This is insane

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by scream machine, May 19, 2006.

  1. PhatmonB6

    PhatmonB6 Mezzo Piano User

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  2. Eclipsehornplayer

    Eclipsehornplayer Forte User

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    Don't waste your money.....

    I have the standard version of that mouthpiece... When I first met with an "advanced" instructor last year he told me if I were a younger student he'd confiscate that mouthpiece as it is garbage.

    It has no rim and plays sharp as all get out...

    Of course if that's your style I suppose that's fine but not for me.

    My JET TONE MF now sits on a shelf as an example of what not to use.
     
  3. scream machine

    scream machine Pianissimo User

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    Have no fear im never going to buy one of those. I just thought 127 dollers for one is outrages, which it is, don't you think.
     
  4. PhatmonB6

    PhatmonB6 Mezzo Piano User

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    Then Again none of us our the Boss....and hate to say it will never play like him....but that just gives us more reason to respect and appreciate what he has done to the Trumpet Community.......I had a silver mf mpce..and sold that asap..... :-)
     
  5. NickD

    NickD Forte User

    heh

    Hey, man!

    I've got a JET TONE MF model!

    I'LL sell mine for 126.50 INCLDUING S&H!

    ;-)

    Ok, before you all light up the flame throwers...


    I kid, I kid!!!!

    :D

    Nick

    PS: My JT MF isn't really for sale...
     
  6. Eclipsehornplayer

    Eclipsehornplayer Forte User

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    Yep, Your very right...

    That Instructor looked at me and said, "I'm sure this works fine for Maynard, but not for you!"

    And he was right... I switched back to a Bach 3C and then moved to a Monette B4S and have never sounded better.

    Hail the Boss.... I think his teacher told him way back when that the lowest note on a trumpet was a double high "C" I don't know :dontknow:

    Not my style but fun to listen to..
     
  7. PhatmonB6

    PhatmonB6 Mezzo Piano User

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    Hail the Boss.... I think his teacher told him way back when that the lowest note on a trumpet was a double high "C" I don't know

    Good One King!!!!!


    :thumbsup: ROFL
     

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