If you would like to trade your current trumpet towards a state-of-the-art Callet SIMA then send us an email. We will promptly respond with a quote of its trade-in value*.
Include brief description - Make, Model, Pitch, Finish, and Condition: Trade-in
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Recently traded trumpets available for purchase:
We do not sell horns with known problems unless the problems are announced upfront. All of our used horns are trade-ins on new Callet SIMA trumpets. Most have been owned by professionals so they've been properly cared for. We don't service the horns, but we look them over and play them before moving them on at good prices "as is". Sorry, we do not take trades towards used trumpets.
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Bach Stradivarius Bb, with #72 bell, ML bore. Serial #6028xx places it at
pre-strike, apx 2003-4. Very good condition, silver plate is 100% with a small
dent on end of 1st slide, a small ding on bell bow, and a few small dings on
bell at forward bell brace. Leadpipe is very clean, no sign of rot inside or
out. Compression appears very good - solid pop when 3 slides are pulled, no
leaks. Includes Includes Bach zippered hard case in excellent condition .... $
Like new. Serial #10xx. Handmade in the
USA with top notch craftsmanship. The Vermeer uses Marcinkiewicz' "Classic" bell
in 5" diameter. The leadpipe is the #5, their most recommended pipe. Bore is ML
(.459"). Horn is in like-new condition, 100% silver with gold trim, no dents,
dings, or pings. Previous owner reported that he had 1 small ding removed from
bell bow, but we can't see any sign of this. Valves and slides are all silky
smooth. No case or mouthpiece. SRP $
Our trade-in trumpets are sold as is. Sorry, no demo period for our trade-in horns.
*Trade-in dollars are non-transferable and non-returnable. They available exclusively as credit towards the purchase of a new Callet SIMA trumpet.
* We visually inspect every leadpipe for red rot. If we see any clear signs of existing red rot then we'll note it in the horn's individual description. If red rot is not noted in the description that means we do not see any with visible inspection of the outside surface of the horn or inside the leadpipe.