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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by lemmon13, Apr 24, 2009.
Also, appropriate for the trumpet forum, he "cracked" whenever he said work!?
how about a short stack, that's a third of a full stack
And if the performance is smokin', could it be a smoke stack?
Nordlands, nice, a very elegant mechanism to indicate correct terminology. I wish I'd sen it like this in one of the many previous posts - all is now clear.
Always a pleasure to help fellow trumpeters
a big mac is a double stack!!!
I can only play one note. NOBODY knows what it is, because we can't hear it. But lately all the dogs in the county have turned up deaf, and there's no glass in the store windows downtown. I get away with hitting that note because unless they actually see me playing, nobody knows I'm doing it. My intonation is perfect too...not one complaint ever.
Need to add some fog to your clarity...I must have had it wrong all these years.
I thought the C you have marked as "Stack C" was in fact "Slack C" (CheeseBurger), and the High C was the "Stack C" (Big Mac) followed by "Double Stack C" (Super Big Mac) and "Triple Stack C" (Ultimate Indigestion).
Perhaps we need Rowuk in here to verifiy, and where the Big Mac Triple Stack fits?
I will remain confused now, and will join Lemmon13 in a sleepless night...
What if I play a Hot solo, and it really sizzles, and includes a few Lip trills?
Slow lip trill = medium shake
Hot Solo = Fries
Hot Solo with sizzles = Large fries/onion rings
We maybe on our way to a full menu.
I thought the triple came from Wendy's? That one's got some juice to it.