Last edited by Mark_Kindy; 12-16-2011 at 08:41 PM.
Mark Kindy - University of Florida
Life is like a trumpet - if you don't put anything into it, you don't get anything out of it. -- William Christopher Handy
Edwards Gen II - Bach 3C, Asymmetric Lead/Schlike 13a4a Heavyweight
Second of all, I'm Hungarian, and in only 5 seconds will have taken advantage of the pipers gullability and have them basting in a swill of oatmeal based gulash for all to enjoy, as I take their first born into my gypsy camp site and teach them how to play bebop that would do Dizzy proud, AND be taugth to oil their valves when ever they darned well wanna.
[QUOTE=kingtrumpet;603017]...For the life of me -- I can't figure out what ALL you people put into your horns to get them so dirty!!!!!QUOTE]
This results from the brain rot you got as a result of only cleaning your trumpet out ONCE A YEAR!
I have used oatmeal that I toasted as a filler in one of my meatloafs, but don't know why it wouldn't do as well in a goulash or even a Mulligan Stew, Hobo Hash, or Chop Suey, the latter really a Brit dish. Whatever, I eat oatmeal for breakfast most Sunday mornings garnished with a bit of fruit ... too frequently at other times. Use to bed my honey mead with it. Good stuff!
Last edited by Ed Lee; 12-16-2011 at 09:42 PM.
The best time to oil your valves is ten minutes before they stop coming up.
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