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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Brad-K, Mar 19, 2013.
I had this one done just for fun.
Tom, how much does it run to do that?
Cannonball has some black nickel, shiny and matte that look nice. I think that would be a better option than lacquer. Imagine how terrible it will look if it takes a bump or a ding.
It could help it burn faster!
Tom, I would prefer black or Navy blue, but red is still better than pink, green, orange.... ugh!
It didn't cost me any extra. Charlie Melk's restoration in lacquer is currently $825.
There are some colors Charlie won't do because they end up looking like crap and he doesn't want to spray the lacquer too thick. That red is a little pinkish (the color is accurate in the picture) but it looks good.
I like this post. Words of wisdom.
...I guess what intrigues me the most about this, is paying $2300, only to have people think you paid $99.00
I watched a very attractive young lady play a coloured trumpet once - well, I think the trumpet was coloured, hmmm, I think it was a trumpet.
Especially after taking a hefty dose of Pepto Bismol
Hm, maybe I should play it for Sunday's concert of circus music