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 on: Today at 01:19 PM 
Started by NoahMarez - Last post by Matt K
If you go with JinBao I'd definitely recommend form a place that does QC on it like HornGuys.  Their leadpipes are also a vast improvement over the original, as others have said. 

That said, it may behoove you to save your pennies and get the JP Rath or a "pro" horn.  Alto is finnicky enough to learn when you're used to tenor that getting something that is higher quality is less frustrating. At least that was my experience. I did something similar with my alto playing and if I had to do it again I'd go straight for a used pro horn or one of the higher quality imports.

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 on: Today at 12:57 PM 
Started by furry - Last post by furry
Found one!  Sing it! Please remove

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 on: Today at 12:39 PM 
Started by Slipmo - Last post by doubleslyde
I've thought about bringing my doubleslyde J Henry JazzBone prototype there to get some input from other bone players.
I live about 50 miles away, so I could come there for a day. Anyone want to take a look at it?

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 on: Today at 12:34 PM 
Started by baltimorebone - Last post by doubleslyde
Smoking causes cancer, right? We all could come down with colon cancer from all the political smoke the media is blowing up our collective ass.

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 on: Today at 12:29 PM 
Started by crazytrombonist505 - Last post by Exzaclee
Call Doug Elliot!

I used a 6.5 for a long time.

Before I switched to the DE stuff, I was having a lot of success with a Ferguson 1 (roughly a 5 sized piece) and a Ferguson I had special ordered with a 6.5 rim. The Ferguson mouthpieces had a great response and a lot of room in the cup.

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 on: Today at 12:27 PM 
Started by greenbean - Last post by greenbean
These are all large shank.  Very good shape with very light scratching on rim, insertion marks on shanks, and round shanks with no dings.  I cleaned them this morning.

Yamaha 48L.  $30
Vincent Bach 3G.  Small font.  $35
Vincent Bach 2G.  Small font.  $35
Faxx 1.5G.  Mint.  $22

PayPal purchase payments only.  USPS First Class mail included.

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 on: Today at 12:21 PM 
Started by crazytrombonist505 - Last post by BGuttman
Bach 5GS is a 6.5 AL cup on a 5G rim.

Or you can go to the 5 series (5G).

Other brands?  Schilke or Yamaha (look at the 51 series)

Wick 5BS.

Those are a LITTLE larger than a 6.5 AL.

Still too small?  Bach 4 series (4C, 4), Wick 4BS, Schilke/Yamaha 52 Series.

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 on: Today at 12:19 PM 
Started by HouBassTrombone - Last post by crazytrombonist505
It looks like the auction was taken down. Either by the seller or eBay.
The seller contacted me and I have offered to pay $158.50 plus shipping (that is what the auction was up to) to get the piece back. He asked for an invoice and I sent him the one from Greg.
I am just happy that it went from something lost to something that I can get back.
I will keep you guys posted as everything gets resolved.

Hope you can get this resolved and get the mouthpiece back! Please do let us know how it turns out  Good!

Zach

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 on: Today at 12:17 PM 
Started by RolandJBarber - Last post by Duffle
Better go swop or trade the whole slide section me thinks.....

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 on: Today at 12:16 PM 
Started by crazytrombonist505 - Last post by crazytrombonist505
Hey everyone,
I'm looking to try a little bit larger mouthpiece for my dual bore (which takes a small shank mouthpiece) tenor trombone with F attachment . Right now I play a 6 1/2AL, so I'm looking for one a little larger than that one. However, I don't know where to start. Is there a Bach mouthpiece that is a little bigger than the 6 1/2AL that could work, or another brand that might work??? Any suggestions are most welcome.

Thanks,
Zach

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