Trumpet?

Discussion in 'Horns' started by Tootsall, Apr 21, 2005.

  1. Tootsall

    Tootsall Fortissimo User

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    Yee HAW!
  2. Manny Laureano

    Manny Laureano Utimate User

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    ROFL


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  3. NYTC

    NYTC Forte User

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    Check his other listings.
    NICE. :D
     
  4. rjzeller

    rjzeller Forte User

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    hmmm...I've always wanted to get my hands on a nice cheap double-horn...er...SAXOPHONE. Sorry. COPPER BARITONE SAXOPHONE? I never knew....

    "It was comes from China"....so where does it come from now?

    but my favorite:

    "So don't hesitate to miss this item." ...you can bet I won't!!!

    have a nice auction dude...

    Ok...I'll stop. That's really not very fair of me.
     
  5. Ai_Dygress

    Ai_Dygress Pianissimo User

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    Yeah, I used to play the middle brother of those chinese copper trumpets... its called a chinese kinda-silver-brass-corked-tenor trumpet. Was a real blast and I enjoyed it.....for a long while...

    Now I came the lightside, and am trying one of those new fangled american-brass-reedless-saxes.
     
  6. bandman

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    I really like the "exquisite Chinese Antique silver trumpet"

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  7. trumpetgirl612

    trumpetgirl612 Pianissimo User

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    LOL thats great man!
     
  8. Tulsaband

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    It's funny, Chinese trumpets look a lot like bari saxes. Would this trumpet be most suitable for legit work, or jazz? Please help, I am interested in purchasing!!




    Ceth Barnett
    Tulsa Band Instruments
    www.tulsaband.com
    (800) 564-1676
     
  9. Ai_Dygress

    Ai_Dygress Pianissimo User

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    I believe its an antique marching horn.... perfect for that flair you would need on the field in a Drum and Bugle Corps.
     

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