Tim Fabrizio sells replica horns, for $55.
Tim also does superb repair and restoration work, if you need it. Tim also sells non-valuable
cylinders to play on vintage machines, so you can demonstrate the thing in action without ruining a
valuable and/or rare cylinder.
I cc'd your e-mail address because I am not sure my messages are posting to this list. I do not
receive my own messages, just a robot acknowledgement that I sent a message and it was received.
-- Tom Fine
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bobby LaRose" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, April 04, 2016 12:04 PM
Subject: Purchasing a Horn for an Edison Standard Phonograph
> I work at the Music Library at the College of William and Mary, and we own
> a Model-H Edison Standard Phonograph, as well as a number of cylinder
> recordings. However, we do not have a sound horn for the phonograph. I
> was wondering if anyone could suggest a reliable vendor from which I could
> purchase a good quality horn. I am looking specifically to get a simple
> brass horn, ideally no longer than 14''.
> I would appreciate any suggestions you have!
> Thank you,
> Bobby LaRose
> Robert A. LaRose
> College of William and Mary, '16
> Student Assistant, Swem Music Library and Special Collections
> Dance Accompanist, W&M Theatre, Speech, and Dance