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It would only take a great current artist, (Joshua Redmond, Chris Potter, etc.,) making a great recording with it, to possibly make that happen. If it proved to be and sound significantly superior, it would become the new Mk6, and there would be enough demand to warrant the time and provide the money.It´s a novelty item, at present, and I really doubt it will become any more than that. Not because musicians are simply so conservative per se....
but the necessary investment in terms of time and money would be potentially prohibitive- unless one has an ample amount of both.
Pete, honestly. Do you really think that CD is that great, viewed in the broad (no pun intended) scope of our Jazz heritage? That, her music really compares artistically to that of the Jazz Greats of history, and our current top artists, like Joshua Redmond or Chris Potter? She can play DS licks ok. I have never heard her play anything like a Charlie Parker blues or Confirmation, but I'm all ears. I think it wold take more than a CD to make a horn the new "thing".Ummm. I dunno. Candy Dulfer has played that Inderbinen quite a bit and you don't see hordes of folks rushing out to buy those, even though they're supposed to be "sublime" horns.
MartinMods said:It would only take a great current artist, (Joshua Redmond, Chris Potter, etc.,) making a great recording with it, to possibly make that happen.
MartinMods said:I think it wold take more than a CD to make a horn the new "thing".