I'm a college kid looking to noodle around (like really casual playing) and continue playing after I graduate. I got to try out the Mack Brass 210 model a few years ago and loved the sound of it. I am a bit torn between this 4/4 and a 3/4 size at the expense of sound quality, but I really want to give the 422L a go. I love the smaller size and piston valves are a must for me. DAE know where I can find more reviews of this horn? There don't seem to be any sound demos or much on the internet about it. Thanks in advance!
Update: THANK YOU EVERYONE. You all were super helpful! I went with the 210 :)
I want to make a tuba poop blunderbuss. Asking for a friend.
Wubby doesn't actually read whispers or fucking anything... SO
I am fine. Wubby raided GameAttackTeam the other week and I have tried to bless them as best I can. I was the highest donator on twitch some day this past week. They made an emote to honor me. I am honored.
But I repeat, I am fine.
It stands for "terrible underwater breathing apparatus"
I’d like to read from the beginning but can’t find the full thing, only bits and pieces. Where can I read the whole lore in order?
I was recently told about a 5 valve silver BMB f tuba. Comes w a hard case and gig bag and I have a full week to try it out, what should I be listening for? I have played only CC and BBb tubas so I don’t have any experience.
Hello. Im am applying to college and planning on going into music education. One of the requirements is a “concerto, sonata, or similar work”. Does anyone in this community have any recommendations? Feel free to send any links as well.
(I’d say I’m between beginner and advanced player so I will have a little trouble playing tougher pieces before the due date.)
Does anyone have any ideas on how to get my tuba in tune. It just seems naturally flat. I push all the slides in and it's still slightly under. The instrument is perfectly in tune with itself, no bum notes anywhere. So it's only a problem in ensembles and orchestras. I tend to just blow up slightly but that affects the tone. Any nifty tricks to get my hooter sharper would be much appreciated.
(For anyone interested, it's a Miraphone 1293)
Hello Community- about a year ago my father passed away and I inherited his instrument collection, including his Pan American tuba. We looked up the serial number (217115) on the Horn-u-Copia website and believe this instrument was manufactured in 1951
I am interested in potentially selling this tuba on websites such as Tubenet, but as a novice I don't have a clue how to list/price/describe it. Could you help me with these questions:
Please let me know if you need any additional info/photos...and thanks for any help/advice you can offer. Thanks, John
My HS big band is looking to feature us seniors on some songs and I want to send in a tune that features the tuba but I don't know any. If you guys know any charts that feature the tuba (or even bass trombone), please comment them below