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    The characteristics of the Miraphone that set it...

    The characteristics of the Miraphone that set it apart from the Adams were the ability to push the horn very hard and still get the tone that I wanted. The Adams instruments that I played had a...
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    Thanks to all for your input and advice over the...

    Thanks to all for your input and advice over the past month. Guido, the mouthpieces that I used for my test were th Parker LaDuke 5G, and the Wick SM4U. After purchasing the horn I took a trip to see...
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    I attended Midwest band and orchestra clinic last...

    I attended Midwest band and orchestra clinic last week where I was able to line up seven euphoniumĎs side-by-side and play test each one, Josh from Austin custom brass was very accommodating and...
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    Thank you all for your advice and input. I do...

    Thank you all for your advice and input. I do enjoy the Prestige and I may very well continue playing it. However, I cannot get over how easily the high register speaks on the Miraphone 5050. If I...
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    Thank you John and Rick for your helpful...

    Thank you John and Rick for your helpful comments, I will keep these thoughts in mind as I continue to play test. I was quite impressed with the Adams instruments that I quickly tested in DC back in...
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    Miraphone 5050 vs Besson Prestige

    I'm in the process of testing new euphoniums that would possibly replace my current horn which is a Besson Prestige. Iíve owned my prestige since 2013 and itís a wonderful instrument, but Iím...
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