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Newjazz

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Because then i could leave it my cab and practice while on ranks
Hey, i use a vandoren v16 t95 to do the exercises but, i normally play a vandoren t10 and as i mentioned just after a week i can hear a pretty significant improvement.....
 

ProfJames

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give it another go - you can't cheat with it:), and after a couple of weeks 10 mins a day, you should be making some decent progress!:thumb:
Nah....donated it to the forum! Anything that suppresses my noise has to go! Glad it works for some people though
 

Jules

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allows worthwhile practice while stuck in traffic jams and, as such, well worth it...
 

Gareth WG

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Had tenor since Christmas, finding those low notes very tricky, maybe more time and patience is required......simple as that.
 

nigeld

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Thomann are selling these for a lot less than Amazon in the UK - even with the €10 postage charge.

I just got mine from Thomann, but the instruction book and DVD are in German.
I've contacted Jazzlab to see if I can get the English version, but maybe it's better for non-German speakers to get it from a UK store.
 

ProfJames

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I just got mine from Thomann, but the instruction book and DVD are in German.
I've contacted Jazzlab to see if I can get the English version, but maybe it's better for non-German speakers to get it from a UK store.
An instruction book! Blooming heck! I never thought they would bother to supply one. Put your mpc in the end and off you go!
 
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