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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Chuck Cox, May 26, 2012.
fantastic, let me know when you guys are down in New Orleans. I have some horns for you to try.
I read your Beep, Beep post Gary, then I got distracted singing the song. Nice 1.
hey guy did you catch the "cute chick" in the picture?? ---- I mean what is a good looking woman like that doing hanging out with these old guys??? such is the luck in California ---"Californian Dreamin'" --- wine, women, and the waves - -dude!! far out!!
I wouldn't mind trading horns with ya Chuck! Granted in my small town we don't have parking garage but we could find something!
Wait, who traded what for what?
Read their posts carefully. Its's clearly obvious, they were trading 4's in the parking lot.
Yes, I see now........ Thank you gmonady, I get it. Too bad, I though Dave Hetzer got a great deal by trading a conn for a committee!
That would only happen if Chuck were demented... Or Dave slipped him ACID... Oh wait... they were in California.
Chuck, you better check your trumpet case...
I know you were on a trip... just hope is wasn't a 'bad trip' if you know what I mean!
The Doc is right. That would be a very bad trip. Check your horn and make sure.
... It was a blast meeting Chuck and Jeanne.... Chuck told me he was bringing his Committee so I was trying to find something he might get a kick out of playing .... I thought the 28b Concert Grand might be a horn he hadn't played yet...
We wanted to hit the pier with the ladies so we basically did a quick toot , MUSICAL TOOT, and headed for the sun and surf.
Hey, Chuck played the best Ave Maria in Santa Monica that day... hands down ... seemed pretty appropriate considering the parking lot acoustics