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  1. The checkbox tells the forum to create a cookie...

    The checkbox tells the forum to create a cookie on your computer's drive (as most sites do). But without the check, it will only have the cookie in the browser's floating memory, so when you close it...
  2. Thanks, John. Sorry for the runaround. This is...

    Thanks, John. Sorry for the runaround. This is really getting confusing!

    I am currently logged in with IE11 without checking the Remember box.
  3. FWIW, one user reported having trouble before...

    FWIW, one user reported having trouble before using the private message system. He says that problem has gone away after the fix. So I guess the fix worked for some, but not all.
  4. Oh, and so I can provide better feedback to tech...

    Oh, and so I can provide better feedback to tech support, please let me know what browser(s) you are using IF YOU ARE HAVING PROBLEMS.

    Thanks!
  5. John Morgan / Snorlax, Did you click the...

    John Morgan / Snorlax,

    Did you click the "Remember me?" checkbox? I need that bit of information to report this to the software vendor.

    FWIW, all is working well for me, so it would seem the...
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    Listing has been removed (error in listing). It may pop up again.
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    Isn't there a screw inside the pivot of the flap?...

    Isn't there a screw inside the pivot of the flap? On my Bessons and Sterlings there was, and sometimes I had to tighten it a bit to prevent what you experienced.

    (On the Adams there is no 4th...
  8. Sticky: A non comp will blow more freely...all things...

    A non comp will blow more freely...all things being equal. It's the same reason many first/lead trombone players don't have a trigger on their horns.

    I find this to be true, but I play music that...
  9. Sticky: FS: Willson 4-Valve NON-Compensating Euphonium - Nice!

    For those who want a pro-quality horn but who don't like the compensating system, this might be the instrument for you. A former colleague in the band, Roger Behrend (who went on to be soloist with...
  10. Nope. Didn't need to.

    Nope. Didn't need to.
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    Like the Host First Suite, apparently Folk Song...

    Like the Host First Suite, apparently Folk Song Suite was also written with a British baritone part. Publishers later split the part out among the standard concert band instrumentation. I know Dr....
  12. Sticky: FS: Yamaha Neo 642II Neo - Great Condition

    This Neo is from a buyer with a high volume of sales and 100% satisfaction rating. The horn looks very nice with only a couple small dings that I can see. Includes the original hard case, which is...
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    Funny you should mention the Rose etudes. I have...

    Funny you should mention the Rose etudes. I have used them myself (my wife was a clarinet player in the band), but some of the settings were not terribly practical for euphonium. I re-set several of...
  14. FS: Conn 19i 4-Valve Euphonium - Large Shank

    This is the same horn as the King 2280, so it has a fine, rich tone and good response and intonation. It is also built to take some abuse. There is a lot of wear on the lacquer, but the overall...
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    My whole horn is lacquered, including the silver...

    My whole horn is lacquered, including the silver bell. So I just use a damp cloth most times. Now and then I use a lacquer polish or Pledge (furniture polish) to give it the slightest bit more shine....
  16. Thanks, John. On my E3, 12 is usable in many...

    Thanks, John. On my E3, 12 is usable in many contexts, but I still like 3. Kinda depends on my mood! In the video below, you'll see I use 3rd on the first song. But in the second song I used 12...
  17. Large guards would have an effect on tone IMHO. I...

    Large guards would have an effect on tone IMHO. I experienced that myself when I used to make my own. I had a leather guard that went around the bell, and it spanned from the joint at the bottom of...
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    More or less. If you want a daily-player and are...

    More or less. If you want a daily-player and are serious about playing, this is not the horn for you. It's for someone interested in having an antique and who would enjoy playing it because of the...
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    I have both treble and bass clef of the Arbans...

    I have both treble and bass clef of the Arbans and there is no substantial difference. My BC Arban is the one edited by Brian Bowman and has some tips the old one didn't have. Nothing you can't live...
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    Forgot about that horn! Not many were made, based...

    Forgot about that horn! Not many were made, based on the fact I virtually never see one. But now the compensating front-valve four-valve horns include Wessex, Willson/Marzan, and Besson!
  21. Now and then it's a good thing. Practicing...

    Now and then it's a good thing. Practicing outside works well for this. It also helps encourage you to support your tone, because you instinctively want to "hear more" once you no longer get room...
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    Yes, what Dennis said!

    Yes, what Dennis said!
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    I disagree about the amount of tuning slide pull...

    I disagree about the amount of tuning slide pull needed. Based on math comparing 440 to 452, I would think about somewhere between 1 and 1.5 inches per side of the main slide would do the trick for...
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    Or as my wife's clarinet teacher told her: If...

    Or as my wife's clarinet teacher told her:

    If you practice a passage 20 times and finally get it right, you have practiced it correctly 1 time and incorrectly 19 times. Which do you think will...
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    It's one thing to supervise band students in...

    It's one thing to supervise band students in general. It's quite another to supervise tuba players!
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