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  1. Not sure, I can't get the only one it came with...

    Not sure, I can't get the only one it came with to come out
  2. A follow-up post (not sure whether this should be...

    A follow-up post (not sure whether this should be in another topic, as this thread seems to give the best context)

    The horn plays incredibly well. There are a few dents I'd like to get taken out...
  3. I definitely scrutinized the bell after reading...

    I definitely scrutinized the bell after reading your comments and noticed the rippling, mottled quality near the rim you refer to. There are a number of photos that indicate that the bell has had a...
  4. I've been eyeing this listing for a few days and...

    I've been eyeing this listing for a few days and the bell looks fine to me. Even if it has been damaged, the repair job was outstanding.
    I still intend to get into the bidding war, if I win I'll...
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    And, to be clear, I personally have a great love...

    And, to be clear, I personally have a great love for the Adams euphonium and would recommend it to anyone. I was just stating that the opinions on this board tend to be a bit monochromatic on this...
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    OP, In case you can't tell, these are hallowed...

    OP,

    In case you can't tell, these are hallowed halls for the Adams. They clearly make an effort to satisfy their customers, but clearly, you are not satisfied. You may be interested in tracking...
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    Definitely a Wedge tldr; using a semi-flat,...

    Definitely a Wedge


    tldr; using a semi-flat, circular rim isn't ergonomic. It promotes pressing into the mouthpiece to keep the corners of your embouchure tight, rather than using lip tension...
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    *REPOST* WTT: Miraphone Eb tuba for Euph

    Hello!

    UPDATE: the horn has been sold

    My name is Connor Jones, and a while ago I purchased a very fine Eb tuba off of eBay. It plays very well, and carried me through a couple gigs, but I am no...
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    As usual, I was just throwing it out there. I'm...

    As usual, I was just throwing it out there. I'm looking into ways to pull the stress off your arms/shoulders/back for left hand motility.
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    Been curious about adapting this thing for euph...

    Been curious about adapting this thing for euph as well; http://members.aon.at/tubtub.at/page_4_1.html
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    http://www.dillonmusic.com/p-21965-yamaha-yep-842s...

    http://www.dillonmusic.com/p-21965-yamaha-yep-842s.aspx
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    If you find yourself constantly falling back on a...

    If you find yourself constantly falling back on a specific mouthpiece, or have one mouthpiece you consider your main workhorse, your lips will start to physically adjust to the piece. The rim will...
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    Thomas Inderbinen is a deity, and none of us are...

    Thomas Inderbinen is a deity, and none of us are worthy of his magic.

    He spends YEARS developing each of his horns (at least 10 on his trombones), and 8 months making every single one himself. He...
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    The higher end York and Besson models are...

    The higher end York and Besson models are synonymous, although both have had varying quality control. They are very heavy, open-blowing horns that generate a rich sound (I played an English Sov 967-S...
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    First and foremost, could you describe your...

    First and foremost, could you describe your playing; Do you use lots of air, or lots of pressure between your chops and the rim? And, how would you describe the shape of your lips (are they fleshy...
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    Sorry for not posting here: been off the forum...

    Sorry for not posting here: been off the forum for a while. The Yamaha has been sold, though all the mouthpieces and mute are still available. In response to the titanium question, the difference...
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    Practice. The 51D is a pretty small mouthpiece,...

    Practice. The 51D is a pretty small mouthpiece, and generally the standard for beginning euphonium players. You're in a good place with the Schilke, and if I had as few criteria for my new mouthpiece...
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    Wessex Dolce (and comparable stamp horns)

    As some of you may have noticed, Wessex Tubas has recently developed the new Dolce model with a 2nd valve button water key, grime gutter, and some new tweaks to the leadpipe. And after recently...
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    I have a Yamaha 321S for sale for $1,200. PM me...

    I have a Yamaha 321S for sale for $1,200. PM me if you're interested!
  20. It's been said that you can throw a Besson down a...

    It's been said that you can throw a Besson down a set of stairs and then take it to a gig. It's also been said that I'm selling a Besson, so...
  21. There are also a handful of horns in the For Sale...

    There are also a handful of horns in the For Sale section that fall under your price mark *cough cough*
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    I know the tubist for Canadian Brass has swapped...

    I know the tubist for Canadian Brass has swapped a brass bell for a carbon fiber one, and a Dutch company has garnered some success in making a trumpet with a carbon fiber bell, which Arturo Sandoval...
  23. Thread: Test post

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    I'm afraid I've been at Marching band camp the...

    I'm afraid I've been at Marching band camp the past week, so I haven't been around to stir up trouble.
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    WTB: Adams Trigger Assembly

    When I tried out a few models of Adams Custom horns a few months ago, I was surprised with the build quality and intonation tendencies of the horn. Since the Adams doesn't seem to need a trigger, and...
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    Speak of the devil! I've got a Yamaha 641 for...

    Speak of the devil! I've got a Yamaha 641 for sale for $1800. However, if that's still a pricing concern, I would suggest one of the Wessex compensating models. They're cheap, and have recently been...
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