Skullgirls/Big Band

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SG big icon.png

Story

Big Band used to be a cop, now he walks a different beat.

Basics

Big Band has a variety of large moves that can control most of the screen, and has simple but effective mixup that leads to high damage. On the flip side, his large hurtbox leaves him vulnerable to instant overheads and stray hits. To mitigate this he has a few very strong, unique defensive options with parries and armored moves.

  • Various specials cover different angles around Big Band, granting him space control, at the risk of leaving himself vulnerable if they whiff or are blocked.
  • Has very good assists to benefit the entire cast and any team, whatever their need is.
  • Super Sonic Jazz, his grounded level 1 super, is one of the most feared reversals in the game
  • Parrying allows him to deflect predictable pressure, gain meter, and punish his opponent afterwards. But over-zealousness will quickly put him in a bad position.
  • Some of his moves apply sound stun, which gives him different combos, conversions, and setups than other characters.

Important Moves

  • jLK - Go-to air normal with many active frames and multiple hits
  • Throw - Largest throw range in the game. Mix up with 2LK
  • 2HP - Big low crush poke. Inflicts sound stun so a combo is possible.
  • Brass Knuckles ([4]6P) - Armored rush punch. L version is fast and safe, M and H are armored.
  • H A-Train into E-Brake ([4]6HK~P) lets Big Band move across the screen with a quick burst of speed and armor.
  • Cymbal Clash (j214K) - A disjointed special that allows Big Band to space his opponents while in the air. Heavier versions are slower, but have more hits to break armor.
  • SSJ (236PP) - 2f startup post flash unblockable reversal, perhaps the best reversal in the game. Opponents can instant overhead you, but you can threaten with this.

Sound Stun

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Many of Big Band's attacks cause a unique sound stun on hit. This hit effect has a distinctive musical note hit spark and has additional hit stop for the opponent or a knockdown depending on the attack. sound stun can only be used once per combo. Attacks that end in a sound stun all lead to damaging combos for Big Band. Additional sound stun attacks in the same combo have their diminished, normal properties.

Stats

Movement

Weight Dash Double Jump Airdash IAD Lockout
Heavy Run Yes No N/A

Chains

Standing 4 Buttons: Sg lp.pngSg lk.pngSg mp.png or Sg mk.pngSg hp.png or Sg hk.png
Crouching 4 Buttons: Sg lp.pngSg lk.pngSg mp.png or Sg mk.pngSg hp.png or Sg hk.png
Air 6 Buttons: Sg lp.pngSg lk.pngSg mp.pngSg mk.pngSg hp.pngSg hk.png

Wakeup Time

Forward Tech Backward Tech Sliding KD Hard KD Crumple Assist Recovery
39 40 3 35 36 58


Move List

Standing Normals

SG big slp.png
SG big slp hb.png
Honky Tonk
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
5LP s.Sg lp.png
x1 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Chains Into Self 300 2.5% +3 +2
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
6 2 16 20 19 7 N/A
x2 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid - 300 2.5% +3 +2
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
5 2 16 20 19 7 N/A


  • Big Band uses a bike horn for a jab which chains twice, hits in front of Big Band, and can function as an anti-air against low air-dashes.


SG big smp.png
SG big smp hb.png
Free Form
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
5MP s.Sg mp.png
x1 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid - 700 7.5% -2 -6
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
10 2 25 24 20 9 N/A
x2-5 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid - 75 0% -40 -44
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
11, 3, 3... 2 72 24 20 9 N/A


  • Big Band pulls out a trumpet, which will act as any other single hit normal if chained into a stronger (HP or HK) attack. If chained into itself or a weaker attack (LP or LK), chaining with any additional button presses will play additional notes as long as Big Band holds the trumpet. Up to the first 6 notes can actually hit, with more hits becoming active with more levels of meter in stock. Additional hits will all contribute to undizzy as individual MP normals. Holding ← or → during Free Form will cause the next button input to put away the trumpet in favor of the button's actual attack, assuming that button can chain out of a 5MP. Mashing buttons and accidentally going Free Form will leave Big Band defenseless, while careful use can lead to his level 5 super.


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SG big shp hb.png
Air Mail Special
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
5HP s.Sg hp.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Launcher 950 10% ±0 -7
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
18 4 25 28 21 14 N/A


  • Big Band uses a saxophone to launch his opponent. Has a good vertical hitbox in front of him.


SG big slk.png
SG big slk hb.png
Hot Socks
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
5LK s.Sg lk.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Low - 275, 325 2.5% x2 ±0 -2
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
8 2, (5), 2 21 22 x2 20 x2 7 x2 N/A


  • Big Band attacks with a 2-hit kick pedal for a standing normal that must be blocked low.


SG big smk.png
SG big smk hb.png
Pneumatic Slide
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
5MK s.Sg mk.png
x1 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Launcher,
Chains Into Self
600 7.5% -13 -14
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
15 2 34 22 21 10 N/A
x2 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid - 650 7.5% -9 -13
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
11 2 33 25 21 10 N/A


  • A 2 part trombone kick. Big Band can jump cancel after the second hit to use this as a standard launcher. Jump canceling after the first hit leaves the opponent at a lower height. Additionally, it is possible to jump cancel after the first hit and perform an air throw for a mix-up, and it works on every character (timing is somewhat strict).


