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Name: MoominDave
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Your trombones: Bass 1 - 1962 Holton 169 w/ inline modification and Bb/F/D/BB tuning
Bass 2 - 1970s Conn 73H w/ 1967 72H slide
Backup bass - Holton TR181 (long-term loan)
Large tenor 1 - 1987 Conn 88H
Large tenor 2 - 1967 Holton TR150
Medium tenor - 1958 Besson 10-10
Small tenors - 1935 Conn 24H, 1930s Holton Paul Whiteman
Peashooter tenors - ~1921 Besson, ~1910 Besson (each .440" bore)
Alto - 2003 B&S 3049
Contrabass - Mirafone BBb/FF (no stamped model number)
Euphonium - Besson Sovereign (long-term loan)
Bass trumpet - 3V "Schmidtco" in Bb, German, with added main slide trigger
1923 Hawkes & Son G/D bass, .484" bore, ex-Halle Orchestra c.WW2
1930 Hawkes & Son G bass, .484" bore
1969 Boosey & Hawkes G/D bass, .527" bore
Mysterious, ancient, possibly Eastern European, 4-rotary-valve bass trombone in F
PBone!
Your real name: Dave Taylor
Occupation/School: Physicist

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Age: 37
Location: Oxford, UK
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Dave Taylor

(me, not the other one)


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