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 Drew's Testimonial and Keeping it Simple
Author: paul 
Date:   1999-09-01 18:21

If Drew has absolutely no cracks in 20 year old horns, then who knows? Perhaps he might be onto a good thing.

At least he helps to prove his point with a "real life" example.

My horn is too new to make any comparisons. However, I use a simple rule of thumb for the environmental protection of my horn. If I'm comfy, it probably is, too. If I'm too hot, cold, wet, or dry, then it probably is, too. If I like to stay in a warm and comfy house, then the horn probably likes to be stored in its "house" - the case.

Only time will tell if I'm right or wrong.

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 Dessicant in case?  new
maureen bleiman 1999-09-01 05:45 
 RE: Dessicant in case?  new
Travis 1999-09-01 06:39 
 RE: Dessicant in case?  new
Dee 1999-09-01 12:02 
 RE: Dessicant in case?  new
Drew 1999-09-01 14:12 
 Drew's Testimonial and Keeping it Simple  new
paul 1999-09-01 18:21 
 RE: Dessicant in case?  new
lis 1999-09-01 20:08 
 RE: Dessicant in case?  new
Connie 1999-09-01 21:32 
 RE: Dessicant in case?  new
Hiroshi 1999-09-02 00:18 
 RE: Dessicant in case?  new
Travis 1999-09-02 01:23 
 RE: Dessicant in case, NO  new
Don Berger 1999-09-02 16:14 
 RE: Dessicant in case?  new
Daniel 1999-09-03 05:09 
 RE: Dessicant in case?  new
Daniel 1999-09-03 05:12 
 RE: Dessicant in case?  new
Connie 1999-09-04 18:06 

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