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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Flugellover, Sep 13, 2012.
I do my first buzzes of the day on a euphonium mouthpiece
Yes, I've played a Kelly screamer ... but I didn't enjoy it. I got it for nothing, and sold it for $10.00.
Assessment and evaluation: some can use it well, and some can't. For me, it cut out my second line G and all but messed up a G#. and the second space A.. It's intent, by its name is to reach into the altissimo. For me, it did , but I still find in easier and more comfortable to play such now on my Shilke P5-4 if I've the need for me to be up there, which isn't very often.
"Capitalist SWINE taking advantage of a poor naive, unsuspecting trumpet player!" Wait a minute! You could be my mayor!!!
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Just kiddin. Hope yer feeling better Ed. Good luck w/everything!
I just had a laugh out loud moment!!! Funny stuff gmonady! Funny stuff!
Anybody know what firearm actually had a bell (flare of the barrel)? I certainly wouldn't want one of them to be overloaded with gunpowder, actually not any firearm. Safety first! I too laughed at Gmonady's comment. Betcha he didn't load his Getzen Eterna or Martin Commitee with gunpowder to launch a mouthpiece.
Known as a Blunderbuss, I had one years ago when I collected firearms, made in the Middle East, Flintlock approx 24" long overall, bore 5/8", flare 2 1/2" dia, a lot of smoke and noise and not very accurate.
So.....we get a Bundy and name it a Bundybuss and use it to launch mouthpieces?
I was under the impression that the reduced volume of the cup also made it easier to get a faster airspeed -- is this correct?
"Depends" on who you talk to. That maybe true. There are some folks that don't believe in "faster" air. I just speak from what I've observed personally and seen in others. Some makers designs "claim" to give you extra notes due to the support they give you in certain places on your lips. I don't have practical experience with these pieces because I don't have the hundreds of dollars that some of these cost to fool around with them. But, in my experience, I can see where there is legitimacy in these claims. From what I remember reading, reduced volume equals reduced turbulence/resistance so I can easily make the jump to "faster" air. If what I read about Maynard is accurate (who knows?), shallow v-cups with no bite and a huge throat is what he preferred. Did it give him faster air? Whatever it gave him, we like it!!!
I have a kelly screamer and i don't like it. the lexan plastic has phenominal grip, such that if your embouchure is wrong even only slightly, you'll never get it into the right place without repositioning the mp. range isn't improved for me by this mouthpiece. I think get a decent screamer mouthpiece, the kelly feels like a really wide small rim with not much bite, but too much grip. they really are a waste of money, but thankfully theyre cheap so if you really want to try one you may as well go ahead.