Sometimes you get lucky, sometimes it drags on for ages and the price gets lower and lower. You have to stop paying the fee to advertise in the locals or you'll loose even more money. In the end you either give up, convince yourself you can live without the new horn, or you go back to the music store and eat humble pie. The store manager then has the cheek to offer you even less this time, as it's three months older now! Do you take it, or buy a cheaper horn, or keep playing the old one?
all sound a bit to familiar? If it does then help might be at hand.
It works like this.
We will give you better than you could get for an average private sale, against a new Taylor Chicago Model Trumpet or Flugelhorn. This can easily amount to more than double the usual music store trade in deals.
need to be trading in a Pro model instrument. The valves will need to
be in good working order and be reasonably airtight for its age. Small
dents and creases, reasonable wear and tear, odd missing parts, flaking,
worn, discoloured or missing lacquer or silver plate does not matter.
It must be in a reasonable condition (not necessarily mint) and be in
See if yours in on the list below to check trade in allowance.
All prices shown are in US Dollars.
Sterling equivalents would be honoured.
a new Taylor Chicago Standard II
Its that simple! A quick chat on the phone is all that should be needed to check things over. Please email rough details to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, a daytime phone number and Zip code please, or fill in the enquiry form on the contact page and we can proceed. Your new Taylor could soon be a reality.