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 It's not what you's what you do...
Author: oldreedguy 
Date:   2020-01-25 13:13

I have been admonished by the moderators regarding my too-personal I'll leave this short and for the feel, learn the scales, the theory and such, get a good horn and the means for what works for you...and play whatever you love con don't need me to tell you this...but sometimes I have to remind myself that's what made me a good player and gave me what I got in life. I didn't practice 8 hours a day, have great chops, but I had the passion...and it took me a long way.

It looks like I'm getting back in the clarinet world. Tomorrow I'm checking out a Noblet bass for a community band in San Luis Obispo California USA. I bought a vintage Selmer bass mpc "A" model. I don't know anything about it, but the cat who sold it here on the classified board is a clarinet doc student from North Texas State, so I assume he knows something. Why he's selling this I don't know, but I took a $207.90 chance...I've had C-stars, played a Pomerico 3-in Rome on my 33 back in ' let's see how this works. Hopefully this school Noblet is playable.

I'm almost 59 and looking forward to playing again. I have a rehabbed Buffet S1 that may get a call as well.

If anyone knows anything about this model A selmer mpc I'd like to know.

Best wishes to all...hope this passes moderator muster.

Barney P.

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 Re: It's not what you's what you do...
Author: ruben 
Date:   2020-01-25 16:13

Barney: I always like your posts and appreciate their "personal" character. Go on expressing yourself freely. It's good for you and for those that read your posts.

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 Re: It's not what you's what you do...
Author: smokindok 
Date:   2020-01-25 18:36

oldreedguy said:
"I'm almost 59 and looking forward to playing again."

People of all ages post on this board, Barney, but a good number of regular posters are, lets say, well seasoned and may consider 59 a "prettyyoungreedguy".

Those ladies and gentlemen are a great resource and I appreciate that they take time to share their experience on this board.

John - in his 60's, but perpetually a kid at heart

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 Re: It's not what you's what you do...
Author: Bob Bernardo 
Date:   2020-01-26 15:57

For those who haven't heard, San Luis Obispo is a beautiful place resting on the Pacific ocean coast. It's a hidden gem!

Maybe Eddie Palanker will pop in regard bass clarinets and mouthpieces for this horn. He may have played on that older Selmer.

Designer of - Vintage 1940 Cicero Mouthpieces and the La Vecchia mouthpieces

Yamaha Artist 2015

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 Re: It's not what you's what you do...
Author: oldreedguy 
Date:   2020-01-29 16:55

Actually, the community band was down near Santa Maria...Nipomo...uh, no Monday I'm checking out LA Winds...and found my 2005 Bass I played in rome and sold in Budapest that same year...with the same in Vienna...and he still plays it regularly...wish I had it...but don't even remember how I got it so many years ago...

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