SG big shk.png
SG big shk hb.png
Kick Stand
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
5HK s.Sg hk.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid - 950 10% Wall Bounce -18
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
21 4 36 26 21 12 N/A


  • Big Band's side kick brings him completely off the ground during the attack's active frames. With proper timing, the move can evade incoming low attacks.


Crouching Normals

SG big clp.png
SG big clp hb.png
Ring-a-Ding
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
2LP c.Sg lp.png
x1 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Chains Into Self 250 2.5% +5 +3
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
6 3 14 21 19 7 N/A
x2 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid - 100 x5 1.2857% x5 +5 +3
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
3 3 x5 14 21 x5 19 x5 3x4, 7 N/A


  • A 2 part attack with a single hit on the first button press. The second part rings the triangle for 5 additional hits. This button is very useful for breaking armor, as well as for performing meaty setups that cover reversal options that have a few vulnerable frames at the start, have armor, or both.
SG big cmp.png
SG big cmp hb.png
Glissando
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
2MP c.Sg mp.png
x1 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Chains Into Self 550 7.5% +2 -2
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
11 4 20 25 21 10 N/A
x2 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid - 700 7.5% +1 -5
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
6 4 24 28 22 10 N/A


  • Big Band extends two trombone slides to hit the opponent. Good horizontal poke. If you confirm the second hit at max range, you can follow up with 2HP, then cancel into H Train, E-Break, then 5LP. The timing on characters with smaller hitboxes (like Filia, for instance) will be tighter.


SG big chp.png
SG big chp hb.png
Overblow
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
2HP c.Sg hp.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Sound Stun 1000 10% Soft KD (Sound Stun),
Soft KD (Invuln.)
-12
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
20 4 32 20 23 40, 12, (12 on block) N/A


  • A slow blast from a massive tuba. On hit, the Sound Stun causes an extended hit stop on the opponent. Hitting without a Sound Stun gives the opponent invulnerability and allows an immediate Ground Recovery, similar to a sweep. Like 5HK, it has some low-crush potential. It also has slight disjoint, making it a good poke at far ranges and its big hitbox allows for some anti-air potential. On block, it is possible to make yourself -5 if you immediately H Train into E-Break, which is safer than L Brass on block, being -6.


SG big clk.png
SG big clk hb.png
Sharp Note
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
2LK c.Sg lk.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Low - 325 2.5% +7 +5
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
8 4 12 22 20 7 N/A


  • Big Band extends a tiny clarinet to hit his opponent as his main low attack. The fact that it is +7 on hit makes it easy to set up low/throw mixups mid-combo. It has a pretty large vertical hitbox for a low, so it works conveniently in optimized combos.


SG big cmk.png
SG big cmk hb.png
Bass Drop
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
2MK c.Sg mk.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid - 750 7.5% +1 -3
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
12 4 21 25 21 10 N/A


  • Big Band drops to the ground, attacking above and around himself with air blasts. The low profile hurt boxes and large hit box make the attack a useful anti-air and make the tall Big Band less susceptible to instant overheads. Oh hit, the blasts draw defending characters closer to Big Band instead of pushing them away. After a fully shook beat extend, this move can be used to drop the enemy on the opposite side.


SG big chk.png
SG big chk hb.png
Low Rank
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
2HK c.Sg hk.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Low Sweep 1200 10% Soft KD (Invuln.) -16
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
19 6 28 14 17 10 N/A


  • A basic sweep with surprising vertical range and slightly disjointed, making it effective for stopping air dashes and other low height air attacks. This is Big Band's hardest hitting grounded normal. On block, it is possible to immediately cancel into L 'A' Train and have it confirm (the opponent conveniently exits blockstun at around the same time L Train becomes active).


Jumping Normals

SG big jlp.png
SG big jlp hb.png
Tenor Blast
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
jLP j.Sg lp.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
High Whiff Cancel 400 2.5% -5 -3
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
10 2 26 22 18 8 N/A


  • A single blast from Big Band's lowest side valve. j.MP and j.HP attack using the other valves and combine for a basic 3 hit air chain, which Big Band has a hard time doing with his jumping kicks. It is common to use a "plink throw" after j.LP. This can be done by inputting j.LP, then "rolling" your hand over the LP and LK inputs (do not touch them at the same time; you must input them separately in a very quick succession).
  • Big Band can whiff cancel this move into j.MP then j.HP or just into j.HP.


SG big jmp.png
SG big jmp hb.png
Baritone Blast
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
jMP j.Sg mp.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
High Whiff Cancel 650 7.5% -3 -1
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
12 2 26 24 20 10 N/A


  • A single blast from Big Band's center side valve. Usually the go-to button when performing an air string after a launcher.
  • Big Band can whiff cancel this move into j.HP.


SG big jhp.png
SG big jhp hb.png
Bass Blast
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
jHP j.Sg hp.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
High - 1000 10% -3 -6
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
16 2 30 26 22 12 N/A


  • A single blast from Big Band's highest side valve.


SG big jlk.png
SG big jlk hb.png
Jelly Roll
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
jLK j.Sg lk.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
High (rising mid) - 200 x3 0.9% x3 +3 +3
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
7 18 (3, 3, 3...) 11 22 x3 18 x3 6 x3 N/A


  • Big Band extends a tambourine for a 3-hit attack the hits below him and has generous active frames. This attack does not hit overhead on the way up.


