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    I had a very positive experience with Mr. Powers...

    I had a very positive experience with Mr. Powers when I took a horn to him to install an aftermarket trigger.
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    Please look at the threads about the DOUBLER from...

    Please look at the threads about the DOUBLER from Austin Custom Brass...might just be your cup of tea.
    Dave, John Morgan, and I have posted reviews on the forum.
    Jim
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    I'll see if I can get you some today--I'm...

    I'll see if I can get you some today--I'm painting the kitchen today!
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    I can send you some pictures if he...

    I can send you some pictures if he doesn't--Steven Walsh left Yamaha, right?
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    Yes, I have one and have used it on my Yamaha 642...

    Yes, I have one and have used it on my Yamaha 642 NEO. Since both the Neo and the Wedge had design input from the same person, I'd assume a good fit, and I was right. It is a good fit to the Neo. I...
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    ATTENTION, ALL... If you have ANY questions...

    ATTENTION, ALL...

    If you have ANY questions about the ACB Doubler, please ask within the next day or two.

    Later today, I'll try to do a video and I will make a few comments comparing the...
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    PLEASE don't misunderstand--it wasn't you! The...

    PLEASE don't misunderstand--it wasn't you! The audio in the ACB video did not do justice to either horn, IMHO, compared to playing both instruments at home in my basement.

    Of all the videos...
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    Great Stuff! Really dug it...could be influenced...

    Great Stuff! Really dug it...could be influenced by EITHER Al Yankovic!! ;)
    What a fun bunch!!!
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    Jim tests the doubler--part i--intro

    BACKGROUND:
    1.The Doubler arrived at Chez Snorlax yesterday in fine shape--thanks, Dave...and thanks, Trent!
    2. I just had two major surgeries on my sinuses, and I now have use of the right sinus...
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    Dave, please clean out your inbox!!

    Thanksgiving greetings! @davewerden

    Dave, please clean out your PM inbox. I'd normally send this in a PM, but your inbox is full.:rolleyes:

    Jim
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    I forgot to register formally, but I did go out...

    I forgot to register formally, but I did go out to the front yard and play. I did see a couple of neighbors pop out the door to listen.
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    The tubist is announced correctly as Fred Pfaff,...

    The tubist is announced correctly as Fred Pfaff, a true legend. The written ID at the beginning is incorrect.
    I had the pleasure to meet Fred in Florida, when he was in his 80's or perhaps even...
  13. So far, so good...but make it snappy since I'm...

    So far, so good...but make it snappy since I'm close on the list!! :p
    Unfortunately, the Indiana Wind Symphony December concert just got
    corona'ed out.:mad:
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    I also want to participate, on euphonium or...

    I also want to participate, on euphonium or trombone (since I won't have to move the slide).
    I'll be off to the site shortly to register.
    Thanks for the reminder.
    Jim
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    UPDATE: A friend will go through the music...

    UPDATE: A friend will go through the music library at the Shrine in Indianapolis to see what there is. Evidently they are not conscientious about keeping the library.
    My very knowledgeable...
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    Also--having performed the first and third...

    Also--having performed the first and third movements of the Townsend Chamber Concerto, it is hardly atonal. In fact, it's got some real catchy tunes in it and some humor in the last movement.
    The...
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    Dave, Noble Howard was an Indianapolis...

    Dave,
    Noble Howard was an Indianapolis institution. He played viola (IIRC) in the Indianapolis Symphony
    but was an avid euphonium player.
    Several years ago, I was allowed to use his double-bell...
  18. Words fail me! What a talent!

    Words fail me! What a talent!
  19. Normally when I play, I don't have to break my...

    Normally when I play, I don't have to break my own horn. My co-workers
    and the audience are more than happy to do it for me.
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    A picture would be very helpful.
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    Both my original HBC and the inset piece arrived...

    Both my original HBC and the inset piece arrived in very good time.
    Faster, in fact, than I had expected!
  22. Thanks for this great post, Dave!! Went to his...

    Thanks for this great post, Dave!!
    Went to his site & checked out his
    wonderful stuff.
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    Several of us in the Indianapolis Brass Choir...

    Several of us in the Indianapolis Brass Choir tried it many (20?) years ago with very little effect.

    I did it on the Yamaha 641 I owned at the time and found little or no change.

    Normally a...
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    There's a version by the Canadian Brass where the...

    There's a version by the Canadian Brass where the solo is in the horn part. I play it frequently on my Yamaha 321 in my quintet--only goes up to a C above middle C, though the tessitura does sit...
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    Dennis, I'll send you the other arrangement you...

    Dennis,
    I'll send you the other arrangement you had mentioned as a get-well present...
    Might not be in the very near future, but I'll do it.
    You're great, but so are the full-paying customers!...
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