Now enjoy an electric chord organ, trumpet and trombone!
Are you ready to start your own band? We can help with that! In researching this Roxy Organ, it appears to be from the 1960s. It’s electric and is a table top model. It may have had legs for it at one time. It still plays and is quite an interesting piece! Stop in and let us hear you play!
Below you can see the organ with the cover closed. Handsome piece of furniture.
Below is a Besson trombone with case and a Holton (Leblanc) trumpet. Did we say we could help you start your own band. We most certainly can. These instruments all work and are waiting for someone who is ready to appreciate them to come in and adopt them.
We’re always telling you what great and unusual finds you might discover when browsing at Bahoukas Antique Mall and Beer MuZeum. These are just a few items that you might not think of looking for here. Stop by today. Let us know what you’ve been searching for because we just might surprise you with what we have! We’ll be watching for you!
#19 Gift Giving Idea is perfect music for the holidays
Musical Instruments are a great holiday gift. We have 3 unique stringed instruments sure to entertain the musically inclined on your Christmas List!
We’ve even included some videos to help you imagine the instruments finding ‘life’ in your home! Though they are unique, if you search YouTube, youll find a number of popular songs being played on these older instruments.
Delight the musician in your family with one of these fine pieces. Or, if you must, give them – at the very least – a beautiful place to live in your home.
Stop in soon. Two weeks from today it’s all over but the unwrapping!
TheBalalaika is a 3-string Russian Guitar and has a wonderfully intriguing history going back to 1688. The link takes you to Wikipedia where you can read all about it. Below is a simple video for tuning. You can subscribe to this guy’s channel on YouTube to learn more (all free)!
This Holton Trumpetby LeBlanc actually works (though you may not want to ask George to play for you!). It comes with its own case and a student book. What a perfect gift for the aspiring student!
We’ve learned that the Frank Holton Company has a long history and included several fine musicians using their instruments including Frank Holton himself – lead trombonist for the Sousa Band and Maynard Ferguson!
You just never know what’s available at Bahoukas until you stop in and browse. Leave some time, there’s lots to see!
Holiday Gifting #2 is perfect for the young musician on your list.
This 4/4 violin comes with bow and case. It’s a copy of the famous Stradivarius 1713 and has a label that says ‘adjusted in 2004’. It’s beautiful, covered with autographs, and might be the perfect first instrument for a musician on your list. It’s in excellent shape … well, as best as George knows (about violins). Don’t waste a minute. Stop in to look at this beautiful instrument.