Is it Possible to "Outgrow" an Instrument?

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  1. kehaulani

    kehaulani Fortissimo User

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    Excellent suggestion. You guys should really do this, and listen and think while you're doing it. And do it often.
     
  2. gmonady

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    And God love em, because that person made it. As an BS, MS, PhD and MD, let me tell you that medical education in the USA is a highly regulated, an the most grueling educational venture that I ever experienced. The curriculum assures the person making it through will give you the highly appropriate care. So that last person in the class will give you the care you need, be assured of that.


    As for me, I was voted a member of Alpha Omega Alpha while in medical school. Look that organization up, and be reassured that my perspectives that I give here on TM are of the highest quality and I ONLY provide them when I think it will really really be beneficial to our members. Our members deserve that quality. This is the only trumpet site that I feel deserves such insight, TM is that good.
     
  3. Rapier

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    However they can still pass out, without being able to spell, apparently. ;-)
     
  4. gmonady

    gmonady Utimate User

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    ...and why do you think our hand writting is so bad?
     
  5. Rapier

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    Oh, now I see it! So we can't see the spellings! Obvious now you point it out. :-)
     
  6. Cornyandy

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    That's Eclipse spelt Kanstul
     
  7. Rapier

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    Shut it, you.
     
  8. veery715

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    Well, at least it's wheat free.
     

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