Pictures of your trumpet

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by jazz9, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. jazz9

    jazz9 Piano User

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    Show it off! Mine's not worth it. Let me see your best horn!

    I want to see a variety so I'll know what I want to buy.
     
  2. Richard Oliver

    Richard Oliver Forte User

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    Search on TM for Eye Candy. You'll love it.
     
  3. Toobz

    Toobz Mezzo Piano User

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    I have the perfect method that will never fail to procure you the perfect horn. Are you ready ?
     
  4. Toobz

    Toobz Mezzo Piano User

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    Buy one of everything !

    It never fails to deliver ! :cool:
     
  5. hubnub

    hubnub Piano User

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    how do you post imagaes?.... i'm stupid
     
  6. Jumpinj

    Jumpinj New Friend

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    Definately play and make a decision! Don't make a decision off appearence!

    This is my old B&S Exquisite. Looks like hell and plays wonderful!

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    This is a Phaeton. The most beautiful trumpet I have seen but when I played it, it played like crap!!

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  7. Matt o-iii<O

    Matt o-iii<O Pianissimo User

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    Looks like hell, what are you talking about.
    That B&S looks gorgeous.
    I love the vintage look.
     
  8. mchs3d

    mchs3d Mezzo Forte User

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    I thought Arturo played a Phaeton?
     
  9. Jimi Michiel

    Jimi Michiel Forte User

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    1) Upload your picture to ImageShack (www.imageshack.us).

    2) Copy the URL where your picture is hosted

    3) In the TM window, click on the picture icon (a square with a little mountain and sun in it) right about the text window.

    4) Paste the URL from your picture into the window that pops up.

    5) Click OK. You're done!

    Hope this isn't too confusing...

    -Jimi
     
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  10. hubnub

    hubnub Piano User

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    thanks JImi, I'll try it.
     

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