Buescher True Tone
Big beautiful sound. From the late-1920s. This horn has a lot of character. Some charming quirks. Upper resister is a little high in pitch, like many older horns, but allows you to really fill up the sound. Feels almost like a tenor, such a big sound. Very special horn. This horn looks great, too.
Buescher Aristocrat Series II, “Big B”
This is made in the 1940s and has a big beautiful sound. These are becoming more and more popular these days.
Probably an intermediate model. For students and professionals. This has a modern feel – a lot of brightness and projection. Great for lead alto work. Would cover the section well. Easy to play.
Vito Model 37 – 55xx A
Probably never played. Lacquer is almost perfect. Plays great.
Vito Transitional – 44xx A
Transitional Model. This is the model I am currently playing as my main horn.
This is made in the Beaugnier Factory, just like the Vitos from this era (1960s). This horn has a sweet sound!
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