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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by jazz9, Jan 9, 2008.
What kind of sub-woofer is your trumpet sitting on?
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
just looks like it has no finish.
just looks like it has no finish.- tatakata
did he take it off or something? or did it not come with one?
Raw brass and copper boys, the stuff dreams are made of, simply gorgeous.
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.
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.
My Thein MH-One (Matthias HÃ¶fs Model)
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.
On No - Sub Wars....