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Postby Wyvern » Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:13 pm

If you are coming to TMEA, visit Wessex Tubas booth 161, try the horns and find out for yourself how great they play - and how much the quality has improved. It is our biggest booth and display ever (even bigger than DC), so much of interest.

Introduce yourself to Chuck Nickles, Eric Hunter, Carl Kleinsteuber, or me Jonathan Hodgetts. Always great to meet another Tubeneter!
See our fantastic new website at www.Wessex-Tubas.com

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Re: See Wessex at TMEA!

Postby Mark Finley » Wed Feb 14, 2018 10:24 pm

See you tomorrow afternoon!
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Re: See Wessex at TMEA!

Postby MN_TimTuba » Thu Feb 15, 2018 4:57 pm

Mark Finley wrote:See you tomorrow afternoon!

Mark,
There is a lot of buzz on Jonathon's trio of 6/4 horns, not much on the 4/4 BBb. If you get the chance, please post a review. Thanks! (I find I became rather spoiled playing and carrying a 4/4 the past year now that I'm tooting the BAT again, and am thinking of adding a 4/4 or 3/4 BBb or CC as retirement nears, at least for solos and standing gigs)
Again, thank you.
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Re: See Wessex at TMEA!

Postby Three Valves » Thu Feb 15, 2018 5:33 pm

Was Viverna the name of the 4/4 tuba??

Or the fetching woman that was working the booth with him in DC??

Or both??
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Re: See Wessex at TMEA!

Postby MN_TimTuba » Thu Feb 15, 2018 6:02 pm

Three Valves wrote:Was Viverna the name of the 4/4 tuba??

Or the fetching woman that was working the booth with him in DC??

Or both??
Super, I could use a fetching woman during grouse season. Kudos to Wessex R&D for really branching out.
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