nickel or Rhodium plated and has the ring still on it to attach to the instrument. The shank is small shank trombone sized. This mouthpiece is in very good condition. There are nicks. I have taken photos from several angles to allow you to check condition. If you click the photos. They will supersize for a better view. Please check my store for other auctions for brass mouthpieces and accessories.

The mouthpieces I sell have been cleaned and polished. The backbore has been brushed out and the shanks have been trued. If needed.

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All mouthpieces receive a final cleaning and inspection before they are shipped. There is generally a good supply available in my store, so check back from time to time Mouthpieces are bagged. Wrapped in bubble wrap, and shipped in a padded mailer. Shipping is free in the United States. This will ship via First Class Package International for overseas sales. International buyers may have to pay VAT. Customs fees, local delivery charges, and the package could be held in customs for several weeks.

There is no tracking for 1st Class International. You will receive a customs number, which may help you locate the package in customs. International shipping has taken as long as 6 weeks in a few cases.

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Please be patient and allow time for delivery. I will combine shipping on lots and only seek to get back my cost for supplies and postage.

Check my feedback and bid in confidence. They will be answered as soon as possible. I've been on for 16 years and, after retiring, have found buying and selling here rather enjoyable. Trips are made to the post office nearly every afternoon and will do my best to ship same day, if purchased before noon. It's estimated age is 35 to 40 years old.

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These types of horns were popular in drum corps. They stopped using them around the late 70's and early 80's.

The horn has a few minor dings in it but it doesn't affect the sound in any way. All of the tuning slides still work and it still plays great. Includes the mouthpiece and case. One of the latches on the case is missing. This is in the key of G. Horn is in relatively great shape for being out on a marching field it's whole life.

Minor dents on back bow. Main tuning slide, and tube between 1st and 2nd valve casing.

Valves work great! All slides can be pulled, water key corks are newer. Minor scratches on the finish but the finish is in great shape. Bell is in good condition and shows nicely. Includes nice hard case, it's a little beatup on the outside but the inside is nice and protects the horn nicely. This is a Baritone Bugle.

Made by the W. Ludwig Drum Company, in Chicago. It was one of the finest made by Ludwig, the company that invented the horizontal valve horn, for use in competition.

The single horizontal valve could be hidden from the judges. The only model number I can find is the on the valve sleeve. This baritone horn has been completely refurbed. And cleaned out. It has been given a complete chemical bath, with all tubing snaked out, then a bath with vinegar to remove any internal dirt, then another wash, then had alcohol run through it to disinfect it thoroughly.

Finally an exterior coat of Brasso polish to protect the finish. The valve was removed, meticulously brushed clean and oiled, and it plays perfectly. The slide portion was also cleaned, oiled, and fits perfectly. All the joints are air tight, there are no It does have some minor spots and foxing that would be expected of any horn of it's age.

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But it's NOT all dented and rust like many others in this price range. This is NOT a wall hanger or display piece. It is guaranteed to perform for you perfectly. The length is 22 inches without the mouthpiece, which IS included the overall height is 8. Sorry, but there is no case, but it does come complete with the mouthpiece.

All other locations can be quoted accurately after the auction. But feedback will attest to the fact that I don't overcharge on shipping. Please e-mail me with any questions and I'll do my best. Plays well. See pictures for exactly what you will receive. PayPal only. USA only, no warranty. Free shipping to continental US. All others must be approved in advance. Beautiful Getzen Titlist 2 valve baritone.

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Drum and bugle corps history! One of the early models of the upright valves, with the valve forward design. Plays good. Valves, slides and Amato water keys all function properly. One small dent in the back bow as pictured.

Other than that. The horn is like new. Very nice hard case included. At close of the auction. Winner will receive an invoice from me, with actual shipping cost. Please, wait for the invoice before paying! I still haven't figured out 's shipping formula. This is being sold as-is. No warranty expressed or implied.

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Bid early. Bid often and good luck! Both valves work freely. All slides work well. There are a few dings I tried to show in pictures. But they don't show up well but none affect the playing of this horn. Sounds good. Finish is average for it's age. Case is solid, but no handles. Latches are fine. Great horn for retro corps or alumni corp or just to play a bugle again. Please let me know if you have any questions. This is a made in the USA Slingerland baritone marching bugle with one rotary valve and 1 piston valve.

They both move freely. It is in good condition as pictured. Item comes with the original case as pictured and the mouthpiece. Check calculator for shipping price. We will remove the neck prior to shipping international for safety.

We are sure you will be pleased with your purchase but if for some reason you are not. Simply return it within 14 days of receiving it for a full refund of your purchase price although all international sales are final.

