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    whamptoncourt

    GIVING THE LISTENER A BREAK – AVOIDING THE TIGHTROPE OF LISTENER STRESS

    Excellent article. I think within this, and what Martin refers to, is the unfortunate tendency for... Go to last post

    whamptoncourt 12-09-2017 06:12 PM
    whamptoncourt

    My 25 guys - whom to imitate

    This is all too familiar and I'm afraid that it just continually leads to more cut and paste style... Go to last post

    whamptoncourt 12-09-2017 03:37 AM
    whamptoncourt

    Chuck Israels - "An Unpopular Perspective on Jazz Education"

    Amen brother! There's no doubt that everyone needs to learn how to use the tools and take in what... Go to last post

    whamptoncourt 12-08-2017 09:14 PM
    whamptoncourt

    The #1 Thing You Need to Do To Become a Great Improviser

    This is a great reply that I'd like to take just a step further. I think we have similar... Go to last post

    whamptoncourt 12-08-2017 06:32 PM
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    milandro

    Re: Fred Lebayle Problem - help?

    Well I suppose that threads like this will have some impact of the one on one sales but as long as there are well stocked shops selling them ( here in the NL there are several), a boycot with any...

    milandro Today, 07:43 AM Go to last post
    Robyn

    Re: I am pushing too hard to make any sound

    "Getting back to putting the reed on the mouthpiece in the right way--I had mentioned that the larger the facing the farther over the tip of the mouthpiece the reed should be placed to compensate for...

    Robyn Today, 07:38 AM Go to last post
    belassiter

    Re: Star Wars Stripes Forever;

    Thanks, that's my favorite part as well. Changing the trio to minor to make it fit with the Imperial March worked out surprisingly well.

    belassiter Today, 07:35 AM Go to last post
    musefound

    Re: Star Wars Stripes Forever;

    FUN!

    musefound Today, 07:12 AM Go to last post
    saxzman

    Re: FS: King (Cleveland) Silver-Sonic tenor

    Im sorry but I have to totally disagree that single sockets are the best. I have a double socket Super 20 that plays great and most of the single sockets I have played are very sharp up high. No I am...

    saxzman Today, 07:09 AM Go to last post