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The Hoyer K10 is a true professional horn based on the Alexander 103. It is a very feature rich horn. The horn has a detachable leadpipe, and the leadpipe comes with multiple mouthpiece receiver bits that can be easily swapped to fit any mouthpiece shank. Ergonomics are highly unlikely be an issue with an adjustable handrest, pinky hook, and thumb trigger. Linkages are mechanical, and the change valve can be easily switched for the horn to stand in either F or Bb.
This K10 is in great shape. There is some slight scratching on the lacquer of the bell tail from a masterful repair by Houghton Horns, and there is evidence of dent removal on the first valve F slide. The first valve dents appear to possibly be a case issue, so a buyer would have the option of purchasing the horn for a lower price without a case or opt for a Bonna backpack case.
The horn plays very well, with a good high range and an excellent low register.