SG big jmk.png
SG big jmk hb.png
Sweet Clarinet
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
jMK j.Sg mk.png
x1 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
High Chains Into Self 400 7.5% +4 ±0
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
11 4 18 28 or 25 (vs air) 20 9 N/A
x2 Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid - 220x3, 240 1.8% x4 +5 ±0
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
16 5 x4 16 25 x4 20 x4 3, 3, 3, 7 N/A


  • A 2 part attack with a low-angled clarinet, first hitting directly below Big Band and then spinning for additional hits after a second button press. The second attack's spinning hits cause a float effect and force Big Band to stay airbourne.
    • He can't use this float if he's already used a double jump, but he can use the float to extend a super jump to a full screen's distance for a desperately needed movement option.
    • Each use of j.MK follow up in a combo will cause Big Band to fall increasingly faster.
  • The first hit can be used at the start of a jump for a quick overhead.
    • This can be converted into a combo with Tympany Drive when close enough to the corner, or with j.HK and teching forward when far enough from the corner.
    • Cymbal Clash can be used to combo after an instant overhead j.MK against Big Band, or against any other standing character (such as during a fuzzy setup)
    • j.HP can be used to combo against a crouching Big Band and some standing characters, but the timing is very tight.


SG big jhk.png
SG big jhk hb.png
5000lb Slam
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
jHK j.Sg hk.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
High No Cancel * 1200 10% Wall Bounce N/A
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
16 (until ground) 16, KD or 19 ** 37 18 14 N/A


  • Big Band attacks with a clumsy drop kick, forcing himself to land on his back and use a Ground Recovery. When used air to air, the high wall bounce will leave the opponent flying across the screen while Big Band slowly gets himself together. The Ground Recovery is no different than any other, so careful placement will let Big Band use its invulnerable frames to get across the screen.


* j.HK can't cancel into Cymbal Clash. j.HK can cancel into Tympany Drive up to and including the 2nd active frame (regardless of hit, block or whiff). If the 3rd active frame is reached, a super cancel is no longer possible.
** 16 frames of recovery, then the opportunity to ground tech. There are 3 additional frames of vulnerable recovery if no ground tech is performed, and some additional invulnerable recovery.
The first frame data graph shows the move with a ground recovery. The second shows without.


Universal Mechanics

SG big throw.png
SG big throw hb.png
Heavy Toll
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
Throw Sg lp.png + Sg lk.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Throw 50% Damage Scaling 0, 150 x8 5%, 1% x8 +27 N/A
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
7 1 28 N/A N/A N/A N/A


  • The throw with the longest range in the game by far. Big Band extends a bell, shakes the opponent around, and leaves them standing. The generous frame advantage after the throw gives Big Band time to convert into a combo.
  • Use 2MK to convert into a combo in the corner.
  • When out of the corner, the opponent will be too far away to reach with most normals for a combo, so you have to close the distance first.
    • A good conversion is H 'A' Train, E-Break, 2LK/2MK. 2MK is a 6 frame link with the earliest possible E-Break (+18).
    • L Giant Step, 2LK is a less optimal conversion that consumes Sound Stun, but is easy to execute.


SG big airthrow.png
SG big airthrow hb.png
High Toll
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
Air Throw Sg lp.png + Sg lk.png (in air)
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Air Throw 50% Damage Scaling 0, 350, 1000 5%, 2%, 6% KD N/A
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
7 3 18 N/A N/A N/A N/A


  • Big Band grabs at his opponent, creates a bell around them and strikes once, dropping the opponent afterwards.
  • Big Band can convert after a successful air throw with either j.LK or j.MK, using OTG.


SG big bfp.png
SG big bfp hb.png
'A' Train Express
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
Tag Sg mp.png + Sg mk.png / Sg hp.png + Sg hk.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Armor (1 hit),
Tag
500 4.50% KD -18
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
29 to 49 7 41 26 29 15 N/A


  • Big Band enters the screen with an armored rush punch.
  • This move is slowest when the opponent is cornered, since Big Band has to travel further from the edge of the screen.
  • Although the animation of Big Band's Tag In attack looks like Brass Knuckles it deals significantly less damage.


SG big snap.png
SG big snap hb.png
Take Five
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
Snapback Sg 236.png + Sg mp.png + Sg mk.png / Sg 236.png + Sg hp.png + Sg hk.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Snapback 0 -100% N/A -22
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
12 + 3 3 37 14 17 13 9


  • Big Band uses two saxophones for a unique outtake that hits in front and behind him.


