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    Very nice, Dave. You have a lot to be proud of! ...

    Very nice, Dave. You have a lot to be proud of! I feel the same about my service to the Army.

    Happy Birthday to the United States Coast Guard!
  2. I totally agree with Don's comment on having the...

    I totally agree with Don's comment on having the rest of the section sitting "downwind" from the principal player. This might mean that the solo/principal euphonium does not play on the end of the...
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    Not that I am independently wealthy, which I am...

    Not that I am independently wealthy, which I am not, but to play that piece I would happily purchase the Fennell version and let that be my donation to the band for the year. I have often had to...
  4. "You got an Adams E3 a few days ago and finally...

    "You got an Adams E3 a few days ago and finally got it out yesterday?" My goodness, that is indeed the most miraculous, intense and severe case of restraint I have ever seen. I wouldn't be able to...
  5. That was my very next idea...

    That was my very next idea...
  6. I can help with that, simply sell them all to me...

    I can help with that, simply sell them all to me for very few dollars. You get rid of your extra horns, you have much more space in your home (in fact, this might allow you to even downsize to a...
  7. If nothing else, an art piece to be displayed...

    If nothing else, an art piece to be displayed somewhere in your home... I have such a thing already, although not in nearly as good a shape as yours.
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    You just might have given me some good advice,...

    You just might have given me some good advice, Mike. Thanks!
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    Doug and Jake, Thanks for the nice message,...

    Doug and Jake,

    Thanks for the nice message, Doug. I can really sense the "second wind" you seem to have gotten lately. And good for you for doing what you did. I am practicing now as much as I...
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    You are not the only one who has mistaken the...

    You are not the only one who has mistaken the trigger for the 4th valve and vice versa!
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    My experience with brass bands has been: A...

    My experience with brass bands has been:

    A little bit on trombone in the Spokane Brass Band
    A wee little bit with the Las Vegas Brass Band on euphonium

    I love playing this type of music and in...
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    That list has a bunch I had to know by heart. ...

    That list has a bunch I had to know by heart. The ones I can remember (pun): National Anthem, Army Goes Rolling, Washington Post, National Emblem, El Capitan, S&S Forever, Americans We, Grandioso,...
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    I have to admit that what I will say sounds a bit...

    I have to admit that what I will say sounds a bit unbelievable, but it is actually the case for me. I received my custom Adams E3 (0.60 gauge brass, SS bell, trigger) in 2016, just over 6 years ago....
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    I do believe I see you Dave towering over your...

    I do believe I see you Dave towering over your bandmates! Playing a 4-valve inline Conn perhaps? I see that your band, as did mine (The U.S. Army Band) (TUSAB) played with no music on...
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    PM sent.

    PM sent.
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    Not really answering your post, but just now...

    Not really answering your post, but just now noticing that you have a name for your Henry Dustin Euphonium (Junior). I like it that you name your horns. I think I have only named my Adams E3, and...
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    Dennis, Now that is just too neat!! Gives me...

    Dennis,

    Now that is just too neat!! Gives me some ideas as well with my collection of horns. Just have to figure out a space in our new home in Florida.

    John
  18. Just now listened. Bravo! Well done David.

    Just now listened. Bravo! Well done David.
  19. Maybe try a Wick 4AL.

    Maybe try a Wick 4AL.
  20. If his budget is 1-2K, I would simply purchase a...

    If his budget is 1-2K, I would simply purchase a Wessex or Austin Doubler and end up getting a new, 4-valve, compensating euphonium.
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    I bought my Adams E3 (Sterling Silver bell, 0.6...

    I bought my Adams E3 (Sterling Silver bell, 0.6 gauge, trigger which wasn't really necessary, brushed brass, fully engraved bell) without ever seeing an Adams in person. All pretty much based on...
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    Yep, you are right Dean!! I did update my...

    Yep, you are right Dean!! I did update my location at least!! It would be a heck of a commute to keep playing in the groups I have listed. I will fix that shortly.
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    Hey Magikarp, just landed after an over week-long...

    Hey Magikarp, just landed after an over week-long packing, loading, driving, unloading trip from South Dakota to our new digs in Florida (a 2,000 mile voyage). I briefly saw where your new Adams E2...
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    I have a tuba that I might part with. It is a...

    I have a tuba that I might part with. It is a Wessex Eb, 4 valve, compensating tuba. In like new condition. And I just moved to Florida, about 80 miles north of you in Summerfield. PM me if you...
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    I finally found a score that showed the euphonium...

    I finally found a score that showed the euphonium part on measure 15. The bari sax has a similar situation. But, after reading through Adrian's post above, there is absolutely nothing I can add to...
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