It can drive you nuts....

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Inkwolf, Jun 10, 2013.

  1. rankamateur

    rankamateur Mezzo Forte User

    May 1, 2013
    Merry Ol' England
    Yep. It's a case of horses for courses. What will likely happen is you'll spend all your money getting many trumpets, justifying it to yourself (and your wife!) by saying you need different horns for different things. Then you might just fancy a flugel, and a cornet...and you just can't get 'that' sound unless you have a Brirish cornet too...and doesn't Maurice Andre play beautifully on that piccolo, and I wonder if I could where can I get one from?

    Slippery slope!
  2. Inkwolf

    Inkwolf Pianissimo User

    May 26, 2013
    The problem is that my lips refuse to work more than 30-45 minutes a day, but shopping is available 24-7.:lol:

    But, no fear of my collecting horns, not enough cash. I am willing to stop at:
    1. My old 1975 Conn Director cornet from school with the loose pipe
    2. The leaky Taiwan Devillier

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