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PAPER GOODS, or GOOD PAPER

Who would have thought that advertisements could be so compelling?  But now I know.  If I were to find a Rudy Muck cornet, I could sound as good as Bobby Hackett did in 1939, which is saying something.  It would be helpful if I’d mastered the umlaut, but I could do that:

Then I could go to the Zildjian factory, try out some cymbals.  Look out, Gene!  Watch out, Dave!

Finally, I could model myself on George Wettling (not a bad thing, ever) — someone who actually seemed to be loyal to the brand he espoused, by playing Gretsch drums in 1949 and 1954:

eBay, of course . . . !