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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by tobylou8, Feb 15, 2016.
What, doesn't everyone start their buffing with a Scotch-Brite pad?
Love the edit function!
I think the seller missed an opportunity here. He could have advertised, "Custom modified lightweight bell for added brilliance of tone."
Man, I can't even tell what the first horn IS?!
Whaa? Is you fo real?
Buffy, the horn slayer!
His vision is blurred from his highly polished silver sax.
Maybe that's why I can read the engraving on that, my Tenor Sax has 90 year old silver plating that probably hasn't been polished in 20+ years. Not my doing, though, I've only had it since 2014.
Now that's the way a sax should be maintained. The sax player in our quintet has never polished his Selmer. It is the most beautiful Selmer I have ever seen, and forget the fact that he got it from Frank Foster.