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    Very nice work, and offering as well! Dennis

    Very nice work, and offering as well!

    Dennis
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    My New Standard was completely restored by Dan...

    My New Standard was completely restored by Dan Oberloh in Seatle a few years ago. Not cheap ($3,500), but it was ultimately worth it.

    I was really picky, Dan really put up with me, and it looks...
  3. Never broke a spring, just wore them out. I...

    Never broke a spring, just wore them out.

    I did, however, lose the cork out of the 3rd spit-valve whilst playing a solo. I didn't know until I needed a high Db...fffttt!

    Dennis
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    A faithful recreation of the New Standard with...

    A faithful recreation of the New Standard with your talents on intonation would be a nice addition to the euph world for those without monster lungs.

    Dennis
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    Doug is too kind, but the horn does play better...

    Doug is too kind, but the horn does play better than I do!

    A really good player friend said "It is prettier than a Prestige, with tone straight from the gods". "Wanna trade?"

    DG
  6. Ouch! DG

    Ouch!

    DG
  7. Thanks for the referral! I just bought a set...

    Thanks for the referral!

    I just bought a set of buttons for my NS, and since they have no inserts, I'll set them with Arizona turquoise.

    DG
  8. What a sweetie! Dennis

    What a sweetie!

    Dennis
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    I played a 2950 for 6 months, courtesy of my...

    I played a 2950 for 6 months, courtesy of my local guard unit.

    I really appreciated the loan! But;

    I was very happy to get me ol' Besson back from Oberloh ...
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    Thanks, Jim. Saw the Neuro Doc yesterday, said...

    Thanks, Jim.

    Saw the Neuro Doc yesterday, said I'm healing better than expected.

    I will still be in my collar for another month, but that is not a problem.

    After 3-1/2 months, I can now...
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    Yes Doug, I have it nice at home. Lotsa' love. ...

    Yes Doug, I have it nice at home. Lotsa' love.

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    No more halo, in a Miami J collar now. Much...

    No more halo, in a Miami J collar now. Much better. That may come off next week as well.

    D
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    le X-ray

    The status now is good. The image is of some of the titanium hardware in my neck. I'm glad it is not a 'pain in the neck'...

    7866
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    Just curious Shawn, why not a 3&1? Dennis

    Just curious Shawn, why not a 3&1?

    Dennis
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    Bach now sells the 5G in the "Artisan" line,...

    Bach now sells the 5G in the "Artisan" line, supposedly a retro to the original specs.

    I tried one, pretty darn good.

    Dennis
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    It ought to be a hit in countries using the A442...

    It ought to be a hit in countries using the A442 standard.

    DG
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    Hi Doug, My S/n digging on the York tenor...

    Hi Doug,

    My S/n digging on the York tenor shows a birthdate of 1915. Not that it matters over 100 years!

    Thanks again for it,

    Dennis
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    That York is an antique, made in Grand Rapids,...

    That York is an antique, made in Grand Rapids, Mi, probably back in the very early 1900's. Not the same firm as the recently defunct one in the UK, if that was your thought.

    Not a bad looking...
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    Welcome home, BillO! Dennis

    Welcome home, BillO!

    Dennis
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    With an 8-1/2" bell, it probably is a Bb tenor...

    With an 8-1/2" bell, it probably is a Bb tenor horn.

    Baritones were a couple inches larger.

    DG
  21. Wow, Dave. Just wow. Dennis

    Wow, Dave. Just wow.

    Dennis
  22. Thread: First Steps

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    Study to read both. You never know what will...

    Study to read both. You never know what will wind up on your stand.

    Dennis
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    Good data, thanks Doug. In an allied vein; ...

    Good data, thanks Doug.

    In an allied vein;

    Here at the Musical Instrument Museum there is a calliope with real brass horns being played. I'm not just sure how the machine replicates chops to...
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    Here is the guy with the free world's supply of...

    Here is the guy with the free world's supply of HBC's:

    https://heavybottomcaps.co.uk/

    Appears they are made for just about every horn in a band.

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    OK Doug, just what do they do for you? Is it...

    OK Doug, just what do they do for you? Is it such now that you just won't work the horn(s) without them?

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