Specials

SG big dpp.png
SG big dpp hb.png
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
Beat Extend Sg 623.png + Sg p.png
4.gif , 6.gif , 4.gif , 6.gif ...
or → Sg lp.png , Sg hp.png , Sg lp.png , Sg hp.png ...
Sg lp.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Invuln. (Strike) (Frame 2),
Sound Stun
350, 350, 150 x9 (100, 100, 50 x9) (2.5) 5.5%, 3%, 1.5% x9 KD -24
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
8 1, (6), 1 [(2), 1, (2), 1...] 34 18 x2, (16 x9 Shake) 18, 13, (19 x9 Shake) 2, 60, 35 x9 or 2, 33, 12 x9 (4, 9, 35 x9 on block) N/A
Sg mp.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Invuln. (Strike),
Sound Stun
350, 550, 150 x12 (100, 100, 50 x12) (2.5%) 7%, 4.5%, 1.5% x12 KD -29
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
10 3, (3), 3 [(4), 1, (2), 1...] 39 18 x2, (16 x12 Shake) 21, 15, (19 x12 Shake) 4, 60, 35 x12 or 4, 33, 12 x12 (8, 9, 35 x12 on block) N/A
Sg hp.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Invuln. (Full),
Sound Stun
350 x2, 550, 150 x14 (100, 100, 100, 50 x14) (2.5%) 7%, 4.5% x2, 1.5% x9 KD -27
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
12 3, (6), 3, (3), 3 [(4), 1, (2), 1...] 36 18 x3, (16 x14 Shake) 18 x2, 15 (19 x14 Shake) 4, 2, 60, 35 x14 or 4, 2, 33, 12 x14 (4, 4, 8, 35 x14 on block) N/A


  • Big Band reaches out in an attempt to draw in and trap the opponent in his tambourine. On hit, the "shake" (mash Sg lp.png, Sg hp.png, ... or ←,→,←,→...) inputs give additional, rapid hits that are best used after a combo has reached maximum damage scaling. The Sound Stun causes extra hit stop for the opponent, giving Big Band enough time to recover and start a combo before the defending player falls to the ground.
  • Sg lp.png
    • Strike invulnerable, but the first frame is vulnerable
    • Has a taller initial hitbox which occurs during the strike invuln frames, making it better as an anti-air
    • Fastest version
    • Does the least damage
  • Sg mp.png
    • Strike invulnerable on the first frame
    • Trades vertical range for slightly more horizontal range
    • Has a hitbox behind Big Band
    • Anti air hitbox occurs during vulnerable frames
  • Sg hp.png
    • Fully invulnerable on the first frame
    • Has one additional hit before the shakes that hits near the ground, but the first hit is shorter than M
    • Most damaging
    • Anti air hitbox occurs during vulnerable frames
  • Assist properties
    • L version has 1 additional frames of vulnerability (5f total)
    • M version has 2 additional frames of vulnerability (5f total)
    • H version has 0 additional frames of vulnerability - it only has the vulnerable 3f that every assist has.
    • If it hits two characters, the assist will be released 12f before the point.
    • Blockstun on L decreased by 5f, M and H by 7f.


SG big bfp.png
SG big bfp hb.png
"Gimme a hit!"
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
Brass Knuckles [ 4.gif ] , 6.gif + Sg p.png
Sg lp.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid - 900 (100) (2.5%) 4.5% +5 or KD (vs air) -6
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
16 3 28 35 or 21 (vs air) 24 11 N/A
Sg mp.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Armor (2 hits) 1300 (175) (2.5%) 4.5% KD -16
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
20 5 36 21 24 14 (12 on block) N/A
Sg hp.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Armor (2 hits) 1750 (250) (2.5%) 4.5% Sliding KD -25
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
24 7 48 25 29 17 (14 on block) N/A


  • Big Band's signature straight rush punch goes further, is slower, and hits harder with increasing button strength.
  • While it is the safest version on block, LP Brass Knuckles is the only version that has no armor and can't cause a knockdown.
    • At maximum range, it's completely safe on block (excepting alpha counters). Not many moves can even punish -6, not to mention close the distance in that time.
    • Slightly inside maximum range, it can be punished by moves like SSJ, Band level 3, Band level 5, and Cerebella's 360.
    • It's difficult to hitconfirm cancel into Super Sonic Jazz on reaction, but it's plus enough on hit to link into it afterwards (3 frame link). This may not be possible at maximum spacing, though.
  • The MP and HP versions have armor, a knockdown and a slide on hit respectively, and appropriate block disadvantage.
  • When close enough to the corner, the MP version can be comboed into an OTG normal, such as 2MP.
    • Otherwise, you can only convert by canceling into super. Both M and H Brass Knuckles can be hitconfirm canceled into Super Sonic Jazz on reaction.
    • If your super won't kill or lead to a combo, it may be preferable to take the HP version's untechable knockdown for okizeme.
  • Assist properties
    • M and H versions apply an extra 87.5% damage scaling.
    • All versions' hitstun and blockstun are 25f.


SG big bfk.png
SG big bfk hb.png
"Hit me!"
Toggle Hitboxes
Toggle Hitboxes
Take the 'A' Train [ 4.gif ], 6.gif + Sg k.png
Sg lk.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Command Grab 50% Damage Scaling 0, 350, 1000 (2.5%) 4%, 3%, 10% Sliding KD N/A
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
18 1 33 N/A N/A N/A N/A
Sg mk.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Anti-Air Grab Armor (2 hits),
50% Damage Scaling
0, 350, 450, 1000 (100) (2.5%) 3%, 14% x2 Sliding KD -14
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
17 2 34 N/A 21 11 N/A
Sg hk.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Anti-Air Grab Armor (3 hits),
50% Damage Scaling
0, 350, 450, 500, 1000 (100) (2.5%) 4%, 3% x3, 10% Sliding KD -14
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
21 2 34 N/A 21 11 N/A


