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Since then I have tried and seen only one, belonged to a friend of mine from my military days. Is anybody presently using this horn? If so, how do you think it plays and compared to other horns. Is it the L, as in large bore that scares some folks off? It’s only a .003" difference at .462 than a 37. Is there an endurance factor to the larger bore?

I agree about the 7/7. It’s really nice and it plays and sounds great. I think it is just a niche market model for Bach, like the Commercial. Their bread and butter horns are well established and don’t scare anybody. gas x while pregnant The 7/7 is a little off center from those core lineup models, so it is there to catch grumpy, recalcitrant players who don’t like the number 37.

I play a Wild Thing (large bore is not an issue) and an old Bach 72 MLV. Both horns play great, sound great, and have the same sound. I was thinking the NY7 would be a good in between and all around horn. I have a 37 that Jim Becker did a great job of rebuild and made it a player, but to me the WT and the MLV sound better. I’m playing the MLV mostly these days for those intimate jazz gigs.

I agree about the 7/7. It’s really nice and it plays and sounds great. I think it is just a niche market model for Bach, like the Commercial. Their bread and butter horns are well established and don’t scare anybody. electricity cost in california The 7/7 is a little off center from those core lineup models, so it is there to catch grumpy, recalcitrant players who don’t like the number 37.

Hi, This is my 1st Post. I am a 2nd year Comeback Trumpet Player after 14 years away. I realize that the Original date of this discussion began almost a month ago, but I wanted to post a comment regarding the New York 7. I have a new NY 7 and so far this is a great horn. In many ways I would compare it to an early Yamaha 6335S that I have played since new in 1984 in that it is very versatile and can fit in many settings from Brass Quintet, Brass Ensemble, Chamber Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra, can be as dark and broad as needed and really lights up to very bright and present when called on. electricity billy elliot karaoke I also used my Yamaha in Big Bands as a Lead, Latin Bands, and Classic R&R horn Bands in an earlier time in my life and think that the NY 7 would work very well in those situations as well. So far, my regular playing has been limited to a more Classical application which is perfectly filled by the Bach NY 7. My mouthpieces choices have (since 1971) been Reeves, beginning with an original 1S695 (the earlier version of the 41s), and now 41S695, 41C694, 41FE and 41 C2J. Discussions such as this were not possible back in the day when I was a regular player so I am looking forward to new ideas from Trumpet Herald.

I own the Bach 180S77 (about 3 years now) and consider it my best horn yet. I grew up on a 37 and then went to a dark/heavy Edwards for about 15 years. I’ve returned to Bach and this fabulous model because it can do anything. It’s a lightweight model so obviously you can light it up by giving it the gas. On the otherhand, with just a little bit of control, you can sound mainstream for orchestral and quintet work. The .462 bore isn’t an issue for me, my Edwards was a .460, it really doesn’t feel large bore. electricity and magnetism pdf This is a remake of the 197 Anniversary model (.459) with a couple of tweaks and a lot less bling. I don’t know that Bach has made a better instrument in the past 20 years.

These are a great design. I’ve played a couple that were really balanced and had all of the qualities others have described. The tough part is even these new models have Bach’s inconsistency. I’ve played a couple others that played well in one register but quite uneven in others. Back to back they felt quite different from one another. 7 cases movie As long as you can test them out and find the right one, all is good.

I am a few months into my new New York 7 and have used it in several very diverse settings over the Holiday Season and am now moving into the busiest part of my upcoming performance schedule. I just finished a Friday Night/Saturday Morning "retreat" practice situation using my New York 7 this weekend. I am loving this horn more and more everyday and consider it one of the, if not THE, most enjoyable instruments that I have played over more than 50 years (this statement is not made lightly). I would describe this horn as a true chameleon in that it fits into ANY situation that I have encountered so far. That’s what I was looking for, that’s what I have gotten in the very best way! You would do well to try a few and make your own judgement if you are looking for a most versatile candidate for your next horn!

Hey thanks, this horn looks like it’s a sleeper. I’ve since sold a couple horns and still liquidating more. Just got a 37 back from blueprinting at Osmun, it plays great and opens up, but I’m still looking at other horns now including Adams. I had a Schilke B5 years ago, should have kept that one. Oh well, this has been an expensive safari and needs to end.

Just got a call to do "Catch Me If You Can" in May, need to get the right horn. gas x strips instructions The NY7 is back at the top of my list. The only local music store just had a step up day for students. The Bach rep was there and had a display of horns, but not the NY7. I tried the ML Commercial Bach, sounded and played great. The Rep said he has a NY7 in lacquer in stock and he’d send it to the store if I wanted to A/B it with the commercial horn. I might take him up on that after a couple more horns sell. z gas ensenada Might sell the 37 and the 72 MLV. With he had an Adams A5 or A10 too, but need to see Trent for that. Almost got an A5, but that’s a tough decision without trying, but I do like the lines on the NY7

I received my then new NY7 2 years ago today shipped directly from the Bach factory. My expectations were great since money for new horns does not come easily on my retirement budget. After tons of research and trials, the NY7 sounded like the obvious choice for my needs and 2 years in, has proven to be an excellent selection. It has been my daily player with only a few rare days off since I got it. In the same situation, I would do this again. Great Bach horn!!!

Hey thanks, this horn looks like it’s a sleeper. b games basketball I’ve since sold a couple horns and still liquidating more. Just got a 37 back from blueprinting at Osmun, it plays great and opens up, but I’m still looking at other horns now including Adams. I had a Schilke B5 years ago, should have kept that one. Oh well, this has been an expensive safari and needs to end.

Just got a call to do "Catch Me If You Can" in May, need to get the right horn. The NY7 is back at the top of my list. The only local music store just had a step up day for students. The Bach rep was there and had a display of horns, but not the NY7. I tried the ML Commercial Bach, sounded and played great. The Rep said he has a NY7 in lacquer in stock and he’d send it to the store if I wanted to A/B it with the commercial horn. I might take him up on that after a couple more horns sell. Might sell the 37 and the 72 MLV. With he had an Adams A5 or A10 too, but need to see Trent for that. Almost got an A5, but that’s a tough decision without trying, but I do like the lines on the NY7