Pete Thomas

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I didn't see where else I could post this! :w00t:

Pete,
Do you consider you have a main axe?
As a great all rounder you obviously are......

But I ask because all I hear of your Alto, Tenor and Baritone offerings are right up there ...
Though in my opinion, Alto and Tenor are up there with many others where as your Baritone is up there above many others.
 

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I didn't see where else I could post this! :w00t:

Pete,
Do you consider you have a main axe?
As a great all rounder you obviously are......

But I ask because all I hear of your Alto, Tenor and Baritone offerings are right up there ...
Though in my opinion, Alto and Tenor are up there with many others where as your Baritone is up there above many others.
I'm wondering if that was Pete playing lead on Jumpin' with Symphony Syd.... ya gotta love Spotify!!

Hep! Hep!!

T.
 
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Pete Thomas

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I sort of switch between preferences, I satrted on alto then got most of my work on tenor. Baritone inspires me because it's such an unexplored instrument. Soprano? Hmmm, the less said the better probably.
 

Pete Thomas

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There's only 3 horns, Trumpet, alto and tenor so I think the trumpet is probably lead, haven't heard it for while I'll have to dig it out. I'm playing alto on that album, all the good stuff is played by my very dear friend Dave Bitelli on tenor.
 
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