yea.... that'll do it!
Turning off all the lights in the room also helps....
1990 Getzen Eterna 700 Trumpet
1958 Conn 28A Connstellation Long Cornet
1945 Buescher LP 225 Trumpet
1948 Olds Studio Trumpet
Triebert Moderne / Couesnon Flugelhorn
"There are two sides to a trumpeter's personality: there is the one that lives only to lay waste to the woodwinds and strings, leaving them lying blue and lifeless along the swath of destruction that is a trumpeter's fury; then there's the dark side...." --Michael Stewart, DMA
I prefer playing with my eyes closed.
XO Brass 1600i
Kanstul 1025 Chicago flugelhorn
1989 King/UMI Silver Flair 2055T
I subtracted all of my N+1s!
I painted my horn black
1992 Bach Strad Large Bore 25 Silver
1976 LA Benge 5x Silver
1920s?? Langen?? Rotary Bb Raw brass
1977 Olds Super Star Flugelhorn Raw brass
1985 Mario Corso Piccolo Trumpet A/Bb, 4 bells
2008 Kuhnl & Hoyer Tenor Trombone
Christian Lindberg 10C
Gzent has a Midnight Harrelson. It doesn't get any darker than that, just proving the point that size is not everything.
'' Gantz has a Midnight Harrelson. It doesn't get any darker than that, just proving the point that size is not everything''. People with small horns always say that!
Maybe if you pray to the Devil your sound will darken.
'My advice is to never do tomorrow what you can do today. Procrastination is the thief of time.'
- Charles Dickens
Only play at midnight.
Couesnon - Paris year unknown
Conn 20 B
Is that legal? Looks like a flugel on steroids!
Flip Oakes Wild Thing
Selmer Paris Piccolo Trumpet
Eastman C Trumpet
Zeus Guarnerius Flugel Horn
Jin Boa Bass Trumpet
Kanstul G Bugle
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