I'll buy this cornet tomorrow.

I'll buy this cornet tomorrow.

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May 20th, 2012, 8:32 pm #1


It's a Yamaha YCR-2330, man!

I don't give a damn if I ever learn to play it or not...because I'm gonna enjoy just HAVING it!

It will cost me $1099 plus tax.

Hal
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May 20th, 2012, 8:54 pm #2

i have often bought things for other people who don't appreciate it , so it goes. put some of those funds into circulation , no luggage racks on coffins.

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May 20th, 2012, 11:31 pm #3

It's a Yamaha YCR-2330, man!

I don't give a damn if I ever learn to play it or not...because I'm gonna enjoy just HAVING it!

It will cost me $1099 plus tax.

Hal
<p>Glad you live out in the Desert!</p><p>Doug S.</p>
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Joined: April 25th, 2003, 11:35 pm

May 21st, 2012, 12:41 am #4

It's a Yamaha YCR-2330, man!

I don't give a damn if I ever learn to play it or not...because I'm gonna enjoy just HAVING it!

It will cost me $1099 plus tax.

Hal
the intermediate horns are dolled up student horns.
for a thousand you can get a beautiful american classic on ebay.
your money but it's a waste of it.
sign up at trumpetherald.com, post on the cornet/flugelhorn section, tell them how much you are spending and seek advice. one of the guys will undoubtedly offer you one of his old classics, king, conn, olds, there are many.
for cornet, and your bent for new and american, spend a bit more and get a getzen, the eternas are good, and the 3850s. wwbw. com., look there. you can get a great horn for under 2k rather than a regrettable one for 1k.

getzen eterna 800, 1759 free shipping, getzen 3850. valves and build to die for, used by pros.

small caliber joy
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May 21st, 2012, 1:40 am #5


I'll never buy or sell anything on EBay again!

They use Pay Pal, which I want nothing more to do with!

I've had experience with both...no more!

I'll continue to buy through regular retail outlets, and I'll pay with Credit Card, Cashier's Check, Personal Check, or Money Order, none of this "funny stuff" like PayPal!

I'll also buy what I WANT, after sufficient research. Look, Chuck...I appreciate your help, BUT.....

Harold I. Pollner
Apple Valley, California

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May 21st, 2012, 1:41 am #6

<p>Glad you live out in the Desert!</p><p>Doug S.</p>
Harold
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May 21st, 2012, 1:58 am #7


I'll never buy or sell anything on EBay again!

They use Pay Pal, which I want nothing more to do with!

I've had experience with both...no more!

I'll continue to buy through regular retail outlets, and I'll pay with Credit Card, Cashier's Check, Personal Check, or Money Order, none of this "funny stuff" like PayPal!

I'll also buy what I WANT, after sufficient research. Look, Chuck...I appreciate your help, BUT.....

Harold I. Pollner
Apple Valley, California

having changed your mind from an unwise decision.


small caliber joy
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May 21st, 2012, 2:11 am #8


...I'm listening to YOU, Chuck, because you seem to have the smart marbles in your bag.

So this is my switcheroo...the Yamaha YCR-233011 Cornet.

Am I doin' better, now? Can I have my dessert now?

Hal the Elder (Boy...I'll bet you're sure glad that YOU'RE not 75 years old, Huh?)

Harry

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May 21st, 2012, 3:22 pm #9

It's a Yamaha YCR-2330, man!

I don't give a damn if I ever learn to play it or not...because I'm gonna enjoy just HAVING it!

It will cost me $1099 plus tax.

Hal
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You go Hal!</p><p>I hope to make it to 75 with both knees intact and no walker...... muchless be able to learn to play brass instruments</p>

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May 21st, 2012, 3:40 pm #10


...who also wrote "The African Queen", "Lord Jim" and many other great reads.

They were All exciting!

Horatio started off as Cadet Hornblower, then was promoted to Lieutenant Hornblower, then earned his Captaincy and commanded HMS LYDIA, then became, after years of fighting the French on the high seas, Admiral Hornblower, and ended his Naval Careeer as Lord Hornblower, First Lord of the Admiralty!

There was even a movie made of his career, starring Gregory Peck.

Hal
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