A right proper Bass Trombone thread

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by Beesa, Jul 22, 2008.

  1. Beesa

    Beesa Member

    Right then . . . . who 'ere 'as ever played a right proper bass trom . . . . the good ol' G-trom?

    When you 'ave then maybe then ya' can spout off 'bout 'em.

    But until then, p'r'aps ya'd best ta wind yer neck in a touch.

    Eeeee lad
    yoof of today........they's don't - know - they're - born
     
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  3. stevetrom

    stevetrom Well-Known Member

    My first venture in ti bass trom was on an ol d Hawkes & Son G trom.

    Happy memories
     
  4. lynchie

    lynchie Active Member

    I played one last year. Can't say I approved much.
     
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  6. Maestro

    Maestro Active Member

    Not played the G trom as such, but I did love playing the old G Fanfare trumpet. What a magnificent beast it was. Could be a tad heavy when you had the banners on it and the wind got up though.
     
  7. Brian Kelly

    Brian Kelly Active Member

    I played a G for the first 6 months or so of my bass trom-playing career. Sounds great playing a march, but wouldn't like to go back to playing one.
     
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  9. basstrom_thein

    basstrom_thein New Member

    G trombone

    Have an ancient B&H G, quite like it sometimes - confuses the hell out of the tenors at band......

    Can't compare with the Thein, but still nice for a blow occasionally.

    AM.
     
  10. Fatman

    Fatman New Member

    Oi, I'm a young'un, and i have have one! :)
     
  11. simonbassbone

    simonbassbone Member

    Not quite in a band tho was it?!:biggrin:
     
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  13. STUART HAIGH

    STUART HAIGH Member

    Glad you are a fan..we will have to enrol you in the G Trombone society :clap:
     
  14. MoominDave

    MoominDave Well-Known Member

    I'm not very old either...

    One of our PhD students is a Rugby player from Hetton-le-Hole - Andy Davis. Think he's about 4 years older than you, though.
     
  15. Fatman

    Fatman New Member

    Hmmm, does he wear glasses? I think I may know him.
     
  16. MoominDave

    MoominDave Well-Known Member

    Yes, he does. He originally left to go to Birmingham to study Physics.
     
  17. Fatman

    Fatman New Member

    When i say I know him, I know his sister well, and have spoke to him a few times down the good old pub, heh heh.
    Tis a small place, Hetton!
     

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