  • Instead of a simple punch, Big Band attempts to grab the opponent with this rushing attack, either directly in front of him or an upwards angle.
  • Sg lk.png
    • A true command grab that moves forward very slightly and grabs directly in front of Big Band. Much slower than his normal throw, but has better range, is untechable, and can be performed as a cancel out of normals.
  • Sg mk.png
    • Moves forward and grabs above Big Band at an upwards angle. Big Band's forward momentum will track to grab even very close opponents.
  • Sg hk.png
    • Moves the furthest and grabs at the same angle as the MK version. Has no tracking, which effectively creates a deadzone. If the opponent is too close, Big Band will travel underneath them and whiff.
  • In the corner, the LK version can be converted into a combo with an OTG normal like 2MP. The MK and HK versions move Big Band too far back for this to be possible, so the only conversion option is to super cancel.
  • The MK and HK versions are unblockable by a rising airborne opponent, but blockable on the way down.
  • Often performed in neutral off of a read that Big Band's opponent is going to jump.
  • 5HK, HK 'A' Train is a very common combo ender that allows for okizeme if OTG has not been spent, or a super cancel for more damage.
  • Ending a block string with either an LK grab, an MK grab, or a Brass Knuckles can force the defending player to guess against Big Band as he winds up one of 3 visually similar attacks.


SG big ebrake.png
Emergency Break During Brass Knuckles: Sg k.png or
During M or H Take the 'A' Train: Sg p.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
N/A - N/A 0% N/A N/A
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
N/A N/A 19 N/A N/A N/A N/A


  • Any Sg k.png input during a Brass Knuckles or any Sg p.png input during an M or H Take the 'A' Train will cause Big Band to stop his charge with a brief recovery animation. This can be used to fake out the defending player or move an armored Big Band around without committing to the attack.
  • Hold the respective P or K button while inputting Brass or A-Train to get the fastest possible E-Break. This trick doesn't work with holding the LK button, though.
  • Big Band loses the armor from either Brass Knuckles' or Take the 'A' Train during the entire animation of this move.
  • The 'A' Train version is faster than the Brass version, so it can be useful for making things safer on block (eg. 5HP) or converting from some moves (eg. ground throw).
    • The H 'A' Train version travels the furthest, so it's the most useful for movement and conversions. Repeated H 'A' Train e-breaks are Band's fastest way of getting across the screen.
    • The M version may be better for making things safe, since it keeps you slightly further away from the opponent.
  • Commonly abbreviated as "E-Break", or "ebrake".


The first frame data graph shows the move done from the earliest possible frame of Brass. The second is A-Train. They were executed via holding a button for E-Break, then executing the move.



SG big qcbk.png
SG big qcbk hb.png
"Impression"
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Giant Step Sg 214.png + Sg k.png
Sg lk.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
High Sound Stun 650 (100) (2.5%) 4.5% +14 or -4 or KD (vs air) -10
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
18 2 31 28 18 28 or 10 (14 on block) N/A
Sg mk.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
High Sound Stun 800 (100) (2.5%) 4.5% +17 or -2 or KD (vs air) -14
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
20 2 34 33 18 30 or 11 (14 on block) N/A
Sg hk.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
High Sound Stun 950 (100) (2.5%) 4.5% KD -22
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
22 4 35 20 or 2 (Shockwave) 18 30 or 12 (10 on block) N/A


  • Big Band stomps the ground and attacks with an oversized kick drum pedal that hits overhead.
    • Although the HK version and its "earthquake" consume Sound Stun, the attack has the same properties without it.
  • Sg lk.png
    • Pulls the opponent closer to Big Band on hit.
  • Sg mk.png
    • Pulls the opponent even closer to Big Band and gives him slightly more time to link his normals.
  • Sg hk.png
    • Knocks the opponent down and closer towards Big Band if the kick pedal hits, otherwise creates a fullscreen unblockable '"earthquake" effect that causes an identical knockdown.
    • The earthquake deals no damage and cannot hit an opponent during a jump, pre-jump frames, hit stun, or block stun. It's a projectile that only hits if you're "standing". Even things that look standing but are truly considered airborne or not standing will be ignored. There's also a special exception where Bella can't reflect it.
    • Has the ability to destroy Robo-Fortune's mines anywhere on the screen, even when she is in the air.
    • The earthquake can be armored through like a normal hit (eg. with Bella's Tumbling Run)
    • Does not generate an earthquake if the drum pedal hits an enemy assist, Ms. Fortune head, or Lonesome Lenny.
    • If the opponent is hit fullscreen by the earthquake, Big Band can convert with H Brass Knuckles into super.
SG big jqcbk.png
SG big jqcbk hb.png
"Riot!"
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Cymbal Clash (Air Only) Sg 214.png + Sg k.png
Sg lk.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Sound Stun 700 (100) (2.5%) 7.5% KD (Sound Stun),
Soft KD (Invuln.)
-4
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
20 2 24 18 21 40 (10 on block) N/A
Sg mk.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Sound Stun 400, 500 (100, 100) (2.5%) 4.5% x2 KD (Sound Stun),
Soft KD (Invuln.)
-1
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
22 2 x2 25 18, 19 21, 22 5, 40 (5, 10 on block) N/A
Sg hk.png Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Sound Stun 350, 400, 450 (100, 100, 100) (2.5%) 3% x3 KD (Sound Stun),
Soft KD (Invuln.)
-1
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
24 2 x3 28 18 x2, 19 21 x2, 22 5 x2, 42 (5 x2, 10 on block) N/A


