Pictures of your trumpet

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

  1. Jimi Michiel

    Jimi Michiel Forte User

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    What kind of sub-woofer is your trumpet sitting on?

    -Jimi
     
  2. jazz9

    jazz9 Piano User

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    In fact, I'd like anyone out there who has a California Bb trumpet of any model to let me know anything they know about it. I would like to know as much as I can about it. Thanks!

    ex.- warranty, resistance (or lack thereof), looks, breakability (in marching season on trailers or something), and anything else you can think of :)
     
  3. tatakata

    tatakata Mezzo Forte User

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    just looks like it has no finish.

     
  4. jazz9

    jazz9 Piano User

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    just looks like it has no finish.- tatakata

    did he take it off or something? or did it not come with one?
     
  5. uapiper

    uapiper Pianissimo User

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    Raw brass and copper boys, the stuff dreams are made of, simply gorgeous.
     
  6. miles71

    miles71 Mezzo Piano User

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    My Bb will be a year old in April. so I guess it is about 8 months old. It is presently unfinished, or raw. It was built that way so I could play test it and make any changes I wanted without messing up the finish. I plan on sending it out in feb for Gold plating. I do have a pretty high acid level in my sweat, so the horn got ugly fast.

    As far as Stage 1 reviews I think they are some of the best trumpets being made. I cannot say enough good things about how I am treated by Felix I recommend the NYTC highly. If you do a search of NYTC or Stage 1 you will find many reviews. If you have some specific question send me a PM of email me through my website below.

    I'll post pics when the horn is plated to for you guys.
    TD
     
  7. burgerbob

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    If the raw brass wouldn't pit, I would almost leave that horn that way... it looks great, very good for turning heads in a section. Or, just gold plate all the spots you touch, or similar.
     
  8. annapurna

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    My Thein MH-One (Matthias Höfs Model)

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  9. tomcat

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    Hey I'm glad you noticed! That is a McIntosh SL-1. Probably one of the most tight, accurate sounding sub I have heard. That thing retailed $2000 new. It weighs like 100 pounds.
     
  10. ALLCHOPS

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    On No - Sub Wars....:dontknow: :dontknow: :dontknow: :dontknow:

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