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    You must have marched PR, given that progression....

    You must have marched PR, given that progression. The difference on the kings was night and day.

    BK is also using all euph right now because they decided they played better than the Jupiter...
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    Hello! I have a number of thoughts on the...

    Hello!

    I have a number of thoughts on the subject, having spent time with many of the current models.

    First, when you say you want a characteristic euphonium timbre rather than baritone, keep...
  3. New Sterling Horns at Baltimore Brass

    Just curious whether anyone has played the Sterling horns that Baltimore Brass has. I used to own a Virtuoso, and Iím curious how these horns compare. (I think the valves are different, no good trim,...
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    Hi Dave! I think Steve's new mouthpiece is...

    Hi Dave!

    I think Steve's new mouthpiece is actually different than the XR series - the XR is a slightly modified ultra with a rounder rim, but his "new" piece I think was still under development...
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    Just curious whether anyone has heard anything...

    Just curious whether anyone has heard anything about this new mouthpiece design.

    Thanks!
    Mike
  6. PM’d. I want the LM20.

    PM’d. I want the LM20.
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    1) Somebody buy my horn! 2) Any time there's...

    1) Somebody buy my horn!

    2) Any time there's crossover between my euphonium playing community and my guitar playing community, I'm happy. I'm mostly an electric player, but I'm currently lusting...
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    John, Iím reasonably confident that the horn...

    John,

    Iím reasonably confident that the horn you would have seen with short throw valves would have been the E3 Prototype that is now in Dougís possession. That makes the most sense in the context...
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    Excellent point, Dave. Playing this horn against...

    Excellent point, Dave. Playing this horn against the E3 of an identical configuration I owned (with "normal" valves), this horn did feel a bit "tighter" than the standard E3. I realize that is an...
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    Bump!

    Bump!
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    Thanks Jake!

    Thanks Jake!
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    Hi Doug, I havenít decided. In the short...

    Hi Doug,

    I havenít decided. In the short term, I have a couple horns on loan from friends/colleagues.

    Truthfully, if this horn doesnít sell at the asking price, Iíll likely hang onto it. ...
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    FS: Adams E3 with short throw valves

    For sale:

    Adams E3 with custom short throw valve set.

    I ordered this horn after speaking with Miel Adams about an issue I was having with my right hand that was preventing me from playing my...
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    I recently tried a 4AL for the first time. To...

    I recently tried a 4AL for the first time. To me, it feels bigger than the “4” would normally indicate. It sounds great. I’m shocked that in all my mouthpiece wrangling I’d never tried one before.
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    Iíve heard that it may still be quite a while...

    Iíve heard that it may still be quite a while before it becomes available, though.
  16. Bump.

    Bump.
  17. Thanks for asking, Dave. Yes, the Bonna case is...

    Thanks for asking, Dave. Yes, the Bonna case is included.

    Priced to move!
  18. FS: Adams E3, .60 Sterling Silver Bell, Brushed Lacquer, Tuning Trigger

    ***SOLD***


    For Sale,

    Adams E3
    .60 Sterling Silver Bell
    Brushed Lacquer Finish
    Tuning Trigger
    Vented Valves
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    I stand corrected RE: Gailís horn if thatís the...

    I stand corrected RE: Gailís horn if thatís the case.



    Nice info, Doug, thanks.

    On another note, if anyone wants to check out the 2960 at NABBA in April, Iím happy to arrange a time...
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    Gail is listed on the Willson website as playing...

    Gail is listed on the Willson website as playing a 2950, but is actually playing a 2900. (Or so I've been told).




    I have been playing a 2960 since December with my brass band; I find it...
  21. I don't believe it's possible to increase vital...

    I don't believe it's possible to increase vital capacity; the size of your lung is the size of your lung.

    That said, it's definitely possible to increase the percentage of your lung that gets...
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    Tongue Placement when articulating

    I recently discovered that I developed a bad habit early in my playing career; I didn't take lessons until college, when everyone assumed I'd already been taught the basic stuff, so I've had some of...
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    Sticky: I measured the following: Adams E3: 6.8CM...

    I measured the following:

    Adams E3: 6.8CM
    Adams E3 with custom short valve set: 6.7CM
    Geneva GvL Cardinal: 6.4CM
    Besson New Standard (medium shank): 6.45CM
    Willson 2060TA: 6.7CM
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    Iím not sure where a horn like this fits in the...

    Iím not sure where a horn like this fits in the market. It seems like a lot to pay for a non compensating horn, particularly because the preference among ďproĒ players is overwhelmingly for...
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    Well, I'm back. The horn held up, and the case...

    Well, I'm back. The horn held up, and the case held up. No trouble with the trigger/main tuning slide, valves, etc.

    That said, I did get a bell wrinkle, but I THINK that's because I absent...
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