My NYTC Stage1 by Tom Green!

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by friarsd, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. gmonady

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    TO ALL, Just placed a request in to Tom for a post!

    BUT seriously, is there anything TM can do to make it easier to post pictures again prior to when the format for the site was changed a few monhts ago? Well at least we were albe to make our Avatars.
     
  2. turtlejimmy

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    Photobucket. It's free, it's easy ....... The only problem I have with it is that there's no photo of a Super Recording in my group.:-(


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  3. tag1541

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    Only photobucket seems to work for me! Let's give these a try.

    Thanks,

    Tom

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  4. gmonady

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    Beautiful friarsd, simply beautiful. AND TOM you are the BEST!
     
  5. veery715

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    Bar 17 through 24.
     
  6. turtlejimmy

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    I feel your pain, brother. Bridges are important to musicians. Look for it in Veery's post.

    If you're still in need of some relief from that burning money in your pockets ... I can send you the latest KORG Bridgefinder.:D


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  7. Dave Mickley

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    I have used Tom Green and Charlie Melk and both do great work. I have heard that there are a few others that do good work also. We are lucky to have such craftsmen in the great U.S.of A. to help us trumpet players out. Keep sending these guys work so that they can stay in business.
     
  8. gmonady

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    I seconded that. I may not have sent Tom enough business to put his kids through college, but I bet the work I gave him this year I bet did help pay for a heck of a lot of text books!
     
  9. turtlejimmy

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    Another great looking horn from Tom. I like the way the engraving on the bell is shiny, while the rest of the horn is a matte finish, that is really cool. I still think that Cyber Shake's power bore from Tom Green is the best looking trumpet on the planet ...... so far.

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  10. gmonady

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    As gorgeous as it looks, playing it was EVEN BETTER. Like making love to a beautiful, sensuous woman. Cyber_Shake Power Bore is gorgeous in sound as well.
     

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