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  1. #41
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    Today Sherry Linnerooth from Eckroth Music presented me with the gift of a new Eastman EEP526s euphonium…on behalf of Eastman.


    Music has been an integral part of my recovery journey. I am humbled and truly grateful to be on the receiving end of such kindness!

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    Good on you, Larry.

    Your persistence paid off!

    Dennis

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    Wonderful news, thanks for sharing!

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    That's so amazing Larry - many congrats! I've never played any Eastman euphonium before - please report back your impressions!
    - Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by iMav View Post
    Today Sherry Linnerooth from Eckroth Music presented me with the gift of a new Eastman EEP526s euphoniumon behalf of Eastman.


    Music has been an integral part of my recovery journey. I am humbled and truly grateful to be on the receiving end of such kindness!

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Congratulations, Larry. I looked up the specs on that Eastman euphonium - that's quite a large bore. I'm looking forward to your description and comparison to your Shires euphonium.
    Dean L. Surkin
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    Congrats Larry! Very nice!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsurkin View Post
    Congratulations, Larry. I looked up the specs on that Eastman euphonium - that's quite a large bore. I'm looking forward to your description and comparison to your Shires euphonium.
    Same bore size(s) as the M5050. But definitely a lighter horn (thinner metal).
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    Congratulations Larry!

    I am so looking forward to reading your impression of your new Eastman 526... And listening to your videos you putting the little darling through its musical paces

    G.
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