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Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2000 20:03:47 -0500
I just bought a miraphone 57f BBb contrabass trombone with f attach.
from the woodwind and brasswind. the guy told me that
it's double slide is hard to align, and said not to buy it. But I did,
and it was worth the four thousand dollars. It's slide was alittle bent,
so i took it to the shop. they had no problem aligning it. It looks sort
of like a plumbers paradise with all the tubes. Since ive built my own
straight f bass trombone, i might want to build my own straight
contrabass (with single slide with handle), or contralto.(same range as
an EEb tuba) with it I use a bach 30cb contrabass trombone mouthpiece. A
tuba mouth piece just dosen't seem to fit right.
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From: Alberto Pinton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2000 00:51:27 PST
regarding yesterday's thoughts about reeds aso:
I've a few clarinets I play professionally on, soprano to EEb contra-alto and I'm using mouthpieces by
Clark Fobes. In my opinion he's doing a great job and I've to say that squeaks are a thing of the past, period!
I'm not in any way 'sponsored' so please regard this message as a contribution to the complicated world of woodwind playing...(I'll be off to practicing now).
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