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    Wessex Dolce 4sale on TubeNet

    Just saw this over on TubeNet. Two year old Wessex Dolce for $1000 located in PA. Has links to pics. I do not know the seller.

    http://forums.chisham.com/viewtopic.php?p=690117#p690117
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    Marked this thread sold - or bought.

    Marked this thread sold - or bought.
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    Hi Jim, If a grime gutter for the 642 will fit...

    Hi Jim,

    If a grime gutter for the 642 will fit the Neo I have one that's still new in the box. Some years ago I heard that Yamaha was discontinuing these so I contacted Kurt Witt and ordered 2 of...
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    Some excellent examples shared by JTJ. Tim...

    Some excellent examples shared by JTJ. Tim Morrison has been one of my all-time favorite trumpet soloists to listen to. Wonderful tone, perfect vibrato and what presence he has with his sound. One...
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    Congrats Nick! Surely a great deal. I was...

    Congrats Nick! Surely a great deal. I was tempted myself to get this gem.
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    When I use my tablet (iPad) for music display I...

    When I use my tablet (iPad) for music display I use "For Score". I've had it for about 6 years or more. It's very powerful where you can edit, highlight, make notes and have a pedal to turn pages if...
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    I agree with 'dsurkin' using a small pillow. ...

    I agree with 'dsurkin' using a small pillow. I've used one for years on my left hip to elevate the horn some. I found a small (9" x 5") felt bag with drawstring closure and partially filled it with...
  8. I play tested one of these a couple of years ago....

    I play tested one of these a couple of years ago. What a sweet-focused tone. The sixth partials were sharp but if I added the 4th valve to the normal fingering those 3 notes ( Eb, E, F concert)...
  9. Thread: Hurricane Dorian

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    Yes Dean. I echo your thoughts. It's been pretty...

    Yes Dean. I echo your thoughts. It's been pretty stressful the past few days here in West Palm Beach, FL. Thankfully looking better for us and south of us, BUT for those folks north of here and on...
  10. Welcome to the forum. If “money were no...

    Welcome to the forum.

    If “money were no object” probably an Adams 3.
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    I too make some notes on my music. If I miss a...

    I too make some notes on my music. If I miss a flat or sharp once I might miss it again so mark a # or b above that note. If I forget the dymnaic change I might circle it. I TRY to remember to erase...
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    I think this is a good exercise to get your...

    I think this is a good exercise to get your double tonguing coordinated with fingering. Not sure it should be used all the time. It’s always good to get your single tonguing as fast as possible.
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    Very impressive playing in these recordings. Wow!...

    Very impressive playing in these recordings. Wow! Thanks for sharing.

    Art Sarses, who I mentioned earlier, played a featured solo with our band several years ago (don’t remember the title) and...
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    Good point about jazz trombonist playing on...

    Good point about jazz trombonist playing on smaller equip. Art Sares played a King 2B most of the time. He was a giant jazz player who played with Frank Sinatra. Played in Las Vegas for over 20...
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    You’re right that Rich Matteson played a Yamaha...

    You’re right that Rich Matteson played a Yamaha 321. Wow, what an artist he was may he Rest In Peace. The bore of the 321 is .570 vs .590 (or more) on compensators so its tone is different. I’m...
  16. Thread: Solitary Prayer

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    Very nicely done! Thanks for sharing.

    Very nicely done! Thanks for sharing.
  17. Thread: lefreQue Times 4

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    Well, I confess that I still use one over my mpc...

    Well, I confess that I still use one over my mpc connection to its receiver. The effects are subtle... like the 'b' in subtle I guess. I didn't hear a big difference myself but my wife said she...
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    Captain General (The) - Sir Vivian Dunn

    For our first concert of the new season, "The British are Coming", we got a march entitled, "The Captain General" by Sir Vivian Dunn. Never played this before but it's already becoming a favorite of...
  19. Thread: 51D but bigger?

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    One caution about the Schilke 52E2. The rim is...

    One caution about the Schilke 52E2. The rim is rounder so can feel quite different on the chops.

    See this post a few years ago:...
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    Barry’s suggestion is a good one. They...

    Barry’s suggestion is a good one. They (LSCOGUARD) have made guards for my M5050 where I provided the pattern. That design is now offered as guards for other M5050 players (without trigger). I...
  21. Thread: 3rd valve use

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    I always use 3 for concert 'G' (treble clef 'A')...

    I always use 3 for concert 'G' (treble clef 'A') in the staff as my M5050 is really sharp with 1-2 for that note. For B natural (5th partial) above that note, 3 is flat for me so 1-2 is what I use.
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    Pete, I noticed you mentioned attending the Governor’s School in NC. I understand that’s quite an honor and excellent program. My granddaughter (trombone) got to do that 2 or 3 years ago. Think it...
  23. Welcome to the forum Pete. I'm sure your lip and...

    Welcome to the forum Pete. I'm sure your lip and fingering coordination will come back. Maybe not like 'riding a bike', but it will come back. I didn't play for 33 years so it took me awhile.
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  24. Neat video! Thanks for sharing.

    Neat video! Thanks for sharing.
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    Pretty sure Mr. Olka uses Resilience Oil...

    Pretty sure Mr. Olka uses Resilience Oil products. Probably the 'kicker slide' lube.
    See his review of Resilience Oil from Sept. 2018.
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