Buy awesome vape pens and other vaporizer accessories for your 420 vape needs. Join our email blast list and be the first to receive awesome discounts & loyalty codes. I have been looking for my own horn for a long time but I'm very tight on a budget. I'm a student in high school so I'm using a borrowed instrument, but I would love my own. Because it isn't my main instrument, I want to stick pretty low.
My choices for budget horn include vintage olds, reynolds, conn 6d, sometimes King horns. these are usually pretty cheap and are still great players. I can't remember the details off the top of my head, but there are sources online for detailing precisely what vintages are of repute. Last week I saw an elkhart made 6d (my favorite of the three) in good shape go for VERY little money. Sometimes Ken Pope has a budget offering or two available. One benefit of going through someone who knows what they are doing is that the most likely problem associated with these old horns (leaky worn valves) will have been tested and addressed if required. If you go eBay, just make sure you buy a used horn.
The majority (if not all) of the cheap new horns on eBay are absolute shit. If it comes with 'white gloves' it is probably a piece of crap. I want to buy my daughter a french horn for her birthday. She will be turning 12 and just finished her first year playing. Can I get some opinions on this horn and let me know if it's a good buy? I'm In the 10th grade, and I use a rented horn still. It is a 2 or 3 thousand dollar horn, which is what you will have to pay to get anything that your daughter can be outstanding on, but a one thousand dollar one is a decent place to start. I think your best option is to rent until you know she will be playing the horn for a while, because it would suck to dish out anywhere from one to three thousand dollars for a decent horn. Also, if the horn you're looking at only costs 450 dollars, there is probably something seriously wrong with it, seeing as double horns are usually quite expensive. I'd strongly recommend that you discuss the purchase of a horn with her teacher. There is huge variation in the quality of Chinese-made horns (no matter what's stamped on the bell) and many repair techs will not work on them. Problems include issues with valves, welds coming loose, and a host of intonation issues. I bought one for a hundred dollars from a retired band director - not a brass man - just to satisfy my curiosity. It's just what I expected - wonky and fairly hard to get good sounds from. If she loves the horn and continues to play, you'll find your resale from a good student horn is well worth your time in researching. Good places to find used horns: International Horn Society - IHS (registration on site is free and there are horns for sale in the classified section) There are many reputable dealers, but these three sources are ones I've known over the years and can vouch for. One other good idea - when you sign in to the IHS website you'll see "programs" in the menu. There you'll find listings for both regional symposia as well as the big international gatherings. Every regional conference I've gone to offers the chance to try a multitude of horns from the vendors who attend. One last thought - she'll do better on a well built used horn than a shiny new poorly designed instrument. Good luck in your search - One seriously ancient hornist with 53 years in thus far. In our huge selection of water pipes for sale we have glass pipes, ceramic pipes, stone and metal pipes, and silicon pipes.
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