Gig Bags for Tenor Horns

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by Horn_e_Heather, Jun 3, 2003.

  1. Horn_e_Heather

    Horn_e_Heather New Member

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    Hi my gig bag has broken :( , I need a new one. Does anyone have any suggestions? Need a good one that's cheap (If that's at all possible).
     
  2. jimothy

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    i have a bach one that is absolutley fantastic. just the job for when i'm going to band on my motorbike. i got it from those excellent people at www.merbenmusic.co.uk

    tell Jamie that I sent you!
     
  3. Aidan

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    theres an excellently done review of one in the user reviews section...
    i believe it was the first review and deserving of a bottle of wine ;)
     
  4. WorldofBrass.com

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  5. You wanna blow my what?

    You wanna blow my what? Member

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  6. TheMusicMan

    TheMusicMan tMP Founder Staff Member

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    Hey Nadia....

    1 - you're right - there is an excellently worded review in the tMP User Reviews Section - it's here -> http://themouthpiece.com/viewtopic.php?t=391
    2 - you're right again - it was one of the first reviews to be submitted
    3 - you're right yet again..... and you will get that bottle of wine sometime.... I promise.... :):) :oops: :oops:

    J
     
  7. Aidan

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    hehe.. you could bring it to eastingwold (or however you spell it) and we'll share it out ;)
    (obviously it will go a long way round the band :S)
     
  8. TheMusicMan

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    Nadia - OK, if I manage to get to easingwold I'll bring one along with ur name on it :)

    Hev - how d'ya get them to embroid your name on your bag then?

    [​IMG]
     
  9. Aidan

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    are the soundwear ones the new model or the old one..?? cos the stitching falls apart dead easy :S
     
  10. You wanna blow my what?

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    Well mine is ok still.

    Mind you that photo makes it look weird, mine looks nicer than that!

    I only got my gig bag last year. But Arfon was saying his fell apart or something!

    I've got a french horn one too, which is still ok!
     
  11. Aidan

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    just checked on the site..
    the pic looks wierd cos its a gig bag for a ROTARY VALVE tenor horn LOL :D
    not too many of those about id say!!!
     
  12. You wanna blow my what?

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  13. Mike Saville

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    I'm suprised that no one has come up with the put it in a Sainsbury's bag/bin liner answer? Come on you trombonists the goal was wide open for all sorts of witty reposts here!
     
  14. Aidan

    Aidan Active Member

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    they dont dare... they know from experience that they would be instantly shot down by the T-Horn Massive...
     
  15. You wanna blow my what?

    You wanna blow my what? Member

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    YEAH!

    \x/ westside!

    Or something......

    :oops:
     
  16. Mike Saville

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    outside - in the car park. That's where horns sound best!
     
  17. Mrs Fruity

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    Do I detect a small problem with tenor horns Mr Saville, having read your post on the BBTV thread too???
     
  18. Mike Saville

    Mike Saville Member

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    . . . . well in the abscence of violas . . .
     
  19. Aidan

    Aidan Active Member

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    especially coming from a trombone player :D *laff* :lol:
    i think you will find baritones make a very good viola replacement...
    and im just off to post another abusive remark in the bbtv thread :p

    big up the T-Horns
     
  20. Mike Saville

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    baritones it is then! Retrospective apologies to any horn players :wink:
     
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