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Selling one last Tuba here to help get my new business up and running.

This will only be here for a limited time since no commercial sales are allowed here at the forum so act quickly.

There is quite a bit of extra work involved with this unit besides the normal tuba build with all the veneer & finish.

Red oak veneer with solid oak legs & drawer fronts.

Cabinet uses 15" panels & optional 10" driver for maximum output.

Located 1/2 Hr N/W of Chicago & price is $900

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How does she sound?

Most musical sub i ever heard.

Hate to sell and be without a subwoofer :unsure:

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You could make a fortune if you could pre-fab all the cabinet parts.

That's the plan. I will be making these in oak, walnut & cherry.

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You could make a fortune if you could pre-fab all the cabinet parts.

That's the plan. I will be making these in oak, walnut & cherry.

CNC?

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You could make a fortune if you could pre-fab all the cabinet parts.

That's the plan. I will be making these in oak, walnut & cherry.

CNC?

Each cabinet is custom built by hand, i will make a few models i feel should be popular a few at a time to speed things up once i get things going.

All i will need to do then is finish the way the customer wants.

I will offer a slim Tuba HT with the same table design and am working on one for the long style models too for a nice wife friendly look.

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I'll be in line for a Cherry or Walnut sub just like above so keep us posted. If you want to email me when you have the particulars feel free Craig@nosvlaves.com

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Wondering if you'd need permission from BFM to do sell Tuba's? or did you get that already?

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Ah I see. I thought you might flat pack some.

That was what I had in mind; there is a LOCAL to me builder nearby. Otherwise, shipping costs might kill any savings.

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Wondering if you'd need permission from BFM to do sell Tuba's? or did you get that already?

You need to be one of the authorised builders. I'm working on the details.

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Ah I see. I thought you might flat pack some.

That was what I had in mind; there is a LOCAL to me builder nearby. Otherwise, shipping costs might kill any savings.

Shipping won't be cheap with the size of these things.

Theres always the option of a road trip.

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I'll be in line for a Cherry or Walnut sub just like above so keep us posted. If you want to email me when you have the particulars feel free Craig@nosvlaves.com

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Jason,

Got your email thanks. I think I'm going to get two in oiled walnut to match the Belles I just was lucky enough to acquire last Saturday. It maybe a couple weeks before I move on this I'm most likely going to have to sell something from the tube amp collection to finance the purchase. How much power do these subs really need for music reproduction at just above conversation levels? Also what is the efficiency rating? I think I'll power them with tubes!

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I'll be in line for a Cherry or Walnut sub just like above so keep us posted. If you want to email me when you have the particulars feel free Craig@nosvlaves.com

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Jason,

Got your email thanks. I think I'm going to get two in oiled walnut to match the Belles I just was lucky enough to acquire last Saturday. It maybe a couple weeks before I move on this I'm most likely going to have to sell something from the tube amp collection to finance the purchase. How much power do these subs really need for music reproduction at just above conversation levels? Also what is the efficiency rating? I think I'll power them with tubes!

Great, i could use the order, Walnut is beautiful hardwood.

There is a 1m/1W SPL graph with the MCM 8" driver on the table tuba home page.

http://www.billfitzmaurice.com/TT.html

You won't need a whole lot of power to get these subs pumping out the bass.

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Subscribed for later... the LONG style looks very interesting.

Gl witheverything... i know yoh will do well if you can get the economies of scale and repeatability down.

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