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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by dbacon, Dec 21, 2003.
if you are in the Atlanta area you have to add Mark Hughes to the list.
Greg Wing ... fine trumpet player! I saw him play in LV right before he moved back to KY! A Bill Adam student, Reeves copy of a Bach 3C, Bach 72 ? Am I right?
Greg played lead on the Rich band ... is one hell of a fine trumpet player!
NYC - Chris Jaudes!!!
Yes his Comercial equipment is a Goldplated Bach Strad 72* with a sanded out bell and a Reeves mouthpiece with a Bach 3C rim. However he uses a standard Bach Strad 37 and Bach 3C for everything except when he needs that huge cutting lead sound.
Thanks for the clarification.
Trumpet Teachers To Study With
Don't forget Gary Grant in L.A. Takes you back to the basics and then lays down "new" (to guys like me) concepts.
Dave Bacon, Phoenix
OK, you all might think I'm kissing a**, but I started taking lessons from Dave my freshman year of high school--right when I got my braces on. He basically taught me how to play again, after settling me down.
Fred Forney (Phoenix) is also a great teacher, and one of my favorite players.
"....after settling me down."
That is a great point. I know many of my students as well as myself need to calm down when we play. To often there is way to much crap running through the head when playing trumpet.
Jeanne Pocius, Boston. Superb teacher and player.
Suprised noone from the UK has posted yet.
I'll get it started -
London: Paul Archibald (RAM / RCM)