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Dear Marjorie I'm not sure if you have come to the correct person - as you'll see from my biog, my expertise is in traditional Scottish music and song - which does not cover this genre of music.
Gary, I have seen just about everything in this crazy drum business. It is very possible that the Ludwig factory used a wood shim to fill a big gap between the reinforcement ring and the shell
Hi Bruce: The configuration of the piano is key here. Is it a vertical or grand? If vertical, how high (model number). If grand...how long? With that I can estimate it's worth. However, please
James, Well I would put it between the Conn and the King. As long as both are playable and in good condition you are comparing apples to apples so either one would be fine. The Armstrong I have some
Cindy - I'm sorry to hear about your dad. He did however leave you with the Cadillac of Saxophones- here's a blog I wrote about this very subject: < http://www.dlpmusiccommunity.com/2013/07/31/selmer-mark-vi/">