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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Dviglis, Dec 1, 2014.
My roughest piece of junk will outplay me, now.
Yes. I came to that realization too.
I'm a bit of a romantic, so I like the idea of appreciating vintage horns. I studied with Dr. James Morris, who was formerly the 2nd trumpet at 20th Century Fox. He and the 1st player selected a couple of Burbank Benge horns (Bb, and C) and some 40 years later he sold them to me. I eventually had the valves replated and played them for many years with pleasure. But they don't play as well as my current horns in any respect.
I do have a vintage cornet and a Gibson guitar from the 60's. If I had more money I'd also have a Blackburn and a Monette or two.
I also like old money.
Old money, new money, who cares.....!!!
You'd care if he wanted to buy something from you and rolled up with a wheelbarrow full of Weimar Republic Marks.
Buying anything with that would be MARKSmanship...now would it not?
I'll take a wheelbarrow full of Weimar Republic Marks!
Then an inflation of a zillion unnecessary high notes would be awaiting us
Wiemar notes, 1million mark, etc. sell for $3 +/- to collectors. How many fit in a wheelbarrow? Thousands? I'll take 'em.