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    Ricardo Moraes

    Improvisation: A union of mind, body and music

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    Ricardo Moraes 04-27-2017 05:22 AM
    Matty Bannond

    Improvisation: A union of mind, body and music

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    I heard Mario Rivera on bari many times with George Coleman's octet back in the 80's. Last week I heard a great tenor player on the radio and it was him. He had a great tenor sound and played his...

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    I can only answer for my necks: the Gloger Copper sounds more focused and is a bit more on the treble side. The Gloger Silver has that big classic sound that I like very much. I compared all my necks...

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    Gordon (NZ)

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    I am absolutely certain that Selmer continued using a lacquer on at least some models, that was very much affected by heat, well after the 70s. (Perhaps they regarded it as having better cosmetics...

    Gordon (NZ) Today, 01:20 PM Go to last post

    Re: Best and safe way to trade a horn

    I read in another thread a while back, that you can both essentially buy each other's horns on PayPal. You'd have to pay the fees, but then if one person never sends their instrument then you can...

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