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Discussion in 'Trumpet Repair and Modification' started by trumpetsplus, Sep 7, 2011.
I bought my Bobcat last night, I mean enough is enough.
He could be very well playing in the box - cornet case muffled mute - must be awesome, right?
That must be first ever mute to put the trumpet in, instead of putting the mute in the trumpet
One doesn't say what he was playing outside the box ... or even if it was the instrument inside the box.
First it would be very awkward to hold the box IF playing the instrument, and second he would have to have electronic remote to operate the valves and slides as would be possible in today's scientific world, but not very probable, nor economically feasable.
I find very few hard cases as are truly HARD and much more durable and protective than most gig bags. Most look like they've been bashed around by gorillas, but alas they were only students or air line baggage handlers.
What if this
was inside the case?
Only if he places a hole at the other end; otherwise he will be playing inside the box or truly playing "in". This would of coures make him a part of the "in" crowd which is not a bad thing either:
I am not sure if you would play this or "milk it". In any event, I am pretty sure the case in the picture would not fit this instrument. The example you post would need a stable to contain it.
You can beat a bobcat I have had one for 25 years paid 25 dollars back then
I want to see Wynton play this one
Who needs a mouthpiece pulley - not me, but I have one - a Bobcat, only used twice in it's life.
I guess that will take to whole Marsalis gang to play it