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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by guadarrama, Jul 11, 2012.
Yep !! Walk away, it's not the horns fault.....
No, but I know a guy who went even further..........
If you do - remember:
I'm here to pick up the pieces.
Sometimes if I feel like throwing something at a wall the solution is to go off and play the trumpet instead. Settles things down.
Never, throw my baby against the wall? Never. Do I get frustrated sometimes? Of course, but I know that I will have a better day tomorrow. Monday, had a bad playing day and it was community band. Yesterday, I had one of the best days in a LONG time. So, I know it will work out eventually.
Well, go ahead and do it. Support your local and not so local trumpet repair technicians; music stores, market places, etc. Not to mention Lowes, Home Depot, hardware stores across America.
I have a couple of trumpets, a cornet and a bass trumpet. When I am having a bad day on one horn, I switch horns; and sometimes end up on the bass trumpet.
Other days, I just put the horn away and try again later. Why get mad at the horn? Save the horn and fling yourself against the wall!
Only if it's my Ambassador!! Then I would have to repair the damage to the wall!!
Right in front of the music store!!
Flute player! FLUTE PLAYER!!!! I KNEW it!
NO! I have been found out!!!!!
(never played the flute for more then 1 squeaky note in my life)