Thanks, had a senior moment.
Harrelson HT3 custom #1 bell #6 LP
Harrelson Summit One Art #4 lp & #11RX bell (arriving soon)
Harrelson modified 909 Flugel
1947 Martin Committee #3
1952 Olds Recording tpt (Los Angeles)
1992 Bach Stradivarius 180sML 43
Antoine Courtois 301 prestige C Tpt
Antoine Courtois 311 ML prestige Tpt
1969 Selmer Mark VI Tenor Sax
1969 Selmer Mark VI Alto Sax
Yamaha YSS62 Soprano Sax
Always heard that Stan Kenton greatly discouraged his band from using vibrato - wanting a more powerful straight sound.
Olds Supers, LA (1953), Ful. (1962)
Olds Recording, LA (1952)
Olds Studio, LA (1953)
Olds Special, Ful. (1964)
Olds Ambassador, LA (1954)
Olds Ambassador, Ful. (1973)
Bach Strads 37-(1967, 1970, 1974, 1982)
Bach Strad 72 MLV (1973), 72* (1982)
Kanstul 1500 (2002), 1502 (2008), 1503 (2002)
Kanstul 1537 (2007)
Kanstul Chicago (2000)
Kanstul 1510 C
King Liberty (1929,1929)
King Liberty 2 (1938, 1944)
King Liberty 2b (1950)
J.H. Darby 45 USA
Holton (Revelation) 1924
Kanstul 1525 Flugelhorn
I used to sit next to a tuba player who played everything with vibrato. Wavering notes when playing in a band just creates horrible intonation. I cannot understand why anyone would want to use vibrato on a brass instrument.
Does everyone at least agree that in group or band settings that vibrato is a bad thing?
I think it is only for solo work, or Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, and such( which I love, by the way)
I am not actually sure how I create it, but Doc, can you comment on that which you have heard from me?
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