Thank you. Shipping price if for the lower 48 states only. Free shipping for the lower 48 states only. Used Smith Music Sales stencil baritone bugle in G is being sold as is for repair only. One slide is frozen. The other is free Single piston is frozen. But both valve caps unscrew One brace is missing completely.

One other needs to be resoldered One water key is missing completely Dings and dents. Mostly on bottom and bell Scuffs and scratches to finish Valve is stamped"54" 10" bell diameter CT Leominster. MA Southbridge. MA Established 0fe. Slides pull easy. No dents or visible scratches.

Original case is excellent. Be sure to click on pictures to enlarge. Please look the pictures over good and ask any questions you may have. I do my best to describe my items but at times may not mention things that are clear in my pictures.

Shipping cost includes very safe packing. Email me with any questions about item. Shipping or payment options. Conn Baritone Bugle. This unusual instrument is pitched one octave below a Bb trumpet. It also has a piston valve to lower the horn a perfect 4th putting the bugle in concert F.

It is over 70 years old. And in good condition. You can find more information about this instrument here: http:cderksen. It includes a mouthpiece. Instrument will be sold as is.

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No returns. This beautiful old chrome-plated baritone bugle is in excellent playing condition. It has a single piston valve which changes the playing key. There is one small ding in the bell. The valve lock screw is tight and the lead pipe could use a small solder repair.

It comes with a King 11M mouthpiece. The case has seen better days and would benefit from a generous application of Ductape. Has 1 Piston Valve and 1 Rotary Valve. Please see all pictures.

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Valves working good. I try to describe them to the best of my abilities. Some obscure items I may not have much knowledge about. Please note that it is a USED item and may have other issues that are not described. Please ask questions before bidding if you have concerns. I guarantee most of my items, All international items will be valued at the bid price.

Please do not ask to have the value be stated lower. Thank you for being interested in out items. Pickups are welcome on all items won locally. There are a few dents and bends in the brass body. There is some damage to the tube near the mouthpiece. Held together by tape. The pictures provided were taken of the exact item you will receive. Moments before the listing was written. Please make sure to review the images and ask any questions prior to bidding.

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Conn Baritone Bugle This piece is marked as serial Inside of which is the sticker: Getzen Deluxe Model" Please see pictures for more details Do not miss this fabulous opportunity!

Pay securely with your account through PayPal! Payment must be received within 4 days of the close of auction. If payment isn't received within 4 days. The auction will be revoked and a Non-Paying Bidder alert will be automatically filed. Your winning bid is a legal and binding contract. Thank you for your purchase! Packages are usually shipped within 24 hours of payment receipt excluding Holidays. The packaging and materials fee for this item is included in the shipping calculator.

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Here is a sweet old instrument. It's huge and I'm not exactly sure what it is. It is around 23 inches long and the bell measures 10 inches in diameter. I think it is a bugle made for the Marine Corps. It has an early serial number of It has two valves and not three which adds to my confusion.

It is marked as shown in the photographs. It has dings and I have taken photos of the dents and dings. Please take a good look at all the photos. Please contact me in advance for any non-USA shipping. Thank you for your time and consideration. Posted with Mobile. We will pack and send items within 72 hours of auction ending. We will leave feedback and ask that all buyers leave feedback as well as post detail seller ratings.

Serious Bidders Only. If you are unhappy with your purchase. We ask that you contact us immediately so that we may address the problem promptly Thank you and Happy Bidding. One piston and one rotary Professionally serviced. Evidence of professional dent removal only on bottom.

Otherwise dent free. Serial Number: dates it to somewhere in the late 's. Case is in rough condition. Latches are missing, only the middle one works. If not, it will ship for a little less. No dents or scratches.

The valve and slides move well. Comes with Getzen Mouthpiece. Serial number F Comes with it's case. Please see item notes for details. Our small business sells new and used video games. We take great pride in our service and strive to make every shopping experience great, if you have any issues please contact us first.

We constantly add new items, so please visit our store often! Product Information: Please Most photos are stock photos and do not depict the actual item. So please take a moment to read the description that is in yellow. We will be happy to respond quickly via email to any questions you have about an item, so feel free to drop us a line. We classify items in these categories: Brand New items are unused and factory sealed when packaging is applicable Refurbished items were returned to the manufacturer to ensure they meet original manufacturer functionality and specifications.

Like New items have very minor wear. If any. Items in Brand New. Like New Condition, or Refurbished condition are gift-quality, others are not recommended for gifts Very Good items are well cared for but will have light wear and tear from normal use. Good items show wear from consistent use. But remain fully functional.

They may be marked, have identifying markings on it, or show other signs of previous use. Acceptable items are fairly worn but continue to work with fully. Signs of wear can include aesthetic issues such as scratches. Dents, and discoloration. The item may have identifying markings o. King K Baritone Bugle 2 valve. King K Baritone bugle in rough shape still plays and valves move.

