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Discussion in 'TM Lounge' started by trpguyy, Dec 6, 2003.

  1. trpguyy

    trpguyy Piano User

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  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Forte User

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    ohh my! :shock:
     
  3. Thevor

    Thevor Pianissimo User

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    Next to the Volcano
    Hey, at least his spray painting skills look like they are getting better.
     
  4. trpguyy

    trpguyy Piano User

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    It's satin silverplate done by Anderson.
     
  5. jamesfrmphilly

    jamesfrmphilly Piano User

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    the north philly ghetto
    it doesn't have a string on the third valve :(
     
  6. dauminator3

    dauminator3 Pianissimo User

    haha.....

    "This trumpet isn't for everyone. Only bid if you want a VERY DARK RICH CENTERED TONE WITH AN UNBELIEVABLE DYNAMIC RANGE."

    Well, in that case, count me out......

    Jared
     
  7. jondoe

    jondoe New Friend

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    Notice the tear-jerking sales tactics under "Why I reduced the price;"
     
  8. Tootsall

    Tootsall Fortissimo User

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    Yee HAW!
    I'd just remind folks that Harrelson's modified horns have been around for several years now, as well as advertised and discussed in several different forums in the past. What nobody HAS seen yet is a rational review done by an experienced AND RECOGNIZED player capable of truly evaluating what he's playing. I for one would would like to read such a review before assuming that the horn is a Trabant with Edsel fins attached.

    Maybe if you take ANY decent horn, add a lot of mass to it, it'll play with characteristics that fit Harrelson's description. But maybe only a select few would feel comfortable with such a horn too.

    I DO know that he won't be touching my Schilke!
     

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