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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Clarence, Nov 6, 2008.
Its time to clean that horn when your son walks in to music room and acuses you of ripping one!
When I was in the Air Force Band, years ago we used to say:"When your range increases by a third, it is time to clean the horn!"
yeah that's pretty bad
You know its time to clean your horn when the green funk bites back.
If you have to chew your backwash... it's time to clean your horn....
When your trumpet starts turning green....and it's NOT raw brass....
You might need to clean your horn.
When that's not a piece of rice that just crawled out.