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jonf

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Normans - a bit inconsitent

Have you seen the equivalent advert for the alto model? On that, it says

"Please note, these models are supplied for bulk, education and AIPS sales only"

I wonder what would happen if a general customer was to buy one through the web site. They ought to honour the deal, but I wonder whether they will.

One thing for sure, it'll give a big knock to the strong used prices of Yamahahahas.
 

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old git

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Yes a great student horn,great price but you cant compare a Mauriat to a YTSS3,275 for sound,Mauriat's are the darkest and fullest sounding horn's i have tryed,i sold my 82Z Custom tenor to get my 2nd Mauriat but the Yamaha is an ideal cheaper horn.
Yes but being a wimp, I want a wimpish tone.
 

AlanU

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I'm not trying to hijack this thread, it's more puzzlement over Norman's pricing.
A month or so ago I bought a Conn-Selmer Prelude for an incredible £230, and recommended it to a friend. He checked the site and it is now £378.20!
What is happening?

Ask to buy the Yamaha, I'll be very surprised if they turn you down. Especially these days.
 
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