What types of musicians use ChopSaver?

ChopSaver was created by a trumpet player, so the obvious first target was people that play brass instruments such as trumpet, horn, trombone, euphonium and tuba. It quickly was adopted by other musicians who use their lips to play, which would mean woodwind instruments like flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and saxophone. Even harmonica players can […]

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How can ChopSaver be used as a band fundraiser?

ChopSaver is a great fundraiser! We have had bands raise over $4,000 in two weeks selling ChopSaver. People like it because it’s not fattening and it doesn’t have special handling issues like freezing or refrigeration. It doesn’t take up a lot of storage space. It’s easy to deliver and the profit margin is very high. […]

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ChopSaver Users are Just Plain Cool!

This is something I caught on a video phone a couple years ago. The Washington Symphonic Brass performed a concert of all classic rock music at the International Trumpet Guild Conference in Harrisburg, PA in May of 2009. This is a clip from Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd and arranged by Jennifer Jester. It features […]

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A New Year’s Proclamation – More than just Lip Service

Wow, a blog about New Year’s Resolutions, how original! Well, to be truthful, I have never made New Year’s resolutions myself. I figure any moment in any day in any year is as good a time as any to make a new decision, course correct and plan for a different future. In other words, why […]

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