promenade in green
things have been moving pretty fast around Harrelson Trumpets the past six months. just when we thought things couldn't get any more busy or exciting... turns out they can... exponentially... we love it, we really do. jason just came in the office exciting about his latest project and said something like... "i can't even sleep anymore i am so excited to work" ... this coming from a man that already loves his job. and works way too much. but when the work is fun... well, the lines get blurry. so, i took a lot of photos today... we've been delivering horns to Schmitt Music this month that are back from plating and this afternoon was an HT5 in Silver with Green Crinkle Glass Inlays. the Crinkle Glass is my favorite right now... see for yourself...
i think Schmitt Music has something like 7 of our Trumpets in stock right now... you can stop by and try them out here:2400 Freeway Blvd, Brooklyn Center MN 55430 or call 763-566-4560
we are also busy gearing up for the International Trumpet Guild Conference...
June 11-15, 2013
in downtown Grand Rapids, MI hosted by Grand Valley State University
Click here for the conference web site.
We are also holding an Open House here at Harrelson Trumpets right before we leave town... we'll have a lot of fun stuff on hand for people to preview before the Conference... or if you're here in Minnesota and can't make it to the Conference this year... you can see some of what you'll be missing... well... what you'll be missing from us :)
60 Cleveland Ave SW
New Brighton MN 55112
i have a lot of other great stuff to share here... but I don't have time to write about it today. more to come soon. thanks for the music!
oh, and a quick side note... we receive roughly 50 friend requests a week on facebook... we are however MAXXXED out on our friends... so please follow our other pages on facebook... here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Harrelson-Trumpets/489631254382600 and also here:
That looks brilliant. Easily my favorite inlays so far. It's hard to tell from the photos, but does that mean that the rim of the actual finger button is higher than the inlay? I wonder if that's more difficult to get used to, or uncomfortable when you play? maybe you could fill in the remainder of the space with a clear resin or something so the top is plumb with the rim of the button. Then it probably won't look so good though. Hmmmm.... Nah, i'm sure you can just get used to it! It's way too cool to ruin for the sake of comfort! Great job as always Jason, keep up the super cool work.
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