The Hoyer 7802 is a Kruspe-instrument double horn. NSA signifies that it is plated with nickel silver and has a detachable bell (with original Hoyer bell ring). This horn is another example of fine German engineering, with string linkage in the valves and a pinky hook soldered on, and is in good condition. The valve compression reads at 2.0, which is high but with proper oiling should be no issue. Comes with a blue detachable bell Hans-Hoyer case.
The result of years of development, this horn is a modern masterpiece with the feel and tone of the classic PRO-37R Kruspe horns.
Key of Bb/F double, detachable bell, string linkage. Pre-aged metal produces a startling vintage tone.
Kruspe was the inspiration for the famous Conn 8D, which helped define the sound of greats Vincent De Rosa and Myron Bloom.
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