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Trade-ins ~

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

Click here to see how we use our descriptive terms:  Descriptive Terms

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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Callet Soloist, #514x ~

Callet Soloist Bb from apx 1985, completely handmade by Kanstul. Silver plate, .470 bore. Very good condition with no dents, not even any small dings. Very smooth valves with excellent compression - solid pop in all 3 valve slides. No sign of red rot. All slides are smooth and secure. Silver plate is 99.5% with only about 6 very minor surface chips like the one indicated with arrow in last pic on right.  

"I've greatly enjoyed playing this excellent original Soloist head-to-head against my personal horn, a 2015 Callet NY Soloist. Though I owned the same model 'back-in-the-day', I now more fully appreciate why this horn's big, fat and powerful sound remained the trumpet of choice for so many hundreds of professionals around the world - Philadelphia Pops, Tito Puente band, etc. This horn's sound will easily knock over section mates, yet it won't overly spread like current .470 designs with bugle bells. This model, Jerry Callet's 1st from-scratch design completely handmade in USA by Zig Kanstul, will easily challenge the top models from every other builder, regardless of price. Its straight bore .470 design with 4 7/8" bell will take all the air you can deliver. And though it can't compete with the focus and projection of Mr. Callet's very latest version, it will easily smother the rest of the competition. I will hate to see this trumpet go because it truly is a powerhouse of modern design, several decades beyond most every other trumpet. At this price, it's a very special buy." - KES

 Price is for trumpet with no case and mouthpiece.  .... $1150    Add to CART   

 

 

Our trade-in trumpets are sold as is. Sorry, no demo period for our trade-in horns.

Shipping for trumpet, no case:

bulletIn Conti US add $25 for UPS ground.
bulletOverseas orders add $55 for USPS shipping, payment by verified PayPal or electronic bank transfer only.
bulletFor PayPal payments (USA only) submit your order and we will promptly respond with our PayPal address so you can send payment.
bulletOverseas orders use "AL" as state during the ordering process
 

Shipping for trumpet and case:

bulletIn Conti US add $35 for UPS ground.
bulletOverseas orders add $75 for USPS shipping, payment by verified PayPal or electronic bank transfer only.
bulletFor PayPal payments (USA only) submit your order and we will promptly respond with our PayPal address so you can send payment.
bulletOverseas orders use "AL" as state during the ordering process

 

*Trade-in dollars are non-transferable and non-returnable. They available exclusively as credit towards the purchase of a new Callet SIMA trumpet.

 

How we use our descriptive terms:

Condition: Surface: Valves Slides Bell Body Compression
Excellent On close inspection, may have a few minor dings or blemishes on close inspection, but looks essentially new from a foot away. very smooth smooth and functioning no signs of repair no signs of repair Finger sealing out-port on each slide demonstrates no significant hiss
Very good May have some surface wear at contact points. Any dents visible from a foot away will be noted. very smooth smooth and functioning any sign of repair or dent removal would be minor minor signs of repair work, at most minor hiss at most
Good We would not expect any visible damage to significantly alter the sound or playability but such damage will be noted in in each individual description smooth may need some work to loosen but no signs of damage any repair work would appear professionally done to good standards any repair work would appear professionally done to good standards may at some point need valve job but we don't think one is needed now
Fair May need work may need work may need work past repairs might be visible past repairs might be visible may need valve job

* 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.