  • Big Band extends long, thin arms to clap cymbals together. This attack's start up shifts his jump momentum so he floats slightly up and backwards. The large, disjointed hit box allows Big Band to space his opponent in the while in the air.
  • On hit, the Sound Stun gives a full knockdown and relatively easy follow up combo to Take the 'A' Train once Big Band lands. Without Sound Stun, the opponent becomes invulnerable for the knockdown and can use an immediate Ground Recovery.
  • The M and H versions have a significantly stronger knock-up than the L version, causing the opponent to touch the ground later.


SG big parry.png
"Uh-huh."
Noise Cancel
Parry
6.gif / 2.gif immediately before getting hit
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
N/A - N/A N/A N/A N/A
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A


  • Big Band uses a high hat cymbal to parry incoming attacks, allowing him to riposte with an attack afterwards.
  • On the ground, a high (→) Noise Cancel input will parry any incoming high or mid attack and low (↓) will parry low attacks.
    • In the air, high (→) parries any attack.
  • Throws and hitgrabs can never get parried.
  • Big Band can never parry both directions at the same time, but assist attacks can be parried either direction.
  • Upon a successful Noise Cancel, Big Band takes 75% of the incoming attack's block damage as recoverable damage, and cannot die from damage taken during parry.
  • The parried attack's hit stop and stun get replaced with a standardized 27f parry stop animation (29f for supers).
    • The parry stop can cancel to another Noise Cancel immediately or cancel to an attack or block after 12f (14f for supers).
      • Parrying a sequence of combo hits increases the active window for Noise Cancels by 2f and allows both high and low inputs to parry any incoming attack.
  • Big Band gains 41.667% of parried move as meter and 1% flat for parrying multihitting moves and projectiles(with some exceptions).
  • Parrying projectiles will move Big Band forward while carrying over forward momentum. This effect is lessened if the projectile was created from a super.
  • The recovery of a successful parry is dash cancelable (after the hitstop)
  • Technical details
    • Tapping and holding the direction input gives a 13f window to Noise Cancel an incoming attack, while tapping the direction and returning to neutral increases the window to 17f.
    • Any Noise Cancel input triggers a 30f cooldown for that parry input.
    • Alternating high and low inputs will cancel the active window for the first input as the second input becomes active. Any other inputs simply close the window for a Noise Cancel.
    • "Inputting a ↓ parry during the cooldown from an → parry, or a → parry during the cooldown of a ↓ parry, resets the cooldown of the opposite parry. In other words, → parry -> ↓ parry = both recover at the same time, instead of → recovering earlier. Fixes →,↓,→,↓,→,↓… against projectiles. "
    • " Time before joystick must be released or parry is invalid 7f→12f. "
    • "Pressing other directions during a successful parry animation will not invalidate any existing parry inputs. "
  • TODO: information about the training mode parry display


Supers

SG big qcfpp.png
SG big qcfpp hb.png
"Ooohhh horn crush!"
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Super-Sonic Jazz
Level 1
Sg 236.png + Sg p.png + Sg p.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Armor (1 hit),
Invuln. (Throw) (Frames 1-2),
Invuln. (Full) (Frame 3 until active)
600 x3, 2300 (100 x3, 300) -100% KD -27
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
2 + 6 7, 5, 6, 4 47 35 x3, 20 23 x4 8 x3, 13 7


  • With 2 frames of armored and throw invulnerable pre-flash startup, and enough hitstop to cover the rest of the invulnerable startup, this is one of the most feared reversals in the game. After the startup, this move is still covered with one hit of armor as Big Band charges forward. Use this move to get out of almost any mixup situation and to end combos.
  • The final hit sends the opponent backwards, so a conversion is only possible with more meter (H Giant Step, Super Sonic Jazz/Strike Up The Band) or a specific assist like Painwheel's H Pinion Dash.
  • Commonly abbreviated to "SSJ".


SG big qcfpp charge.png
SG big qcfpp charge hb.png
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TUBA TUBA!
Taunted Level 1
After Taunt,
Sg 236.png + Sg p.png + Sg p.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Armor (15 hits),
Invuln. (Throw) (Frames 1-2),
Invuln. (Full) (Frame 3, startup only)
600 x4, 475 x12, 1600 (100 x3, 33x12, 200) -100% KD -33
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
2 + 6 7, 5, 6, 4, (11), 4 x11, 4, (24), 5 52 35 x16, 25 23 x3, 20 x21, 23 8 x4, 5 x12, 28 (8 x3, 8 x4, 5 x12, 28 on block) 7


  • After charging up a taunt, Big Band's Super Sonic Jazz charge has more hits of armor and adds the TUBA TUBA! attack after the 4th hit. Not only do these punches deal additional damage, they sends the opponent into a knockdown directly in front of Big Band for an easier DHC.
  • No 4th hit on block.
  • Immediately transitions to TUBA TUBA if Super Sonic Jazz whiffs.
  • Holding a Sg p.png button will not consume the taunt, and will perform just Super-Sonic Jazz instead.


