Name: Wes Hatch
City: Wauwatosa
State: WI
Country: USA
Bore: .468"
Alloy: Yellow Brass
Bell: Detachable
Lacquer: No
Case: Yes
Condition: Excellent
Other Details: H190 was Holton's Geyer model. This was the first of the factory Geyer copies. The prototype was based on a Geyer owned by Phil Farkas.

The configuration and shape of branches were copied from Phil's horn, but the bell, leadpipe, and first branch were all Holton existing parts.

The H190 looked like a Geyer, but didn't really play like one.

The horn that I have for sale is completely redone.
Starting with a complete teardown, and my Resonance Rehab I added a complete hand hammered bell made by Berndt Sandner. I also installed the first branch and leadpipe that I use on my Custom horns.

This H190 produces a warm sound with a multitude of tonal colors depending on dynamics. Resonance and response are a vast improvement over the original components.
The leadpipe enables smoother intervals, and less resistance.
Extras: Pictures available upon request


Telephone: (414) 510-0379

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