Stage 1: California Light
Calicchio: Solo Copper 3/9
Getzen: Eterna Flugel
GR: 66MX, Zottola: 66 FL
Assorted Garage Tools
"Some days you get up and put the horn to your chops and it sounds pretty good and you win. Some days you try and nothing works and the horn wins. This goes on and on and then you die and the horn wins."
Graham Haynes (Roy's son)
Harry "Sweets" Edison
just throwing a few more names into the ring :)
'56 Martin Committee Deluxe
'54 Martin Committee Deluxe
Couesnon Paris Flugelhorn
Manning Trumpet Case/Berp Bio Oil
Bob Reeves Mouthpiece Sleeves/PVA
I love to listen to:
Nicholas Payton- I had the honor of working with him heavily for about 2 and a half years. I consider him to be one of the greatest young trumpet masters. High level creativity.....whether arranging, composing, playing trumpet, piano, bass, drums, this young man has a genius mind. A complete handle and knowledge of the tradition while while looking forward with great vision.
Thomas Marriott- My main man from Seattle, Washington. Thomas' voice is unique.....This is a challenge when considering that it's so easy to fall into somebody elses sound concept. His 2 CD's are on the Origin Arts label. Worth checking out!
Paolo Fresu- Trumpeter from Sardinia. I love his Angel Quartet recordings.
Tim Hagans- Beautiful modern harmonic....I dug him with Kenton, I love him with Bob Beldon.
Kenny Wheeler always sounds fresh to me.
I'm actually going back and checking out a bunch of things that I listened to 25 plus years ago-
Senior Lecturer The University of Vermont[/SIZE][/FONT]
Greg Gisbert, Brian Lynch
Bach ML37 '55 Pilczuk 43-58 pipe
Bach ML*43 '70 Pilczuk 45-58 pipe
Conn 38B '56
Martin Committee Deluxe M '50
Martin Committee Cornet M '54
Couesnon Flugel '69 Pilczuk 41-10 pipe
Besson Classic C L Najoom pipe
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