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This trombone is in stellar shape for its age! The most notable signs of use would be some mild plating wear on the upper inner slide stocking. There is also a bit of acid bleed around the bell rim, as well. But those signs of use and wear tell us that we're looking at all original lacquer on this horn.It has aged beautifully, and matured to a nice light brown color. Very classy, in our opinion. The bell engraving is perfectly intact as well, and blemish-free. 2 small scratches can be found on the bell throat, and some mild lacquer wear can be found on the slide crook and bell receiver, but that's the full extent of the blemishes on this horn. Above the "Committee Model" engraving, there is an "Imperial" stamp and based on our research, Martin did have an Imperial line of trombones in the 1930s, long before their Imperial line from the 60's that generally produced horns that weren't quite as desirable as the older Imperials.
This horn was already in great shape when it got here, but it needed a cleaning to get back into tip-top playing condition. Our professional brass technician handled it with care when cleaning it, and spend some time aligning the slide as well. It's in great playing and cosmetic condition, and history tells us that these horns are very desirable, so it won't be here long. Hurry over and check it out before you miss your chance!
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