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 on: Today at 01:49 PM 
Started by klimchak - Last post by Blowero
I have done these conversions. If memory serves, I believe the 3BF has a longer receiver. I had to cut the receiver and ream out a step inside to accept the neckpipe. That's if you want it to be the same as an actual 3B. I suppose you could use the 3BF receiver as is and cut the neckpipe down, but I don't think that's as good a solution.

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 on: Today at 01:45 PM 
Started by hyperbolica - Last post by hyperbolica
Ok, Ferguson V spoken for.


Bach and Faxx left.

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 on: Today at 01:43 PM 
Started by MoominDave - Last post by John the Theologian
There is substantial disagreement on that point.  It carries with it some interesting consequences.  If you cannot be drawn to the holy without being called (of course you have the will to resist) then is it fair to be punished for all eternity?  etc. 

The whole topic involves the understanding of biblical anthropology.  The Augustinian POV, which the historic Roman Catholic and historic Protestants have followed and I believe if most faithful to the Bible, have argued that human nature is not neutral, let alone positively inclined toward good, but rather inclined toward sin are rebellion and thus needs divine grace to be reoriented to respond positively to God.

To put it in more street language sort of terms.  The whosoever will gospel goes out into a universal won't world and unless God works secretly behind the scenes to change human responsiveness to that gospel no one can respond positively. 

The classic Augustinian POV is that since humans are responsible for their own rebellion in that they don't fight the bent towards sin inherited from Adam, God is not obligated in any way to give grace.

I'm not expecting unbelievers to easily like this-- even many believers don't-- but it is found throughout the Bible.

Much to be explored here, but we'll see some it developed in John's gospel, which is one of the biblical sources that discusses this the most.

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 on: Today at 01:42 PM 
Started by hyperbolica - Last post by Rich C
Email sent...

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 on: Today at 01:35 PM 
Started by patrickosmith - Last post by BassBoneFL


For further listening, donít miss the 1967 CSO Trombone Quartet recordings (available on CD), with Friedman, Dodson, Crisafulli, Kleinhammer sitting down and reading quartets and recorded by WFMT to be used as intro and exit music to other programs on the network. Just great, straight ahead, nuts and bolts playing, with no rehearsal. Four legends.



Still one of my favorite trombone recording ever.

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 on: Today at 01:30 PM 
Started by hyperbolica - Last post by hyperbolica
I recently got an incredible gift from a forum member, and the only way he wanted to be repaid was for me to pass on a deal to someone else.

So, for $10 (basically, shipping), I'll send you your choice of 1 of the following:

- Bach 1 1/4g - tarnished, but in good shape, very good player
- Fergusson V - based on a Minick V https://www.hornguys.com/collections/trombone-mouthpieces-1/products/ferguson-bass-trombone-mouthpiece
- Faxx 1 1/2 G - good shape, nice mouthpiece, the cheapest of the bunch

All pieces are in good playing condition
Paypal friends and family
US + Canada

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 on: Today at 01:25 PM 
Started by FlamingRain - Last post by johnstad
Thank you for sharing this.  Is there a web site with more information?

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 on: Today at 01:24 PM 
Started by timothy42b - Last post by davdud101
Does this mean that drastic changes of the tuning slide on a trombone SHOULD also affect the distances between slide positions? We have good ears so we can usually adjust, but if the same slide positions (1-7) relative were measured to being in tune, and then the slide was pulled to tune the instrument way down and then the same distances were used between positions, would those positions be out of tune in comparison to the first tuning??

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 on: Today at 01:17 PM 
Started by hyperbolica - Last post by hyperbolica
N104 silver $55
N108 silver $55
EUPH J silver $65
J8 raw brass $55

Buy it all together for $200 including 2 rims and shipping.
Buy complete mouthpiece with 1 rim and shipping for $150.

Or $5 shipping per order if you buy pieces.


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 on: Today at 01:16 PM 
Started by MoominDave - Last post by timothy42b
So one cannot choose to be a believer and enter the fold?

There is substantial disagreement on that point.  It carries with it some interesting consequences.  If you cannot be drawn to the holy without being called (of course you have the will to resist) then is it fair to be punished for all eternity?  etc. 

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