Discussion in 'theMouthPiece.com User Reviews' started by Mister 4x4, Jan 8, 2006.
Those instrument stands are quite smart, too.
Can be picked up from most music suppliers if you order them...
I use the Tenorhornstander for my Baritone - superb.
Bit more helpful... nice case for the stands in there too...
Thanks, not seen those before. Is the bell protected or does the horn just dangle from the top hook?
You don't need to answer that. I now own one. Just passed my nearest music shop, after dropping my wife off at the station and low and behold, they had one; which now belongs to me.
That hook is for the mouth pipe - so they sort of sit at an angle - well thats how i have always done it anyway!
Have a look at my Baritone Stand and the position of how to put it on for Rapier...
I see. The lead pipe on a Tenor Horn is not as big, so it fits the stand better if I have the instrument the same way as yours , but move it upright and then hook the centre pipe (the thick tube behind the valves as in your picture) over the hook support.
I believe I like that stand better than mine. There's a brace that tends to get hooked on Nacho that El Cheapo didn't have.
Hmm - do you have a sovereign? Have always worried about scratching/denting the valve block if i didi that - i think that if you had a Bari like Mr 4x4 then you would put it vertical with the top pipe in the hook (how i believe it was designed) but that is how i alwya do it anyway...
You can pick it up qucikly and easily without risk of damage to the instrument.
My baritone are also a Besson Sovereign.. (4-valves)
I bought a silent brass system for trombone andBass trombone, that works!!
Nice one - do you have the model number please?
Of the silent brass system? its SB5-9
and the mute has got the number PM5
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