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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Tobias014, Sep 18, 2013.
This is why I own a pair of Flip Oakes Wild Thing trumpets. They come standard with all the notes..........
well then ...you better not waste the good ones then
But ole buddy ole pal GM and I (KT) have extra notes - just to sell to the rest of ya's
I hate to encourage him, but this very random comment elicited audible mirth in the form of an unexpected snort-laugh at an undisclosed location in Ft. Worth, TX. Kinda felt like one of those rare occasions when I laugh at one of my dad's jokes. Don't think I've quite recovered from New Year's.......
Oh, I say, Belvedere! Bring me a mint juleps!
$75 for a note is pretty cheap, but we have to consider the raw material and how abused gmonady's have been. We'll have to spend a whole bunch of time working on them to get them in playable condition. I would suggest fabricating our notes from scratch. Should take less time and produce better results. Cheaper, too.
I've abused a few notes myself - usually by dropping the high ones and crushing the low ones.
What's the ideal material for constructing new ones? Unobtainium?
Snips and snails and puppy-dog tails + sugar and spice and everything nice.
Plus junk food--can't forget that!
Genuine notes are finely wrought - unobtainium notes are invariably forged
(sorry - metallurgist's in-joke )