Friday, July 03, 2009

Welcome to the new DuMars Engraving website!

Hello and welcome to my site! I have recently decided to switch to a blog format so I can keep things updated more regularly. I will be adding more information soon, but for now, please take a look at some recent projects and let me know what you think.

12 comments:

James said...

Really like the new site. Your work is AMAZING! I will check back often for new pics...truely inspired by your artistry!

Michael McDanial said...

I love your work. I have a King Super 20 serial number 385xxx that I would like to get engraved. I would like a continuation of the bell pattern down to the bow and the two other bell keys engraved with the same pattern as the others. Would you be able to give me an estimate on how much that would cost?

Anonymous said...

Jason, Ken Hurst here. I have posted on the same thread as you & think we should talk about this engraving musical instruments. Please email me at kenhurst@suddenlink.net or, call me at 910-221-5288 EST (N.C.) -- you can also forward me your number & I'll call you.

Greg said...

Hi Jason, I recently got to witness engraving you did on my friend Brian Landrus' baritone sax. I have an Armstrong bass flute, silver-plated brass, that I would like engraved in a similar fashion. I would be interested in having the entire flute engraved. I am curious as to what the cost might be. Thank you for your consideration and Happy Thanksgiving. Greg Adams

Anonymous said...

Hello Jason

I am desperately looking for the real books in Sibelius format. Indeed, the female singer in our band regularly changes tonalities on the fly, by a few half-tones, and it is a real hastle to transpose the song for C, Bb and Eb !!!

I can do that instantly with Sibelius, but I'm simply lacking the input...

I learn form a post of yours on the Sax-on-the-web forum (12-08-2007, 04:34 AM, [url]http://forum.saxontheweb.net/showthread.php?t=72602[/url]) that you have this material.

Would you be kind enough to share?

In return I shall send you a list of what I have (rare scoren transcriptions, etc.) that might be of interest to you.

Greetings from Paris (France)

Fabrice

Robert said...

Hello Jason,
Please contact me re Selmer BA Tenor sax (1939)
e-mail address is : bobhar3917@gmail.com
Thanks,
Bob H.

Jay said...

Do you do any engraving on new horns? Cannonball big bell horns? Obviously they have the stock engraving...is there anything you can do with a horn like that to enhance it with your engraving or would it not work with the block-like engraving it already has? I have the nickel plated horn. Also, any information on pricing would be great.

Jay

The Dissonance said...

Sweet. Found this from the Yamaha article at http://yamahawinds.wordpress.com/2010/01/29/more-beautiful-engraving/

Cheers, Gandalfe

Supersax1@sbcglobal.net said...

Hi, I have spoken to Dave at Kessler Music and he recommended I contact you. I own a 1978 Selmer Paris Bari SN #283xxx. The horn was not engraved when purchased, and would love to have it engraved similar to a Mark VI, can you please give me an estimate on the work. After your engraving the horn is going to be overhauled by Dave. Thanks, Paul

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see how much it would cost to engrave a trumpet bell like there design on this Committee http://www.adamanddanielle.com/hornstore/martin/martin_committee_9.jpg. it's not the greatest pic to show the detail but hopefully I can find some others. I am looking at getting one which only has the text. Matt Hester mhester1@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

how do i contact you to get my trumpet engraved?

Ian Hendrickson-Smith said...

Beautiful work, Jason. Would like some info on pricing and such for engraving a conn 6m.
Cheers,
-Ian
ianhendricksonsmith@gmail.com