What are the TWO best things about the way you play?

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  1. Solar Bell

    Solar Bell Moderator Staff Member

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    Interpretation

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  2. Double_G

    Double_G Pianissimo User

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    1. Abilities to make a mistake look good.

    2. Abilities to make mistakes and learn from them lol. Trust me I make a lot. I should be as good as Manny right now with as many mistakes as I've made lol. Just kididng Manny. :D
     
  3. Bear

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    Nothin', I just plain' ol' suck. :-(
     
  4. RoccoNut16v

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    I'd have to say power is my number one strength. I'm always being told to "let the other horns play a bit." :cool:

    I've also got a knack for playing completely in tune, due to my ear. Doesn't sound like much of a strength, but SOOO many people over look it.
     
  5. Manny Laureano

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    I have a good ear.

    I really love playing (yeah, I actually believe loving playing is a strength).

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  6. Daff

    Daff Pianissimo User

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    So....what's wrong with the other one? :cool:
     
  7. Rick Chartrand

    Rick Chartrand Piano User

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    Oh c'mon Bear, we all have strengths as Trumpet Players and Musicians. Whats yours?

    Great bunch of responses guys...Keep em comin! :-)
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  8. Manny Laureano

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    Eh?

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  9. FreshBrewed

    FreshBrewed Mezzo Piano User

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    My tone and realization that there is always someone better. The sooner a trumpet player admits that there is always going to be someone better, the sooner they realize that they still need to practice. Make sense?
     
  10. Daff

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    Ha!
     

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