Well, I've played Tom's flugel, and it has a beautiful flugelhorn sound (plays great, too). Hopefully, they aren't the types who get hung up on the way an instrument is shaped...what it sounds like should be the main point. I looked at their web site earlier and found no mention of NABBA, but since they were there, that makes them a contesting band...
Just a barefoot, backwoods loon dancing from one dapple of sunlight to the next upon the crunchy forest floor of life. Care not a hoot for high-falutingness, just love the day, its tranquil twilight, and the reprise of treefrogs and cicadas late into the warm summer's night.
You could do it but who would want to ruin a Model 225 for it?
Buescher Lightweight 400
Other Buescher horns 1939--1955
Al Cass 1-28 mouthpiece
Humes and Berg mutes
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