SG big jqcfkk.png
SG big jqcfkk hb.png
"You're gonna get beat!"
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Tympany Drive
Level 1
(Air Only) Sg 236.png + Sg k.png + Sg k.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Invuln. (Full) (startup only) 275 x15, 1200 (50 x16) -100% KD -10
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
8 + 7 8 x2, 4, (4), 8 x4, 4, (4), 8 x4, 4, (4), 8 x2, 4 30 27 x15, 35 30 x15, 23 2 x15, 8 (6 x15, 8 on block) 8


  • Big Band beats a set of timpani drums, hitting below and around himself as he hovers. Holding a direction during the attack will control Big Band's hover, which lets him follow the opponent through the air and connect with all 16 hits. The opponent lands from the final hit's knockdown before Big Band lands, so he can continue a combo after the Tympany Drive if he's in range to OTG with an air normal on the way down.
  • If any hit from this attacks is blocked, Big Band cannot block or perform any action on the way down.
  • The first active frame is vulnerable. This will cause proper meaties to trade, often in Big Band's favor


SG big jqcfkk charge.png
SG big jqcfkk hb.png
"You're in trouble now!"
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Death Toll
Taunted Level 1
After Taunt,
(Air Only) Sg 236.png + Sg k.png + Sg k.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
High Invuln. (Full) (startup only),
No Scaling (last two hits),
Hit Grab (last hit),
Sound Stun
275 x15, 0, 250, 1400, 0 (50 x 16) -100% KD (Sound Stun),
Soft KD (Invuln.)
-2
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
8 + 7 8 x2, 4, (4), 8 x4, 4, (4), 8 x4, 4, (4), 8 x2, 4 30 27 x15, N/A 30 x15, 23 2 x15, N/A (6 x15, 8 on block) 8


  • When powered up with a taunt, the 16th hit of Tympany Drive becomes a hit grab. The additional Death Toll resembles Big Band's regular air throw and deals damage free from any damage scaling effects. * With Sound Stun, Big Band lands first and can continue the combo on the falling opponent.
    • Without Sound Stun, the opponent becomes invulnerable for the knockdown and can use an immediate Ground Recovery.
  • Holding a Sg k.png button at the end will not consume the taunt.


SG big qcbpp.png
SG big qcbpp hb.png
"Join the big band!"
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Strike Up the Band
Level 3
Sg 214.png + Sg p.png + Sg p.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Invuln. (Full),
45% Minimum Scaling,
Projectile
550 x7, 110 x84 (100 x7, 33x84) -300% KD -76
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
4 + 3 5, (1), 5, (1), 5, (1), 5, (1), 5, (1), 5, (1), 5 87 35 x6, 20 x85 19 x6, 23, (23 x84) 2 x6, 20 (2 x6, 10, 8 x84 on block) 7


  • Big Band sends a wave of podiums across the ground. Upon a 7th successful hit, the podiums knock the opponent upwards to get bombarded by trumpet mute missiles.
  • Because the bulk of the damage is dealt by the missiles, it's best to use this away from the corner so that more podiums are spawned which spawns more missiles.
    • Does much more damage to Big Band in any scenario, due to his large hurtbox.
  • The full attack will only trigger after a successful 7th hit, damage shows complete attack, frame data shows attack on whiff or block.


SG big lvl5.png
SG big qcfpp charge hb.png
"TUBA TUBA TUBA TUBA TUBA TUBA TUBA TUBA"
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Satchmo Solo /
Satchmo Death Blow

Level 5
Sg lp.png , 2.gif + Sg lk.png , Sg lp.png , Sg lp.png + Sg mp.png ,
Sg 236.png + Sg p.png + Sg p.png
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
Mid Invuln. (Full),
Hyper Armor,
Sweep,
55% Minimum Scaling
400 x20, 4500 (33x20, 200) -500% Wall Bounce -21
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
1 or 2 + 0 4 x20, (24), 5 6 or 50 35 x20, 25 23 x21 2 x20, 30 1


  • After hitting 5MP, Big Band can play the first notes of the Skullgirls title theme. This just so happens to be the command for a level 5 super, triggering an extended super freeze while Big Band's meter gauge drains from 5 full levels to 0. With the opponent fully frozen, Big Band can play additional trumpet notes with impunity. The notes do no additional damage.
    • A faster button combination that still allows you to enter Satchmo Solo is 5LP 2LK 2LP 2MP.
  • Inputting via trumpet decreases the startup from 2 to 1 frame.
  • Choosing to not inputting Sg 236.png + Sg p.png + Sg p.png during the extended super freeze will put Big Band in a brief and invulnerable recovery.
  • Satchmo Deathblow ignores armor.
  • If the opponent was blocking during the flash, an orange '!!' icon appears above Big Band (the same icon used when a player gets hit low).
  • Skullgirls Tuestorials 08 - Big Band's Level 5


The second frame data graph shows the move when the 236PP follow up is not performed, leaving Big Band +1


Taunt

SG big taunt.png
Bagpipe Blues 6.gif , Sg hp.png , Sg mp.png , Sg lp.png , 6.gif
Guard Properties Damage Meter On Hit On Block On Pushblock
N/A - N/A 0% N/A N/A
Startup Active Recovery Hit Stun Block Stun Hit Stop Super Hit Stop
N/A N/A 110 N/A N/A N/A N/A


  • Successfully taunting will trigger a visual effect over Big Band similar to the Sound Stun hit effect, signaling his next Super-Sonic Jazz or Tympany Drive super will use the stored taunt. The upgraded versions of these supers have a follow up attack and additional damage.
    • Holding the respective button while inputting the super will not consume the charge.
    • A charged super cannot be done in the same combo Big Band gains a taunt boost.
  • Big Band doesn't get the boost if he is interrupted from his taunt before the visual effect.
  • Holding the input will continue to play Bagpipe Blues for no additional benefits.


