"Fluid" Chops

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by RUFocused, Jun 17, 2009.

  1. Al Innella

    Al Innella Forte User

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    Stick with one mouthpiece and learn how to control your timbre ,too many players on this site use too many different mouthpieces for each type of performance , one for classical , another for big band, one for low notes ,one for high notes, dark sound, bright sound middle notes, etc. where does it end? If you must dramatically change your sound look into a mouthpiece with screw rims and or back-bores so you can keep the same rim while changing the under parts to alter your tone.
     
  2. Pseudonym

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    Hahaha, when I said 7-13, I had meant pairs of shoes - not feet or individual shoes. ROFL
     
  3. RUFocused

    RUFocused Pianissimo User

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    Well, yeah, Not thinking of using his idea. but the guy really seemed to believe what he was gabbing about. I was just wondering if it was something that you guys have run into.

    Cheers
    Jason
     

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