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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by 9horn, Nov 8, 2014.
What note is being played at 4:30ish? Roy Roman Trumpet-Great is Thy Faithfulness - YouTube
Yes - with the Reverb on full - sounds like it is being played into a Box Canyon. - not a great thing to listen to - like muddy water.
A DHC - but first up in the Sunday morning with no reference for my relative pitch.
Really, I thought with such a rich tone throughout and stratospheric high trailing note made the song.
Roy can play well - that note with the reverb that trailed off - was variable to say the least. IMO
I am only commenting on that note BTW - not the rest of the tune, or on Roy as a player - no doubt he really has a great resume.
I think it sounds a bit higher [it seems like it's the G above DHC but it's hard for me to tell exactly]...a concert F of some sort is what I keep hearing...
On a side note, it looks like the horn on the album cover is one of those red-lacquer extensively-engraved Kenosha Martin Committees from the 1980s...
Does sound like a dbl G to me.
there is some kind of effect on the end of it. maybe a flanger?