I could have put this over in â€˜Trumpet Fundamentalsâ€™ but considering that it is the Tatstee Bros that we are talking about here, Iâ€™m not sure that â€˜Fundamentalsâ€™ is really where this thread belongs. This subject came to mind last night as I was listening to a Christmas song that was sent to me via email that has to be the work of the Tastee Bros. Itâ€™s a recording of an orchestral arrangement of something like â€œO Come, all Ye Faithfulâ€™, only it has really obnoxious scream trumpet overdubbed all over it. It is so completely crass and obnoxious that I about fall over laughing at it â€“ I mean, it IS a joke after all. So anyway, I go on over to the Tastee Bros website and among other things that they have there, they are selling Tastee Bros method books. For all of the other jokes and hijinks on that website, a couple of things ring true â€“ both Scott Englebright and Donny Dyess have fantastic high chops. Scott has been on Maynardâ€™s band which says something too. Iâ€™m not sure who Donny has played with. Has anyone out there actually purchased a Tastee Bros method book? If you have, did you find it beneficial, or was it as much of a joke as everything else on their website? Like I said, these guys do have great chops, but can they put down what they did to achieve their chops in an understandable, usable format?