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All instruments sold to us are carefully repaired and adjusted before being handed over to the next player. Please be assured that we have established our own assessment criteria to maximize the value of your instrument.

 

We guarantee the highest cash purchase price in the industry for brass instruments.

You are considering selling your brass instrument. You may have left it stored for a while, or you may have continued to use it without having had a chance to take it in for maintenance.... There may be some problems, large or small, but basically, you can sell the instrument in its original condition.

However, there may be some problems, large or small, but basically, you can sell them in their original condition. However, there are many people who think, "I should at least check the movement of the pistons," or "The appraisal value might go up if I polish it a little. However, since unfamiliar operation checks and polishing work may lead to unexpected troubles, please pay attention to the following points to protect your instrument from unnecessary accidents!

Points to note before selling

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The piston or tuning tube is stuck! What should I do?

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Please do not force them to move, and sell them as they are.

Do not force a stuck piston or rotary. Some people cause deep scratches inside or distort the piston shaft or lever.

The same goes for extractor tubes and tuning tubes. A surprisingly large number of people pull forcibly, distorting the tube body or bell, or removing the stretcher seat or support.

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Blackened plating on the surface of the instrument, dirt on the paint! The inside of the tube is also quite dirty...

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Cleaning the instrument is the most effective way to increase the valuation! I'm sorry, but...

However... careless cleaning may cause scratches on the surface of the instrument. In addition, unexpected force may be applied during cleaning, causing distortion of the windpipe! We appreciate that you do not want to sell the instrument in a dirty condition. Please sell it in its original condition.

 

Manufacturers we have purchased

Trumpets (Cornet, Flugelhorn)

YAMAHA

Vincent Bach

Schilke

C.G.CONN

KING

D.CALICCHIO

MARTIN

INDERBINEN

Weber

Schagerl

J.MONKE

J.Lechner

MONETTE

BENGE

COUESNON

XO

etc...

Trombone

Vincent Bach

KING

K&H

Hans Kromat

Thein

GETZEN

S.E.Shires

Courtois

C.G.CONN

LATZSCH

YAMAHA

M.Rath

etc...

French horn

ALEXANDER

C.G.CONN

Holton

Hans Hoyer

YAMAHA

Kuhn

Dieter Otto

H.F.Knopf

H.F.Knopf

E.Schmid

PAXMAN

S.W.Lewis

Jungwirth

Willson

etc...

Euphonium, tuba, low middle brass

BESSON

Willson

YAMAHA

Meinl Weston

HIRSBRUNNER

MIRAPHONE

ALEXANDER

B&S

C.G.CONN

BM Symphonic

Meister Anton

Courtois

etc...

Please call or email us and let us know you are interested in selling.
We will explain the selling procedure.
If you would like to get an approximate estimate, please let us know the type of instrument you have, make, model name, how long it was purchased, and how long you have used it (approximate is fine). (Approximate is fine.) Please let us know how long the instrument has been in use and how long you have had it.
Regarding the condition of the instrument, please describe the condition of the paint and plating on the exterior. The operation of the piston, rotary, and each tube.
Any dents or scratches that stand out. Please describe as much as you know.


 

CAUTION!

The recycle stores mainly deal in precious metals, watches, bags, and so on. When I ask them about a wind instrument, they become reluctant to sell it to me, and eventually turn me down.

Some shops that claim "We'll buy anything! The majority of items are the same as the above. Some of them may accept the offer, but they only check the make and model name of the instrument and that's it. They are too busy looking things up on their computers and doing calculations. In the end, we were left with an appraised value that, from our point of view, was probably missing one zero. Unfortunately, there are many people who leave the items behind, wondering if that's all there is to it. It is a waste of money.

Indeed, many wind instruments are sold at auctions.
However, most of them end without a single bid, let alone reaching the desired price.
Why is this?
Maintenance and adjustment are the lifeblood of wind instruments. In principle, there are no claims, no returns, and no aftercare guarantees, so buying a wind instrument, no matter how low the price, is a very big risk. Without demand, there is no supply. Auction listings are just a waste of time and effort.

In fact, did you get the wind instruments you have now from a nearby recycle store or online auction?
Most of you probably purchased your wind instruments at a specialty store.


Please leave the sale of your wind instruments to our wind instrument purchase specialty store.

It is quite simple, but it is the right choice.

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