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Discussion in 'Jazz / Commercial' started by Tootsall, Oct 10, 2004.
The guy must have taken all he could stand from the front row.
Maybe Leigh can retro-fit your Eclipse.
And maybe add this -- wow what an effect!
http://www.parismtnsignco.com/SHOW LIGHT BROCHURE.htm
I would throw in a nice Kelly Glow-in-the-dark mouthpiece -- not that you would need it!
MC, those lights are BA dude!! What's the price on that?
yeah I might have to get one of those. For the eventual gig where it's really dark.
or those times when I want to play late at night on some street corner (probably get mugged)
I put the link up under the pic. I have not checked into the price. Visit the website and check it out. Wouldn't that be a kick for a holiday "parade of lights" or one of those outdoor nighttime Christmas gigs?
Yep. Much prettier than the battery-powered string of twinkle lights I decorated the euphonium with at last year's "Tuba Christmas"!
(First time I'd played something with that large a mouthpiece! Went back to trumpet the next day and it felt like I was trying to blow on the receiver with no mouthpiece at all!)
Edit: just looked at the website... no prices. Jim, how the heck would you play a trombone with the slide all tied up in lights!?
Second Edit: was checking out the other applications.. the 6' unit for tent is $24.95. That's probably sufficient for a trumpet.
It looks like two sections of sorts. It looks like there is a battery back on the bell section and another on the slide section. That would work (would make the slide heavy).
BTW, I "stole" your post and put it up on the drum corps forum. They are having some fun with it:
I saw one of those things with the gas jet advertised on tv just last week. It was called the Ronco Blues Shooter. $19.95! But wait! There's more! Act now and we'll send the neon tubing!