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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Peter McNeill, Mar 31, 2014.
If it was on a Sunday I would have come. I can not do Saturday. Hmm.
Wow - your THE MAN as we say here. Dude! You made that happen and fast. Last week you inquired on TM on how to do a trumpet hang ----now this week you got a date , participants, and almost 50 trumpets on display --- that's awesome
List is Now 65 HORNS - Many Thanks to those who have made contact.
B&S Challenger 3137L Dizzy
Bach Stradivarius 184G L Cornet
Bach Stradivarius 37 L (Custom)
Bach Stradivarius 37 ML
Bach Stradivarius 43 ML
Bach Stradivarius Mt, Vernon LB
BG Bb Trumpet
BG C Trumpet
Buffet Crampon Balanced
Conn “The Connstellation”
Conn 40B Vocabell
Holton ST-302 MF Horn
Jupiter 846RL Flugelhorn
Jupiter pocket trumpet
King Silver Sonic,
Olds Ambassador A6T Shepherd's crook
Olds Ambassador Long model
Olds CT Flugelhorn
Olds Studio Cornet
Olds Super Cornet
Olds Super Trumpet
Schagerl James Morrison
Schagerl Killer Queen
Schlub Brassworks Dingo
Selmer Concept TT
Selmer Concert T C trumpet
Selmer Ferron C,
Selmer Grand Prix,
Selmer Radial 99 (Large bore)
Selmer Radials in C, D, Eb,
Selmer short and long picc,
Taylor Chicago 46 Magnum Max
Weril Regium II Flugel (FOR SALE)
Yamaha YTR 634
Yamaha YTR 732
Get the word out - The Aussie Trumpet Muster is a goer!
I stand corrected -- NOW at 65 horns ----------------------------- I think in college I took the GMonady math class, which was similar to the English class ---- where any answer that was ---"close enough" allowed one to pass the course without damaging our overall GPA.
Can't confirm yet, but I should be able to make it. Horns in my sig - does a long cornet count?
You Betcha - It would be great to see you there.
I will only add the horns if confirmed that you're coming. We really hope you can make it.
To the Trumpet Community -
A very special Guest will be attending the Aussie Trumpet Muster and holding a workshop.... but I will hold back the name for a little while - just to add some Mystery to who this Master may be... Wanna Guess??
If you play trumpet - this event is NOT to be Missed.
I can't make it so its not me - I'm guessing James Morrison -- what do I win ?
Nothing. The person referenced by Peter is Australian and plays on a Yamaha trumpet.
VB has the instincts - the Guest has played with James Morrison - probably the Australian face of Yamaha after James Morrison moved on to Schagerl.
Nice try KT - but no cigars.
And this Guest is a TM member..