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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by rockwell, Sep 26, 2012.
I think Doc also treats his with a Gin and tonic once a day.
Yes, the isopropyl alcohol kills the bacteria and fungi in the horn, the gin and tonic takes care of the bacteria in my mouth. My horn is happy. My mouth is happy.
and to agree with the other guy ---- you are not full of hot air ---- at least not all the time (primarily because you exhale) ----- and you are definitely entertaining!!! and funny looking!!!
MAYBE -- I should explain to some recent posters ---- that you GM, ole buddy, ole pal ---- are mY TrUmpEt PlAyInG HeRo, and I can add some humor(humour) in the posts when it concerns you!!!!
To recent posters: Mainly GM is giving great advice and KT is just.. well.. filling the threads..
KT would rather have fun --- even on a cleaning thread (I mean -- people don't overthink it -- keep the horn clean and well lubricated and you won't have many problems with the equipment) gee whiz, this ain't rocket science!!!
and when it is all said and done --- play and be happy!!! ---- I mean [email protected]##$ aint' that hard to figure out, or as my good buddy local would probably say -- if you want sound, blow through the instrument, if you want it clean, then clean it!!!
lim (88x^5 - 23x^3 + 97x^2 + 1002)/(4x^5 + 6x^4 + 238x^3 - 38525x^2 + 582395x q-crt(p-3.14)/353 /qtip) = clean the horn
By George, it IS rocket science.
yes -- I seen that episode also -- very enlightening wasn't it??
Curious George . Blast Off | PBS KIDS
Just did the water flush and first valve slide oiling and it's great. The valves felt quite good to start with, but even better now. I didn't feel comfortable not being able to dry the inside after the water cleaning, so I used a Herco Spitball after with valve oil to clean it. You should post the owners manual info in the "Martin Committee Club" thread since I'm sure many are still unaware. I suspect this procedure is helpful for other trumpets beyond the Committee.