Suitable for: Everyone
This fine 1914 Heckel has been fully restored, replated, and refinished by Peter Landy. Jonathan Ranney refined the keywork to bring it to modern standards. It has very good intonation and a beautiful upper register and is a fine example of an early 5,000 series Heckel instrument.
This is a pro level instrument at a reasonable price and would work well for advanced students, doublers, adult enthusiasts, and pro players.
The maple wood body is in very good condition with no boot rot and no tone hole issues. The finish is in excellent condition. It has average signs of wear.
The German system silver-plated keywork system is in excellent condition. It has many new pads and very good condition pads throughout.
This bassoon features one water tube on the first finger left hand, a lined wing joint, a lined small bore on the boot, and an ivory bell ring. It has high D, 7 rollers, and a right-hand whisper key lock.
The Fox CVC #3 bocal is in excellent condition. The hard shell case is in good condition.
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