1991 King Silver Flair
1953 Olds Super (LA)
1979 King KG1055T (pre UMI) Silver Flair
1940? Olds Ambassador (LA) tenor trombone
I'm not responsible for offending people -- people are responsible for themselves taking offense at me
We man be on the verge to defining darkness....
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Kinda OT but does most everyone start out (cold lips) Sharp , and go flatter when warmed up like me?
Date ? Cousenon Flugelhorn-#747**
1929 Holton model 48
1940 22B Conn NYS late model
1956 18B Conn Director Coprion
1967 15B Conn Director (my first)
Dark is defined as the absence of Light, vis one enters a dark room in the absence of light. We need to standardize our musical tones in another way IMO. Still, I do believe there is a differentiation in the sound of the same note played on a different cornet, trumpet or flugelhorn and too a difference in the tone of the same instrument played by different persons or with different mouthpieces. Even so, while my hearing is good again, I'm not going to say it is good enough for me to discern all the nuances of sound. To do this with any degree of accuracy, players would have to be in the same space at the same temperature and barometric pressure I'm sure sound would be different at the top of the mountain from that at sea level, and I'm now closer to the latter.
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