Trumpet Brand Loyalists/Non-Loyalists

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  1. tobylou8

    tobylou8 Utimate User

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    Gmonady said the word whore!? :roll:
     
  2. tobylou8

    tobylou8 Utimate User

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    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.
     
  3. kehaulani

    kehaulani Fortissimo User

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    Hawaian homey
    Good play on words. :thumbsup:
     
  4. J. Jericho

    J. Jericho Fortissimo User

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    Yes.
     
  5. stumac

    stumac Fortissimo User

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    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.

    Regards, Stuart.
     
  6. Kujo20

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    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.

    Kujo
     
  7. Clarkvinmazz

    Clarkvinmazz Forte User

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    Im loyal to the horn that im playing.
     
  8. Gendreauj

    Gendreauj Piano User

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    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
     
  9. Wi113m

    Wi113m Pianissimo User

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    Conn is my favourite!
     
  10. edfitzvb

    edfitzvb Forte User

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    Strumpet? Should't there also be a guitar pick in her hand?
     

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