Big day in fuzzville tomorrow

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  1. gordonfurr1

    gordonfurr1 Forte User

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    Tomorrow...
    Tuesday...

    Wow..a banner day!

    I receive THREE...COUNT 'EM.....THREE.....trumpets!

    I am driving several hours to get a nnnniiiccceeee Elkhart Strad 37....silver...
    And am picking up the vintage IMPERATOR fluted bell peashooter....
    AND LAST (and prob least)
    I'm getting the SARGENT vintage super-long-spaghetti-shooter!

    WHAT A DAY!

    I will scarcely sleep tonight, I'd bet!
     
  2. ConnDirectorFan

    ConnDirectorFan Fortissimo User

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    Lot of horns! and I'm still looking for a few specific, random trumpet/cornet models!
    But I look forward to comparison and review, possibly videos (esp. the Imperator/B&F and the Sargent)
     
  3. gordonfurr1

    gordonfurr1 Forte User

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    And I've a corner full of cases in the corner full of a variety of non-descript student horns I've picked up and worked on. Plus another on the kitchen counter taken all apart and am preparing to convert into a trial run C cornet with tuning bell. Why not? Might as well leave a dent in this thing called life.

    I've never even played a Strad 37, much less owned one before...tomorrow will be a very interesting interplay of old horns and newer.

    Plus...I am looking at possibly trying a late forties New York Bach Strad 37 in raw brass. Medium bore. THAT has piqued my interest.
     
  4. gunshowtickets

    gunshowtickets Forte User

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    Saweeeeeet!

    Since you're finding all these nice Strads, let me know if you find one with a 43 or 72 bell and large bore and interested in trade + cash...
     

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