Once people get these horns into their hands they are discovering some amazing things. The statements are rather interesting to say the least.
From a Student in Georgia:
“Please, please, please ask the maker of these fabulous double horns to start making descant and triple horns at a price affordable for students. Descant and triple horns are what they really want and many need, especially to be successful, but halfway decent ones cost a fortune. His double horns are priced fairly, and a similarly (fairly) priced descant or a little more expensive triple would get him lots of business and happy horn players. Thanks! PS: By affordable price I meant like a Finke Triple selling for about $8500”
More from the same student:
“Also, I just wanted to thank you so much for everything you have done! When I play on the Briz, it is like I am a completely different player, a much better player with much more experience. The variety of tone colous and complexity of the tone never ceases to amaze me. I often wonder if it is even me making the sound that comes out! Without you, I most likely would have gotten a much more mediocre horn which I would much less enjoy.
Stupendously yours, Jonathan
From the mother of a student looking for a new horn:
My son is interested in purchasing a Briz horn. He was able to play a fellow student’s and loved it. What is the difference in the Briz 2000G and the 2000Y models? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated, Donna
Love to hear from those who have been playing one of these for a while.