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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by ltg_trumpet, Mar 20, 2009.

  1. tunefultrumpet

    tunefultrumpet Pianissimo User

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    that has to be the most unusual looking trumpet I have ever seen, wow!
     
  2. jtbtrumpet91

    jtbtrumpet91 Pianissimo User

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    I love it!! Except I don't think I would actually want to play with that...
     
  3. GoodMusic@PA

    [email protected] Piano User

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    Very unusual, but I think it is another piece of expensive piping-i don't think it will play very well(IMHO)
     
  4. Publius_

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    I gotta say that's amazing trumpet and if I had the money and if it were for sale I would but it. Does it sound the same as regular trumpets? or different?
     
  5. Artemisia

    Artemisia Pianissimo User

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    Reminds me a lot of this ...

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  6. Rushtucky

    Rushtucky Pianissimo User

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    Wow...killer trumpet to say the least!
     
  7. Liblip

    Liblip New Friend

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    It is an intriguing horn- but it's designed to cave your chest and put your head off-center. (I guess Miles and Chet Baker would've been worthy candidate players for such a design!) You have to wonder how the unique bell and body braces effect the acoustics. -Ed
     
  8. DivineWind

    DivineWind New Friend

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    Kind of a 'reverse-Diz' design.....

    I think that, with the dual-bell, one will get a double-tongued sound when generating only a single... Thus, imagine, your quad-tongued sound, from a mere double...:)
     
  9. shadowpwner

    shadowpwner New Friend

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    Any trumpet with a riflescope is better than a Monette, to say the least.ROFL
     

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