You’re searching for the perfect sound.
You want to play long improvised lines with ease.
You want to have effortless high range, to play swinging phrases with a stellar tone, and to sound great on any jazz standard.
And to get there you just need that perfect instrument.
That vintage Martin Committee trumpet, that mint condition Mark VI, the perfect ride cymbal, that Slant Signature Otto Link, a Steinway Grand…
Check it out!
It’s the same horn that John Coltrane, Joe Henderson, Mark Turner, and Seamus Blake play on:
“Look no further…” the only thing between you and the sound of your dreams is $10,000!
As you can see, it’s way too easy to get caught up in the quest for the perfect equipment.
It’s fun to search for and buy new instruments and it’s all too easy to envision yourself squashing any musical obstacle with this brand new horn.
Before you know it, you’re spending more time on eBay and scouring the internet then you are practicing and listening to the music.
But wait a second, is this new instrument really going to change you as a musician?
We’re all obsessed with equipment
Visit an online music forum, attend a music conference, or strike up a conversation with your fellow musicians.
It’ll only be a matter of minutes until the topic turns to equipment.
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