[Trombone-l] dg talks equipment???
contrabasstrombone at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 7 14:11:12 CST 2005
uh, uh, uh....
I guess I won't even go into my list of which
instrument goes for what kind of music (too much band
--- Adrian Drover <slide.rule at adios.co.uk> wrote:
> From: "Wayne Dyess" <TexasTbone at gt.rr.com>
> > I also play an 88H-SGX in our symphony and for
> brass quintet... but a Bach
> > 16M for my jazz work and for when I need a lighter
> sound. I also have a
> > Bach 36 that gets used from time to time.
> > Then, for different gigs I also have at my
> disposal a Conn 6H and a
> > beautiful older 4H. I don't play those as much,
> but only because of their
> > sad slides. Otherwise, I love the tone from them
> I use a TR181 with Yam.59 for big band
> I use a TR181 with Yam.59 for orchestra
> I use a TR181 with Yam.59 for concert band
> I use a TR181 with Yam.59 for brass band
> I use a TR181 with Yam.59 for trombone 6tet
> I use a TR181 with Yam.59 for trombone choir
> I use a TR181 with Yam.59 for 3rd chair big band
> I use a TR181 with Yam.59 for 2nd chair shows
> Heck, I have so many trombones and mps, I don't know
> where to keep them all.
> Oh, I nearly forgot, I use a Besson Sovereign tuba
> for Dixieland band.
> Adrian Drover
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> Personal email: adrian at adios.co.uk
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