three "quick" questions.

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  1. Tammerman175

    Tammerman175 New Friend

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    I'll do my best vb.
     
  2. Al Innella

    Al Innella Forte User

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    Find a chop doc brute force isn`t the answer, there are no range methods out that will give you screaming high notes if you`r embouchure isn`t right .
     
  3. nosray

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    I live in Coquitlam and I used to go to a maggio teacher in Long & McQuade in Poco, the one near Costco by the name of Miguel. I am not sure if he is still there. He helped me learn a lot and was very patient. It is a little hard to find a time with him because that place is busy.
     
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  5. MLanghardt

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    I have to agree with rowuk. But if you're set on this new embouchure, get a good teacher you trust. Not having a teacher to guide you through the entire process is going to screw you up more than you can imagine.
     
  6. Tammerman175

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    Thanks, I'll try finding miguel, and see if I can book a time with him.

    And I'll start on the pencil exercise.

    Thanks again!

    -Alex
     

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