Getting back in the game

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by nexus99, May 25, 2010.

  1. nexus99

    nexus99 New Friend

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    My wife and I have decided to bring music into our home. She is transferring her KHIM skills (you have to look it up) to piano and I am going to see if I can figure out how to play trumpet again.

    I am on the prowl for a Getzen 700 Eterna (or Eterna II)... once I have one its on :-)

    Its been a loonggg time...
     
  2. s.coomer

    s.coomer Forte User

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    Welcome to TM, enjoy your stay. Remember a comeback is work but it is work that is worth it.
     
  3. nexus99

    nexus99 New Friend

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    Lets see if my lips can take it!
     
  4. SteveMac

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    I have also been out for about 27 years. Its not easy the first few days, but it gets easier.
     
  5. Jackson Arch

    Jackson Arch Piano User

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    Welcome back! I'm just getting back into playing also and have found that this is a super place to seek advice and support. Spent 28 years thinking I could not possibly dedicate the appropriate amount of time playing again. I was wrong. Still don't have the time, but now I just sleep less at home and more at work!

    As was stated, it is worth it. (Wife probably doesn't agree yet, but WHO ASKED HER ANYHOW!)
     
  6. nexus99

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    We just got my wife her first piano... so she is sucking just as bad as I will be :-)
     
  7. Jackson Arch

    Jackson Arch Piano User

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    Wise purchase. Can't go wrong with that. I have always wanted a piano in the house. Hmmmm....ebay....piano.....get rid of that TV....
     
  8. Jackson Arch

    Jackson Arch Piano User

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    Holy smokes! There are 3216 pianos for sale on ebay. I wonder if a USPS Flat Rate Box would handle a piano...
     
  9. SteveMac

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    I don't think they make one that big. Would love to see the mail man try to pick up that box...
     
  10. Buck with a Bach

    Buck with a Bach Fortissimo User

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    He'd probably just leave one of those sticky notes on your door and make you come down to the office and pick it up yourself!!:lol::oops:
     

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