Name that Trumpet (part 2)

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by coolerdave, Jul 3, 2011.

  1. Peter McNeill

    Peter McNeill Utimate User

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    I only have 3, and I think nearly all would ID them quickly; so a short thread.
    My three:
    1. Jupiter 846RL
    2. Olds Clark Terry L-13T
    3. Schagerl Killer Queen.
    Maybe a mix of Cornets to test the true F'horn giants....I will have to learn how to do those recordings.
    Thanks again, good thread.
     
  2. turtlejimmy

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    I wasn't even close .... but impressed with the Holton Symphony (my fav of the bunch). Is that a T-101?

    Sound clips from my group would be pretty easy to distinguish, I think. If there was only somebody around here who sounded good enough on them for a clip......:-(

    Connstellation 38b
    Getzen Severinsen
    Eastman 420g
    Martin Handcraft (1924).

    The Eastman would be the hard one to identify, I think, because nobody knows what it sounds like (dark, but not as rich or broad as the Connstellation). The old Handcraft is odd too ..... sounds nothing like a Committee:-(.

    Turtle
     
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  3. Dave Mickley

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    couldn't attempt to say which horn is which but I like #1 the best.
     
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  4. coolerdave

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    Thanks for checking them out..... I would reallly enjoy hearing those horns you have and you playing them..that's part of the fun
     
  5. coolerdave

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    The Symphony was made before Leblanc bought Holton. I actually played one of the T101's and it really felt and sounded Bach like. This Symphony plays really nice but is quite a bit darker.... well that's what I thought until I heard it recorded.
     
  6. turtlejimmy

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    I probably won't even recognize the sound of my trumpets when they're recorded.

    I'm getting a practice shed built and intend to do some recording in there ... If I got my teacher to play the instruments (30+ years more experience than me), we'd get a Mt. Vernon Bach thrown into the mix, plus something that's more sophisticated than my version of When The Saints Go Marching In.:lol:

    Turtle
     
  7. coolerdave

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    AWESOME!!! I wish you didn't feel so self conscious about how you play...the group here is great.. and I am sure I am somewhere in the lower 20% in the forum on skill level .. and if I am nuts enough to post (cracks and all) .. you are safe Turtle
     
  8. coolerdave

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    A lot of lookers but not alot of takers.. were the clips too long and time consuming?
     
  9. coolerdave

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    in case anyone was interested in checking this out before it gets lost in the myriad of threads ... clips are on the first page
     
  10. dkrice

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    My guess as well. I'm surprised I got any correct. :shock:
     
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