When I get the urge to play the horns with the keyboard, no zipping our unzipping in my home, I just pick one off the wall:
Looks like an upscale music store to me. Where's the cash register?
Actually looks ten times better than Dillons in NJ, though they have a smidge more inventory..
www.waynemathisenstudio.artistwebsites.com/ comments welcome!
my avatar is my painting PM for more info
Gmonady's editor in chief
Karen sold her A-100
She has a Concorde and D in the room now, both hooked up to two Leslies!
THAT is a great sound when she turns on two Leslies on one organ!
The Willard of Oz
"Don't be afraid to see what you see."
I'm in the happy position to have a tame joiner and cabinet maker who, whenever I come to him with a weird idea, just nods sagely and slowly says: "Okey doke, we'll do that." And whatever it is that my weird fantasies hatched, it will be delivered within four weeks at most and will fit perfectly. He fitted my library with moveable shelving suspended from the roof, fitted a kitchen into a hexagonal room with five windows, and most recently built me a made-to-measure trumpet cabinet... four two-storey partitions, with lights and glass fronts, each housing up to ten hooters; two storage areas for gig bags, and central shelving for all the music...
Is that a miniMoog near the flowers? - so nice.
>Archbishop MacDonald High School
>The Barefoot Big Band
>Cosmopolitan Music Society Big Band
Martin Committee Deluxe (1956)
Schlub Brass Bb rotary trumpet (Monette B6LVS1)
Cannonball 789RL Mad Meg Bavarian Lion
King 602 cornet
Conn 40A 1934 cornet (Monette B5)
Phaeton 2600 Flugelhorn (Monette FLG-2)
Tromba Ultralight Trumpet
2003 Bach Strad 180S37
1995 Bach Strad 180S37G
1954 Martin Committee
1947 Olds Super Recording
1965 Getzen Eterna "Severinsen"
1949 Olds Super
2004 Kanstul 1510 C trumpet
1995 Connstellation 86B C trumpet
2010 Kanstul 1525 flugelhorn
2014 Yamaha flugelhorn YFH6310Z
1998 Getzen 940 piccolo trumpet
196? Besson English cornet
2012 Dillon pocket trumpet
Conch shell in F
As for Leslie speakers.... look at a Thomas Organ from the 70s to 80s they were standard on some models. The spinning cone was on a switch.
You can find them cheap - but just check the model, not all had them as an option.
Why do I like a bell that Points UP ?
- because the spit does not run back into my mouth!
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)