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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by bamajazzlady, Oct 7, 2015.
Gmonady said the word whore!?
As far as the question, I own Holton, Bach, Conn, Blessing, Olds, Getzen, Jupiter, Couesnon / Elkhardt, and probably some I'm forgetting. I've mentioned it before, but my Getzen 900H always gets to play when it counts.
Good play on words.
My first pro trumpet was a French Selmer B700, followed by a Radial C99, played these two for 20 years, about 1995 bought a Selmer french horn, started to collect only Selmers, have 15, since joining TM and discovering others my collection has become more varied.
BOOOOOM!!!! Nicely done sir...it's hard to have good comedic timing on the Internet, but you pulled it off.
On subject: I am fiercely loyal to quality, innovation, and aesthetics. Hence why I love the old Conn, Holton, York, Olds instruments...and why I love the modern botique makers.
Im loyal to the horn that im playing.
Currently I am a brand loyalist. Have owned and tried many student and intermediate trumpets/cornets and one professional cornet. Wish I still had my Yamaha YCR 732 sheperds crook cornet. But I always seem to come back to Conns. Like the sound of my Conn 17 A coprion cornet and Conn 1000A cornet, both work well with my Denis Wicks mps and Curry mp.
In the future looking for a professional cornet with first slide thumb saddle and possibly a copper bell or silver bell. Any recommendations?
1963 Conn Director 17 A coprion cornet
1980's Conn 1000A cornet
Curry 3 vc cornet mp
Denis Wick 3B cornet mp
Denis Wick 3 heritage cornet mp
Giardnelli 7 C cornet mp
Conn is my favourite!
Strumpet? Should't there also be a guitar pick in her hand?