Holiday sale

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by pops, Nov 27, 2005.

  1. pops

    pops Pianissimo User

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    Ho, Ho, HO time again.

    I know that I am not able to be on like I used to. I often go a month or longer without being able to log on and even look. However; I

    wanted to show that I do appreciate the relationship that we have had in the past.

    So:

    I am announcing a sale only available to forum readers. This price is not on a normal website page so use the link I include here.

    http://www.bbtrumpet.com/Tmastersale.html

    For the next 2 weeks I am selling the starter set (Trumpet FAQ's, Air on the move, Chops Builder, and 30 minutes a day to better playing) for a discount.

    The price is 50 dollars plus shipping (20% less than retail and 10% less than my multi-book discount.)

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    The works an 8 book set including (The No Nonsense Trumpet From A-Z, Trumpet FAQ's, The Pros Talk Embouchure (which has articles from 20 other authors of trumpet books, How the Chops Work (69 diagrams and pictures explaining EVERY embouchure), Chops Builder, Air on the Move, The Next Level, and 30 minutes a Day to Better Playing (the hardest book you will every play out of.)

    The price for this is 125 dollars plus shipping (25% less than retail and 10% less than my multi-book discount.)

    I have sold to many through the years and people come back and buy others to give to friends.

    Buy a set for your local school or your friend or maybe even yourself. ;-)

    Link to shopping cart http://www.bbtrumpet.com/Tmastersale.html

    I am also offering a discount on any lessons bought as a holiday present.

    The phone lesson is 60 dollars (normally 75)

    An all day lesson is 350 dollars (normally 400)




    I hope that everyone has a great holiday season and I wish you all good health and the best for 2006.
     
  2. TrumpetsAreFun

    TrumpetsAreFun Pianissimo User

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    Damn, I wish I wasn't broke and poor.
     

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