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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by coolerdave, Mar 8, 2012.
No, I insist, after you.
No no, please, it would be my pleasure!
Lay's is the 'ole Nashville vocal sessiontrick, they call it 'greazing' up the pipes. Guess if you can get your tracks done in a day, you don't care if your lips are swollen the next day.
I actually tried it once for a rock session, don't know if was psychosomatic or what, seemed to work, of course the irish whisky helped, too
You are both chips off the old block. Sorry it had to be said.
French fries from Krystal work pretty well, too, especially if you chase 'em with a couple sliders. That's my on-the-road meal before some gigs. Easy to get "loose" with the notes, and the swelling doesn't kick in until after the gig is over...
Chip and Dale (or Dip) met Salsa and ran off together to become dancing gigolos! Maybe they need to switch to play the Kanstul Mariachi Trumpets!
who needs a Kanstul knock off when yo uhave the real deal
and I was reading some of these comments to my wife... she thinks we have too much time on our hands and should be practicing ..and using our creative genius for music.
@ Dale ... I wouldn't dream of it..after you
Oil can be squeezed from those chips to use on your valves. Okay, grease .... but it still could work.
SQUEEZE? HA HA!! All gotta do is touch them, then run your fingers over you slides and valves (be sure to lick the salt off first, don't want accidentally "lap" your valves).
Nice plug for Frito-Lay. I worked for them for 3 years. Salt wrecks my lips too, but if you've ever had a chip before it goes through the seasoning tumbler, you wouldn't care.