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This is an older style Yamaha 668ND with a custom bronze bell made by Miles O’Malley, a customization inspired by work done by the Lawsons on many 8Ds. As one would expect from a used horn, there are some dents and dings throughout, but the horn is structurally sound. The valves were rebuilt at some point, meaning great compression.
The new bell gives this horn an amazing sound, and it plays well across the entire range. It would be a fantastic horn for a advancing young student or an enthusiast looking for a unique horn that sounds and plays great. The MB5 case included is well worn, but structurally sound and has brand new zipper pulls.