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    For a 4-valve solution in a modern, compensating...

    For a 4-valve solution in a modern, compensating solution, Wessex has a front-valve inline 4 choice here:
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    OK, my answer stands, but here are the...

    OK, my answer stands, but here are the conditions:

    - to play in a concert band (knowing that perhaps 1% of the music you might encounter would require a 4th valve, and there is usually a...
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    Shall we assume you still want 4 valves? If not,...

    Shall we assume you still want 4 valves? If not, I'd say the 3-valve compensating Bessons.
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    I'm having trouble keeping up with all the posts...

    I'm having trouble keeping up with all the posts I want to respond to! But to answer John's previous question in this conversation, for the past year or so I've been using the heavy 4th cap that...
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    Unless the overall length of the bugle has...

    Unless the overall length of the bugle has changed since the prototype I tested last year, I still think players who find it sharp MIGHT be overblowing. When I tested I didn't make a note about...
  6. Poll: I'm not sure why you would expect to see much...

    I'm not sure why you would expect to see much talk of cello here - we are focused on euphonium and tuba mostly. Do you also play brass (or perhaps other family members)?
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    Thanks for the update!

    Thanks for the update!
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    Please let us know when this sells. Thanks.

    Please let us know when this sells. Thanks.
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    RobertRichard - are you following this post? You...

    RobertRichard - are you following this post? You need to respond to questions.
  10. The 51D is still available, and I updated the...

    The 51D is still available, and I updated the link in the original post.
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    Did someone purchase this?

    Did someone purchase this?
  12. Dr. Jerry Young contacted me and HIGHLY...

    Dr. Jerry Young contacted me and HIGHLY recommends this book:

    https://www.euphonium.com/store/method-/etude-books/fink-reginald-h-from-treble-clef-to-bass-clef.html?id=102

    Jerry is a very...
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    And here is a video about going BEYOND the...

    And here is a video about going BEYOND the standard use of multiple tongue:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrjKrLQVVPE


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrjKrLQVVPE
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    Here is a video I did about getting good, solid,...

    Here is a video I did about getting good, solid, clear multiple tonguing:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_nCefdZRkw


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_nCefdZRkw
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    I'm not sure how one would scientifically...

    I'm not sure how one would scientifically determine which way is quicker. Just like you, I find TTK quicker, but that is what I use most of the time, so...

    Technically, I don't see why one could...
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    Welcome to the forum! Is this your own...

    Welcome to the forum!

    Is this your own instrument? If so, can you give us some history? Thanks.
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    I first learned DDG (TTK, actually) and that is...

    I first learned DDG (TTK, actually) and that is most comfortable for me. Maybe 20 years ago or so I found that pattern did not work well on certain patterns, so I taught myself how to do DGD also....
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    I corrected the link in the original post to the...

    I corrected the link in the original post to the one you just provided and took the question mark off the listing. Good luck!
  19. Thread: Slide oil

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    Welcome to the forum! When I had a tuning...

    Welcome to the forum!

    When I had a tuning slide trigger, I used trombone slide cream. But I think different horns may require other choices. There have been several threads about this over the...
  20. Thread: Besson tuba

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    Welcome to the forum! I don't know if anyone...

    Welcome to the forum!

    I don't know if anyone here would have a good idea of its value, but we have a pretty diverse crew, so maybe! In the meantime, I suggest you connect to Charley Brighton (UK)...
  21. I should also add... You mention trumpet...

    I should also add...

    You mention trumpet music. In treble clef we read music just like a trumpet player does, but our sound comes out an octave lower for any given note.

    Using the sounding note...
  22. In my own case I faced the reverse situation....

    In my own case I faced the reverse situation. Here is how I solved it:

    http://www.dwerden.com/forum/entry.php/669-Transposing-from-Bass-Clef-to-Treble-Clef-Euphonium

    That post gives a quick...
  23. Sticky: Brian, I moved this to the "For sale" section....

    Brian,

    I moved this to the "For sale" section. Also, I took off the green checkmark from the post - that is the mark I use to indicated when an item has already been sold.
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    As I recall, Friedman was once a euphonium player!

    As I recall, Friedman was once a euphonium player!
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    I especially appreciate this comment, because...

    I especially appreciate this comment, because that was my very thought as I made these (and it's a heck of a lot more work to split/pair them like this!). I know my own audio memory is not very long.
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