This Holton T602RC Trumpet is in very good used condition. The first and second valve tuning slides have some dents. It looks like there is a dent on the inside crook of the main tuning slide as well as some developing red rot/oxidation. The bell has a very minor wave. The lead pipe looks to be rose/copper. There are a few other points of oxidation on the third valve tuning slide and on the underside of the bell. You can see visible re-solders at the mouthpiece receiver brace as well as the brace from the lead pipe to the second valve. An online search suggests this is Holton made by Yamaha. This is a great playing student horn! It has fantastic action in the valves. The valves are super quick and quiet. The trumpet is very easy to produce a good solid sound with. It plays nicely in tune and has a nice full sound from top to bottom.
Instrument Condition: The overall physical condition of this used instrument is very good.
Playing Condition: This instrument is currently in excellent playing condition.
It has approximately 80-85% of the lacquered finish.
It has approximately 80-85% of the rose/copper lead pipe finish.
Player Wear: Light general wear (possible surface scratches and/or minor dents/dings).
Valve Condition: All the valves are in good working condition and all of the tuning slides are loose.
Lead Pipe Condition: Light general wear (possible surface scratches and/or minor dents/dings).
Back Bell Bow Condition: Light general wear (possible surface scratches and/or minor dents/dings).
The Bell: No dents and minor bell edge damage. There is a very minor wave in the bell.
Bell Diameter Approximately: 5 inches.
Bore Size: .460″
The Mouthpiece: No mouthpiece is included, or other accessories.
The Stand: If pictured, not included.
The Case: Good used condition replacement Bach case (general wear with some edge wear and visible surface scratches).
Engraving: Holton (on the bell) T602RC (on the mouthpiece receiver) Japan (on the second valve casing on the opposite side of the serial number) Holton (at the top of both sides of the pendant on the main tuning slide brace).