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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by entrancing1, Apr 9, 2013.
Just a reminder....
OK! See you all there!
Here's what I am bringing:
Sima C trumpet lacquer
NYTC California C s.p.
York Professional Cornet s.p.
Olds Ambassador ’68 mod to C by Bill Jones
King Silvertone Cornet ~’50
B&H Sovereign 921 s.p. ‘77
Carol 7770 Cornet lq 2013
King HN White Cornet s.p. small bore ‘04
Buescher 265 Custom Built Cornet lq
Holton Cornet ~1930 s.p.
Puje copper plated by DQ
Selmer Sigma lq 2013
Selmer K-Mod lq
Callet Jazz '90s s.p.
Getzen Severinsen s.p.late ‘60s?
Harrelson 909 g.p. early 2000s
Eclipse 2004 g.p. bell bow tuning
Jupiter 1600i Ingram s.p. 2011
Olds Mendez ’62 s.p.
Olds Opera Premiere ’57-8
Olds Recording ’57-8
Olds Super Recording ‘40s
Olds Special lq ‘47
Conn 40B g.p. 30’s
Conn 12B 1950 s.p.
Benetone lq ??
Kanstul 1525 Flugelhorn 2006
Holly Cow, Veery715 IS a one man trumpet hang. Man do I wish I lived closer to Buffalo!
I thought yhou said you had a smaller car?
...that obviously runs on valve oil fumes, from highly efficient packed trumpets.
I do. Even the front passenger seat has cases on it and on the floor. The back seat is full to the top of the front headrests. The trunk on this '99 A4 is very roomy - there are 13 cases in it with 14 horns. It's a lovely car as long as I can afford gas and do most of my own repairs!
I will be vigilantly anticipating stops as I want the ones in the back seat to STAY THERE!
2/3rds of the cornbread ready for tomorrow. The chili tastes outstanding and my guacamole is always great. I know you are coming for the trumpets but the food will not disappoint.
Here's the chili project before we found big-enough pots.
These pics are before the beans.
Beans, beans, the magical fruit...