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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Wlfgng, Sep 5, 2008.
Francisco, how do you see the heat colour out in the open?
Well, if I had a larger house with a thousand acres, I would use a real forge to anneal my bells. Currently, I need to do the solder and annealing job on a small workshop two metres from the anvil.
Did you see how Mr. Champagne makes his historical replica swords in New Jersey ???
That's the workshop of my dreams...
Yes we all crave a proper shed - I have my forge and anvil in an otherwise disused single car garage - my only problems centre around soot from the fire interferring with my wife's washing obsession, and the neighbours objecting to the hammer - but I'm always considerate, I don't light it all up at 2.30 in the morning - that's trumpettin' time.
Too many years ago at a summer music program on the last day. my friend and I marched over to the faculty dorm. One of us pushed the tuning slide all the way in. the other pulled their's out about 2 inches and we played the beginning of the Vivaldi concerto in C for two trumpets. made a terrific sound and woke everybody up! Ahhh, memories, memories
Bob, you have a nasty streak, don't you? It makes me giggle but.