Talk:2334: Slide Trombone

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I can't find any source saying that the CPS 2000 was discontinued because it was too powerful. There's plenty of reasons why products get discontinued, and this product had various points of criticism apparently. --NeatNit (talk) 21:09, 17 July 2020 (UTC)

It's not verified but it appears likely. The nozzle of the CPS 2000 was 2.5x larger than advertised on the box and had a prominent safety warning affixed to it. It shot water with higher pressures than ever before. There was a hullabaloo around somebody losing an eye from it; there's no proof this happened but such hullabaloos are still bad for business. The model was discontinued and no water gun with comparable power has ever been mass produced for consumers since. It's notable that you can shoot water with as much pressure as you want to the point of cutting metal from a distance (see water cutter, found in well funded makerspaces as an improvement from the laser cutter, plasma cutter, cnc machine) and the metal of a brass instrument could be made to hold higher pressure than plastic. CPS 2000 information from 23:58, 17 July 2020 (UTC)

This should come standard with all spit valves. 21:36, 17 July 2020 (UTC)

Maybe I'm too knowledgeable about musical instruments, but this doesn't seem funny even as a satire. And there are lots of musician jokes about trombonists. Cellocgw (talk) 23:34, 17 July 2020 (UTC)

Randal probably doesn't play these instruments. I don't either and don't know why it's painful. It would be good for us to learn to respect musicians better. Is it because it's disrespectful of an expensive loved instrument that requires great dedication to ownb? 23:58, 17 July 2020 (UTC)