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Discussion in 'Horns' started by Solar Bell, Sep 21, 2005.
Has anyone seen one or played one yet?
No the picture is not distorted.
I've seen one but never played it. Have you Googled it?
Seen one, played one - why do you ask?
I have heard that the largest complaint is that the players do not have a place to put their right thumb, making it very uncomfortable to play.
That is definitly the best looking flugel on the market, but i do wonder where the thumb would go, i would suree like to get my hands on one to try out, not too many Taylors around here though.
I can't imagine a horn by Andy Taylor playing badly... but I still think it looks like a Kanstul copper bell that got left on top of the dashboard (with the windows rolled up) on a HOT day in Phoenix.
(Anybody old enough to remember leaving a 33-1/3 out in the sun?)
What's a 33 1/3?? HAHA.
..........do I....ruined a Nat King Cole LP Welcome to the Club by leaving it on the parcel shelf in the car back in the 60s ....trouble was that it wasn't mine!!
Seen one, played one. loved it. best i ever played but the price is prohibitive and the Eclipse is just as good but less expensive. Thumb position is someting i could get used to if i had one of these puppies.