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That's ok I only need the bell for a project horn I have heard Cb cornbread tuba bells are the best sounding tuba bells on every tuba.
Adjunct Professor of Tuba and Euphonium
Sacred Heart University
Miraphone 184 CC
Kalison DS CC
Northern Low Brass
Oh, good Lord, no! It reminds me of a section I used to have to sit in, and a particular Bob Dylan song about being stuck in the middle...I don't even need to bargain about "accessories," since I already have more than one cast iron skillet. I just want the cornbread. On a plate. Hot out of the oven. With butter. I'll even supply my own table knife.
Miraphone 186 detachable - both bells
Curry 128D Kanstul Custom 18 Kelly 18 Taku (N.S.)
Fanned fret electric and bass guitars
If you ever see a King Super 20 trumpet
in silverplate serial #330XXX,
please let me know!
No. It is not available. I bought this tuba from the elephant. I sent him my entire student loan check and a can of Crisco butter flavor in exchange.
My teacher recommended another tuba. He claims that the biscuit version of this tuba is much better, but he is something like 30 years old and completely "old school." I told him that I'd show him how much better my new tuba is than he ever thought his biscuit POS could ever be.
As if corn bread could be better than biscuits. The university should fire him and have me teach the studio. I pretty much do that already. They should pay me. He sucks.
Hey, this has been fun. As always, incisive and humorous commentary that hopefully served its purpose.
However ... this morning, two of the three `for sale' threads I looked at, ended with lectures on how to do `for sale'. One of them brief and probably fair, the other longer and a little over the top.
This could get tedious. If you're interested in the tuba at all, and for example you really don't know where it is, go ahead and ask. But while the majority of readers may, for example, agree that it's better to post photographs with your ad, if the seller feels that his pictures of a well known tuba model in `excellent' condition are not going to look different from other pictures of that model in any interesting way, that's up to him. I don't want to read his for sale thread to find a debate over that, or whether he needs to describe all the possible shipping options or whatever.
If you aren't genuinely interested in the tuba but you just can't let it go, think about posting your criticisms here, in this thread.
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