technical questions - overtone series, etc...

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  1. tonick

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  2. rowuk

    rowuk Moderator Staff Member

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    Great question!
     
  3. et_mike

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    Ummm... yes you should definatley go with that idea!! Thanks for asking!!
     
  4. Fluffy615

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    Yes, I feel relatively comfortable in giving you a firm maybe on that subject.
     
  5. uapiper

    uapiper Pianissimo User

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    Change the bell, change the leadpipe and get your trumpet delaquered. The sun will come out in your life for sure.
     
  6. Toobz

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    I wolud say Yes on cloudy days, and Never on a windy day.
    Also if you take your MPC and face north while chanting Gregorian
    music, you will find that the Easter Bunny and Fred Flinstone will agree as well. But don't let that stop you from buying that wading pool, it's necessary to convert all of that energy into a mixed bag of hubris.
     
  7. jazz9

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    Very good advice indeed, toobz, but let's not forget about the ketchup and cottage cheese, they simply cannot be overlooked!
     
  8. Fluffy615

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    Yes, but on a clear day you can see forever, but never on sunday when it's a foggy day in London town. Turn slowly and go step by step to the Susquehana Hat Co. and you'll find your answer blowing in the wind.
     
  9. Toobz

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    How silly of me to miss those essentials !
    Kudos for pointing them out !
     
  10. Toobz

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    I agree fully ! Thanks for the advice in London town. By the way, will that be sufficient to cool the valves or do I need to visit the foggery shop next door ?
     

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