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    Thumbs up WTB: Ergobrass for Euphonium

    I am seeing if anyone has an Ergobrass for euphonium they would like to sell. Thanks in advance.
    John Packer JP274L Euphonium
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodgeman View Post
    I am seeing if anyone has an Ergobrass for euphonium they would like to sell. Thanks in advance.
    I had one of those years ago. I was a real pain to use and finally broke. Save the $$$ and get a support pad from Quick Horn Rinse.

    Mike

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    Thanks for the advice. I will consider it.
    John Packer JP274L Euphonium
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    Rodgeman...
    Please PM me. I have one; I just need to find all the parts.

    I do not share the negative opinion mentioned in the thread, though.

    I do feel more comfortable using a lap "pillow" or nothing at all.

    The website is right; it takes a bit of adjusting, and resting the horn
    on its bell during pauses (if you do that sort of thing) is awkward with the
    device attached. FWIW, I'm a bit over six feet and used the device on a
    few different instruments.

    EDIT:
    *A testimonial I gave Jouko a few years ago is still on the Ergobrass website.
    *I REALLY liked it when standing to solo, using the belt attachment.
    *The Pros & Cons page, I believe, is a fair evaluation.
    *I just don't feel I need it on my Neo, nor did I feel I needed it on my Mack.

    So if you're interested, we can agree on a price and I'll get it to you ASAP
    once I find all the parts. Sale would be final, as I'm not using it on my Neo.
    Jim
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    Got it from Snorlax. Please mark as found.
    John Packer JP274L Euphonium
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    “Don’t only practice your art, but force your way into its secrets, for it and knowledge can raise men to the divine.”
    ― Ludwig van Beethoven

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