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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Hitman0042, Sep 29, 2008.
Would I explain what is your idea/question behind posting this? Most of us are aware what different parts of a trumpet are called....
I looked at that drawing of a trumpet!
It doesn't look like mine.
For one thing, my trumpet's tuning slide isn't where that picture shows it to be.
OK.... no wonder my playing has sounded funny... I've been playing a clarinet for the last 23 years!!
Thanks for showing us all what a trumpet is!!
Yamaha Trumpet Parts
This is the one we have to memorize for school.
We also have to memorize those diagram for Trombone, French Horn, Flute, Clarinet, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Oboe and Bassoon!
And I have 2 of those : the more, the better What could say Equinox users? Leigh do everything to make tuning slides in places they are not supposed to be I am pretty sure that he does that on purpose...
Where is the kindergarden part of this forum? Do we have to take a nap after memorizing the parts?
sorry, I think that is a bit too elementary. If you want some background, check this link out:
its just a diagram for beginners so they can see the structure of the trumpet.
You can look at a real trumpet and see the structure of it.
this identify what each part is called