All horns and parts are built by hand
Computer aided design
Each horn is custom fit to the specific player for optimal performance
Gold add $30
Geyer Wrap custom built horn
Geyer Wrap custom built horn with a cut bell
This Lawson Fourier was made in 2004 and was one of the last horn made in the Boonsboro shop. The horn plays very well with a rich tone. It has an adjustable pinky hook as well as the original duck foot. The horn is lacquered and has a few small dings that are barely noticeable. It comes with a Lawson mouthpiece cup (S 670) and rim (p10g 700)
This ambronze Fourier was made in 1993 In Boonsboro Md. The horn was used professionally for its whole life and can be heard on a number of recordings. The lacquer is warn but horn has a lot of days left in it. These horns are fantastic and center well and have a wonderful tone.
This nickel bronze Fourier was made in Boonsboro Md in the year 2000. It has normal lacquer wear and is in good condition with a small protective patch In the bell flare. The horn was used for a professionals car rear with the Phantom of the Opera for many years. The horn plays excellent.
What a horn! This Elkhart N series 28D is in excellent condition. A few very small dings but nothing big ever. This is the brass version of the 8D that has been heard in many sound tracks over the years. The horn plays we And looks great but could do with a valve job as the compression is a bit on the low end. for this price you could get a valve job and it would still be a bargain. The pictures don’t do it justice.
this horn was made in Boonsboro Md and is made of Ambronze. It’s in good condition with normal lacquer wear. It plays very well with a full horn sound slowing the player to play in the upper range more securely.
This is a very rare opportunity to own a horn built by George McCracken. This horn plays great, has a detachable mouthpipe, detachable bell and looks vertically new. It’s unlacquered and has excellent valve compression. This is a superb horn.
Vintage Alexander 103 in nickel plate. This horn had the valves rebuilt recently and plays well. The horn has a strap added to help with grip.
New horn. SOLD
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a Atkinson AG 3000 with hollow rotors made for a player in the Boston Symphony. This horn is currently owned by one of the members of the symphony and possesses the crest of the symphony on the bell tail. Horn is in very good condition. Raw brass and a cut bell.
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