more than one?

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by harveyhassanator, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. harveyhassanator

    harveyhassanator Pianissimo User

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    thanks dale. never played on a olds flugel, may try that if i hole my courtois flugel :)
     
  2. rowuk

    rowuk Moderator Staff Member

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    Hardware won't solve your issue. To be able to cuddle up to all the notes on a horn, you have to have a pretty intimate relationship. Cheating on your main horn may provide some excitement, but won't really enhance the audiences experience UNTIL you find YOUR VOICE. Look at the top pros: they aren't switching between trumpets on a gig. They have their priorities beween the ears, not between the lips and audience.
     
  3. harveyhassanator

    harveyhassanator Pianissimo User

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    yeah, I guess your right. ill just have to learn how to produce my sound in a different way. thanks
     

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