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Old 01-22-07, 09:12 PM   #1
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woohoo

just bought a Yamaha trombone. I'm ready to get back into an old hobby. I got this one in excellent shape, no dents, and for cheeeaaaap.

On a side note, I need to get on learning some faster middle eastern rhythms on the doumbek. I can play pretty well, but I need to learn how to improvise and combine rhythms.
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I used to play trombone! About two lifetimes ago...
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with my inuendo-esque perverted mind, I'm not even going to touch the "trombone" jokes
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Was it rusty?
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Okay, I'm going to have to hurt you.
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I never knew you played the trombone. I thought you only played the skinflute.
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Hrumph... I thought it was the sacks-a-fone?!?!?
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i played trombone in jr. high and high school

the best thing about it was that the flutes sat infront of us and we could snap their bra straps with the slide extended past 7th position....

what a loser i was/am
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i played trombone in jr. high and high school

the best thing about it was that the flutes sat infront of us and we could snap their bra straps with the slide extended past 7th position....

what a loser i was/am
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We used to smack them in the head with the spit valve. That was a "D" note, right?
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We used to smack them in the head with the spit valve. That was a "D" note, right?
4th position if i remember correctly....
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