Colors

SG big color1.png SG big color2.png SG big color3.png SG big color4.png SG big color5.png
Color 1
SGColor1.png
Default color palette.
Color 2
SGColor2.png
Based on Karl Kolchak from Karl Kolchak: The Night Stalker.
Color 3
SGColor3.png
Based on Q's MK palette from Street Fighter 3: Third Strike.
Color 4
SGColor4.png
Based on Michael Jackson’s costume in the Smooth Criminal music video.
Color 5
SGColor5.png
Original alternate color palette.

SG big color6.png SG big color7.png SG big color8.png SG big color9.png SG big color10.png
Color 6
SGColor6.png
Based on Big Zam from Mobile Suit Gundam.
Color 7
SGColor7.png
Original color palette based on the sepia tones often associated with film noir.
Color 8
SGColor8.png
Based on Dick Tracy.
Color 9
SGColor9.png
Based on Sturm from Advance Wars.
Color 10
SGColor10.png
Based on Nonon Jakuzure's Symphony Regalia Grave uniform from Kill la Kill.

SG big color11.png SG big color12.png SG big color13.png SG big color14.png SG big color15.png
Color 11
SGColor11.png
Original color palette based on the Famicom.
Color 12
SGColor12.png
Original color palette based on the Mega Drive.
Color 13
SGColor13.png
Based on The Question.
Color 14
SGColor14.png
Based on King Dedede from the Kirby series.
Color 15
SGColor15.png
Original alternate color palette.

SG big color16.png SG big color17.png SG big color18.png SG big color19.png SG big color20.png
Color 16
SGColor16.png
Based on Robocop from the original 1987 movie.
Color 17
SGColor17.png
Based on Big the Cat from the Sonic series.
Color 18
SGColor18.png
Based on Gato from Chrono Trigger.
Color 19
SGColor19.png
Based on the namesake mecha from Big O.
Color 20
SGColor20.png
Original alternate color palette.

SG big color21.png SG big color22.png SG big color23.png SG big color24.png SG big color25.png
Color 21
SGColor21.png
Original alternate color palette.
Color 22
SGColor22.png
Based on Negaduck from Darkwing Duck.
Color 23
SGColor23.png
Based on Metal Flotsam from Dark Cloud 2. Crowdfunding request.
Color 24
SGColor24.png
Based on Captain Spaceman from Spaceman: Unarmed and Ready to Launch.
Color 25
SGColor25.png
Based on Robo-Ky from Guilty Gear XX.

SG big color26.png Band 27.png SG big color28.png
Color 26
SGColor26.png
Based on Jotaro Kujo from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
(Unlocked by finishing 26 matches with Satchmo Death Blow)
Color 27
SGColor27.png
Based on Potemkin from Guilty Gear Xrd.
Color 28
SGColor28.png
Original color palette based on the Super NES.



Intro Poses

Big Band has 4 different intro poses that can be selected by holding a button or combination of buttons during the loading screen before a match.

SG intropose bigL.jpg Intro pose 1:
Hold
Sg lp.png OR Sg lk.png
Big Band walks into the screen with a magnifying glass.
Eugh!
SG intropose bigM.jpg Intro pose 2:
Hold
Sg mp.png OR Sg mk.png
Big Band enters the screen using rocket power.
One truth... prevails...
I'm all there is of the most real.
You will be prosecuted to the full extent of the jam.
When the word of law falls, pick it up and hold it higher.
SG intropose bigH.jpg Intro pose 3:
Hold
Sg hp.png OR Sg hk.png
Big Band plays a tune on his saxophone before facing the opponent.
(Same voicelines as Pose 2.)
SG intropose bigLM.jpg Intro pose 4:
Hold a combination of two strengths at the same time.

eg. Sg lp.png + Sg mp.png
Big Band drops from the ceiling and lands with a loud thunk sound.
HRRRNNH!

Win Poses

SG pose big 1.png Winpose 1:
Hold
Sg p.png
SG pose big 2.png Winpose 2:
Hold
Sg k.png

Trumpet

Note Input
Play in higher octave 8.gif
Play in lower octave 2.gif
C Sg hp.png
C# / D♭ Sg lp.png + Sg mp.png + Sg hp.png
D Sg lp.png + Sg hp.png
D# / E♭ Sg mp.png + Sg hp.png
E Sg lp.png + Sg mp.png
F Sg lp.png
F# / G♭ Sg mp.png
G Sg hk.png
G# / A♭ Sg mk.png + Sg hk.png
A Sg lk.png + Sg mk.png
A# / B♭ Sg lk.png
B Sg mk.png

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