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    Re: Comment about my tone tonight that has be a bit puzzled

    Regarding Art's sound, I think in his later years, while his middle range was very resonant, his upper octave was pretty bright, almost shrill at times.(Of course, when you add the immense...

    gary Today, 12:16 AM Go to last post

    Re: Jazz: Graduate Schools in the Midwest?

    I'm familiar with David Baker and have some of his books. I guess if I'm interested in education at all, he's a legendary guy to learn from. I'm not familiar with Bloomington though.

    I've been...

    BATMAN Today, 12:13 AM Go to last post

    Re: Yanagisawa 5 Soprano Mouthpiece

    i agree,so much that i had been looking around and play testing anything i got in to replace my berg that is my first tenor piece in case i dropped it etc...and found a yani 5 for tenor that very...

    Secondhandsaxes Today, 12:13 AM Go to last post

    Re: Conn C-Melody. Dog or Deal?

    If you're talking about the bell-note B or Bb key touch, they might be a little bit bent out of regular position, but not by much. That shouldn't be a problem to fix, if it bothers you.

    Hornlip Today, 12:12 AM Go to last post

    Re: Fs: Pro french horn double

    I had a Reynolds Contempora in 1977 and really dug it. I had previously played a Conn 8D. The Reynolds did not have the same weightiness of the Conn, a quality some people would like. Depending on...

    gary Today, 12:10 AM Go to last post
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