Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length

 
Advanced search

1087369 Posts in 72024 Topics- by 19246 Members - Latest Member: mcjays
Jump to:  
  Summary - grub Picture/Text
Name: grub
Custom Title: Disrupting The Cosmos Since 1991
Posts: 1229 (0.214 per day)
Membergroups: *
Position:
Date Registered: Mar 06, 2002, 11:01PM
Last Active: Nov 29, 2016, 07:59PM

ICQ:
AIM:
MSN:
YIM:
Email: hidden
Website: My Space Page
Current Status: Offline Offline
Your trombones: Play:  Rath R9DST that WAS setup to play like a 62H, but now featuring a standard weight Nickel-Silver bell, red tuning crook, bronze slide with nickle silver crook and sleeves.

Own:  Kanstul 1662 dependent, light weight bronze bell, bronze slide(narrow) with nickle silver endcrook. . . the 62H clone.

Hoard:  An old beat up looking Bach 36G from the early 70's.  It looks like I fished it out of a dammed river, but many have offered to buy it from me. . .it's my first pro horn so I'm keeping it forever.

Hoard #2: My wifes Yamaha 354.  This horn performs well beyond its price point, and is a worthy addition to my trombone closet.

Hoard #3:  An Olds standard circa mid  1920's.  It has the hand hammered bell, dual bore TIS in god-knows-what size, and came with one of the ivory cupped mouthpieces (and it's the only piece that properly fits in the damn thing).  One of the outer slides is disintegrating out from under the TIS mechanism, but I plan to get this baby fixed up one day.  It has an unusual sound that just won't quit.
Your real name: Scott G.
Occupation/School: Western Michigan University Alumnus '98-'03

Cincinnati (College) Conservatory of Music Alumnus '03-'05

Gender: Male
Age: 37
Location: Marshall, MI
Local Time: Nov 24, 2017, 05:07PM
Language:

Signature:


Additional Information:
Show the last posts of this person.
Show general statistics for this member.