#1
Hi. i'm just starting to play the french horn and i was wondering if any uger's played aswell. ( i need help)
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2007 Fender Highway 1 Stratocaster (MIA)

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Yamaha Acoustic

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#4
i play the french horn. here's something i've learned. in most music you'll play, you'll be the "pa" in oompa. the other small percent of the time, you'll have some important heroic horn part. like i said, it's mostly the "pa" though.
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#5
dude how do you play a D in the treble clef fourth line? and a E for that matter.
Gear:

2007 Fender Highway 1 Stratocaster (MIA)

Mesa Boogie Express 5:25

Yamaha Acoustic

Member of the Eric Johnson Worshippers Club.
#6
first button. if you've got the 4th, you can play it with the 4th and 1st down at the same time, or just the 1st. i've found it easier just to play without the 4th completely, mostly because i'm used to the trumpet :\ also, you can ask your band director for a fingering chart if you're just starting out, or you could try to find something on the internet.
oh yeah, as for the e, it's open.
edit- first button for the d, sorry i didn't specify earlier
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#7
4th? lmfao isnt there 3 buttons and a trigger?
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2007 Fender Highway 1 Stratocaster (MIA)

Mesa Boogie Express 5:25

Yamaha Acoustic

Member of the Eric Johnson Worshippers Club.
#8
i always called the trigger 4th. but yeah, do you get what i'm saying though about the d and e?
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#9
ya man. i appreciate the help.
Gear:

2007 Fender Highway 1 Stratocaster (MIA)

Mesa Boogie Express 5:25

Yamaha Acoustic

Member of the Eric Johnson Worshippers Club.
#10
for sure man. i've had my fill of playing and thinking about french horn today lol. i'm out, take it easy.
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