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  1. Nice videos Tim. I prefer the Warburton as well....

    Nice videos Tim. I prefer the Warburton as well. I have been on that mouthpiece for about 6 years now. The 4AL is nice also, but I guess I like the little darker, warmer sound of the Warburton.
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    Yes, Doug, that would be mighty nice of you. I...

    Yes, Doug, that would be mighty nice of you. I will send you my details in a PM.
  3. Okey-dokey. Here is a comparison of the Wick 4AL...

    Okey-dokey. Here is a comparison of the Wick 4AL mouthpiece and the Demondrae Warburton mouthpiece. The tune is "Old Man River" and it covers some of the lower register notes on the euphonium.
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  4. The K&G and Warburton seem pretty similar to me...

    The K&G and Warburton seem pretty similar to me when I listen live as I play. I still can't quite capture on video what I think I am hearing live, but it is getting closer. You might be hearing...
  5. Coming right up. Give me a little bit to get it...

    Coming right up. Give me a little bit to get it done. I will post the K&G vs Warburton in my original post and here, too.

    Here is the requested video (K&G 3.5D vs Warburton): ...
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    Triple Tonguing and Rapid Slurring

    I try to find interesting ways to practice, ways that keep me engaged and improving on various facets of my playing. I got fairly good at double and triple tonguing early on in my euphonium playing,...
  7. Wick 4AL - Demondrae Warburton - K&G 3.5D Comparisons - Videos

    Okay, Dave started this so I got motivated to compare a couple more mouthpieces. My two videos compare the Wick 4AL with the Warburton Demondrae Thurman Signature mouthpiece and the Wick 4AL with...
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    I, too, learned how to triple tongue using...

    I, too, learned how to triple tongue using tu-tu-ku as the syllables. I have been able to get pretty fast with this. I agree with Dave on the usefulness of tu-ku-tu with arpeggios like he...
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    Gee Whiz!! Now I am just a wee bit interested in...

    Gee Whiz!! Now I am just a wee bit interested in something I thought I would never be interested in. Maybe I will try one of these things. Although the aesthetics won't be particularly great as I...
  10. I am one of those folks who started on trumpet...

    I am one of those folks who started on trumpet and treble clef. I learned bass clef in high school and eventually became fluent at it (no transposing in the brain). I then took on tenor clef, which...
  11. Thread: Slide oil

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    I use the Yamaha trombone slide cream (when I...

    I use the Yamaha trombone slide cream (when I remember). Works good on my Adams with trigger. Slide-o-mix (trombone product) is another possibility. Some people just use oil, some use a very light...
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    I didn't particularly like the OEM mouthpiece...

    I didn't particularly like the OEM mouthpiece that came with my Wessex Dolce a few years ago, both how it played and how it looked. I can't remember the model number, and I don't have it any longer...
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    This is quite useful. Thanks for doing this...

    This is quite useful. Thanks for doing this Dave. I have the 4AL along with the K&G 3.5 and the Demondrae Warburton that I may do the same thing on. The 3AL I believe is the biggest you compared. ...
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    Yep, just add a comment to the post like "This is...

    Yep, just add a comment to the post like "This is a really great (fill in the blank, i.e. euphonium) and I am practically giving it away". When you make a comment on an existing post, it goes to the...
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    That, my friend, gives new meaning to the term...

    That, my friend, gives new meaning to the term "valve bounce"! That is valve bounce followed by re-bounce followed by bounce-again. Something is very, very off with that. I can only imagine a...
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    This is a particularly good point, that is, the...

    This is a particularly good point, that is, the first part about the weather being warm. My Adams E3 verges on being a "flat horn". I have my main tuning slide out just a wee bit. I do have to...
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    The tuning "trigger" on the Geneva is really...

    The tuning "trigger" on the Geneva is really interesting. It looks sort of like the typical 4th side valve on a 3+1 horn instead of the flat trigger placed in the third valve wrap. I am just trying...
  18. Hey Brian, Welcome to the forum!! I just...

    Hey Brian,

    Welcome to the forum!! I just checked out your YouTube channel. That is very useful. And nice playing!! I have tons of low brass excepts from Cherry Classics Music I think it is. ...
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    Thanks a bunch for the background, Doug!! ...

    Thanks a bunch for the background, Doug!! Siobhan is indeed very special. I envy you in your trips to Wales in the summer for IBBSS. I just might join you yet, if I live long enough, can still...
  20. Probably a Wessex Sinfonico. I bought a Wessex...

    Probably a Wessex Sinfonico. I bought a Wessex Dolce a few years ago and it was a great horn for just over $1,200 at the time. The Sinfonico is more hand made, has some nice features, and from...
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    I like Rick's approach with adding a couple or...

    I like Rick's approach with adding a couple or three washers. I am rusty on Physics and Hooke's Law regarding springs, but once you stretch out a spring to the point of deforming it (which you have...
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    I have done the same, Rick. With a flugelhorn...

    I have done the same, Rick. With a flugelhorn player and another time a trumpet player. Really a nice tune. The video that Doug posted the link to is really nice. I think I am really liking the...
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    Wow, both of them, Sheona and Mike, are truly...

    Wow, both of them, Sheona and Mike, are truly outstanding. What glorious sounds they make.
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    My question is if the heavy cap does something...

    My question is if the heavy cap does something useful screwed onto the 4th valve, why aren't euphoniums made/sold with this bit of engineering/manufacturing already in place? I suppose cost could be...
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    Thanks for posting, Dave. I am, by the way,...

    Thanks for posting, Dave. I am, by the way, feeling much less like an idiot (find other post where I confessed to being an idiot because of my blunder about the order for playing the service songs)....
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