No, the mic is for anouncers. All I get is aim. I pivot my torso, I can't stand up.Martinman said:Don't you get a microphone?
martysax said:I suggest lots of sit-ups, push-ups, and jogging.
You'll stand out with abdominal support, and lots of it.
Worked for me with a Meyer 5 on a Mexiconn!
Jazz43 said:So I don't really need to get a new mouthpiece then? I'll get the "edgy" tone w/o the mouthpiece?
I'm looking for the edge in jazz and symphonic bands. In concert band I would stick out too much.J.Max said:You really don't want something edgy for concert band. I'm a little confused though...why are you the only player of your part in concert band when there are ten altos? I can understand on solos, (and in jazz band) but that doesn't make sense in concert band. Seems like the band director needs to really work on balance in the band.
It's a 3, but I've been told not to go by the numbers.bruce bailey said:What is the opening of your Brilhart?