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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by jazz9, Jan 9, 2008.
I think I just got killed by the green monster (envy) looking at all those horns!
If anybody needs a place to send these horns if they're taking up too much space or something, I'd be happy to pay the shipping and handling to my house in PA. PM me for the address.
Well, for that matter, send them to me! All I've got to show for my playing is a student model Bach that's getting old fast!
My Mt Vernon Bach Strad.
What is that thing on the mouthpiece??
It's a tone intensifier. Here's a link to a newer model, I don't believe they sell mine any more. Brass Review.com - Sound Sleeve Mouthpiece Tone Intensifier
Here's a new "artsy" pic of my Bach 184G cornet, and my main trumpet, a '77 Bach 43 ML Strad. Nothing too special about it (other than a 3rd valve water key), except it's in terrific shape for its age, and it plays great.
You and that new camera are a dangerous combo!
miles71, for your horn's finish how about satin or brushed with bright finish inside the bell and on the top and bottom valve caps. This looks really nice.
Your right ! I think he delights in teasing me with his beautiful 184.
You know, in all my years, I have seen countless beautiful horns of all types .
But for some reason, Dales 184 justs kills me.
Here are some lousy pics of my 10B. Click on the thumbs for larger images.
Does anyone have a suggestion to bring out the shine on my 10B. It is original gold plate, and is probably getting very thin by now. So I'll need something gentle yet effective.