Slides are not stuck. Tarnished and missing silver plating where the hands would be wrapped around. There is a krinkle in the bell and a dent on the crook near the mouthpiece receiver. I tried to show all of this in pictures. No case but will carefully pack. I ship and sell to the U. Thank you for looking. For sale. I am the original and only owner of this horn. Which was a custom order from Kanstul.

In addition to Kanstul's standard configuration. I had Kanstul add additional protective beading during manufacturing, along the back and front bows of the horn for added ding protection.

Resulting in an easier blowing, more responsive horn than the compact baritone. Aside from just a very few minor dings you have to look hard for them. I couldn't get them to show in a photo this horn looks and plays The horn was broken in with Hetman synthetic oil from day one, and was conscientiously cared for throughout it's life. All slides move freely. The horn case included is in new condition used just once when the new horn was shipped to me T his is an honest and accurate appraisal of the condition and playability of this horn.

Getzen deluxe Elkhorn single valve marching baritone horn drum corps. Getzen single valve elkhorn in great condition comes with hard carrying case. Horn has E Z Tone mouthpiece. All tuning slides adjust freely and valve has excellent action. A beautiful rich tone from this horn will add depth and richness and variety to any marching band. Ultratone Baritone Bugle Horn F. The rim of horn is good shape. Awesome sounding Slingerland. Single valve, baritone bugle.

Berlin Bugle Mouth Bass Foundation Incorporated is a tax exempt organization located in Berlin, Wisconsin. Donations to Berlin Bugle Mouth Bass Foundation Incorporated are tax deductible. This organization has been in operation for 8 years, which makes it significantly younger than other noheynounce.comofits in . Dec 21,   I heard one say they caught a huge bugle mouth bass that tasted great.? What is this? Berlin Bugle Mouth Bass is a non profit group that began in Our once a year event is always held the last Saturday of July on the bank of the Fox River in Berlin WI. The event consists of a fishing tournament and a social gathering open to the public.

You'd have a hard time finding one in as good condition as this one. Great sound, great looking, great price. What are you waiting for?

Old Ultratone II 2v baritone bugle key of G. But handle broke off and was replaced by cord, as seen in pics. Wear, and tarnish consistent with its age no mouthpiece.

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For Parts or Repair. Vintage Titleist by Getzen Baritone Bugle? One valve Flugelhorn? I'll be honest with you here. I have no clue about bugles. I got this item at an estate auction and they called it a flugelhorn but all the pics I've seen of flugelhorns have multiple valves usually 3 and this one only has one.

It looks like a baritone bugle but I'll let you guys be the judge! Not sure what the sound would be like since it has no mouthpiece and it looks like there's a small dent in the bell see pics If you have any questions I'll try my best to answer them. The serial number is F Dings, scratches and finish loss.

Valve is sticky and rotary valve is siezed. No mouthpiece no case. Thank you for taking the time to view these terms! By placing a bid on my auction item s listed on. You agree to be bound by these terms of sale. Many of the items I put up for auction are purchased at estate sales. Garage sales, swap meets, etc. Many of my items are second hand used items. I search for interesting items that I think someone may be looking for that will sell on.

Some of these items get listed within a week after I've purchased them. I usually test the electronic equipment.

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But I do not run extended test's for extended periods of time. When I test an item and state How well an item will work when shipped across country. I have no control over. The contrabass bugle is the only member of the drum corps bugle line that has never been produced in a valve-less style, as it was developed when the drum corps rules allowed one piston valve and one rotary valve.

They changed to fit new rules along with the rest of the drum corps hornline, first receiving two vertical or in this case, slanted for ease of use piston valves, then 3 and later 4 valves to make the instrument fully chromatic.

In the s, contrabass bugles often have three or four valves, as is common on concert tubas. Instruments in any of these keys are generally larger in modern times compared to their older counterparts, although improved materials and construction techniques in the manufacture of instruments allows them to be made stronger and lighter than before.

Generally, the primary differences between pure concert tubas and contrabass bugles are. In fact, modern drum corps now use multi-key instruments originally developed several years ago for marching bands who wished to emulate the sound of contemporary G-instrumented drum corps hornlines.

In a drum and bugle corps, the marching style for contrabass bugles are the same as for the rest of the hornline. However, there can be small differences, especially with effects such as ripples of the hornline. Often, instead of snapping the horn up or down or to the side, the players will have their horns bell down on the ground and will snap their hands on top of the horn. The mouth of the large bell of a contrabass bugle can be used to display a colored elastic screen with a logo, as was done by the Madison Scouts in This usually does not affect the sound significantly, as long as the fabric is lightweight.

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