What's in your case?

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  1. Comeback

    Comeback Forte User

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    Mrs. and I are traveling this weekend. I travel light. My trumpeting travel kit consists of: old beat up Blessing Standard Bb trumpet; old Blessing #13 mouthpiece; FAXX compact practice mute; valve oil (kind doesn't matter, the old Blessing works with them all); MicroFiber cloth; cleaning rag. All of this is stuffed in a sturdy old H&B Tuxedo gig bag. Exercises and music are in a 1" three-ring binder that travels in the laptop case. Stands are improvised in hotel rooms. Here's wishing U.S. members a wonderful Memorial Day weekend!
    Jim
     
  2. TrumpetMD

    TrumpetMD Fortissimo User

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    I like Jim's description of his traveling kit.

    Mine is a Gard Cornet Gig Bag. Inside is my Carol Brass Pocket Trumpet, valve oil, and a practice mute.

    This is what I take to practice at work or when I'm traveling.

    Mike
     
  3. Stefen

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    Trumpet
    Trumpet stand
    Valve oil
    Silver cloth
    Metronome
    Digital tuner
    pencils and eraser
    Reading glasses
    Business cards
    Anti-Perspirant
    (and sometimes a whole bunk of bum notes) lol

    Mutes in separate bag
    Mouthpiece in pouch in my pocket not in bag.
     
  4. gmonady

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    And to all the other members that could only wish to be U.S. members... I am eating a hot dog and drinking a beer for EACH of you...
     
  5. gmonady

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    So... to the Moderators out there... How many hot dogs and beers would that be? Oh... just give me an estimate, and I'll round it off to the nearist keg.
     
  6. Vulgano Brother

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    23,966 members in all. You might want to lay off the hot dogs.
     
  7. gmonady

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    It is self evident by your priorities, you are a true humanitarian.
     
  8. Vulgano Brother

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    As James Bond once said, "Liver Let Die."
     
  9. hhsTrumpet

    hhsTrumpet Piano User

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    -Bb trumpet
    -K&M trumpet stand
    -ultrapure valve oil
    -ultrapure slide greece
    -ultrapure light slide greece
    -mouthpiece case (with Monette 6 inside)
    -polishing cloth
    -mutes that I need for the day
     
  10. gmonady

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    But with caution... It is of my philosophy that:

    You can live without your lover... But you cannot love without your liver.
     

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