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Discussion in 'Mouthpieces / Mutes / Other' started by romey1, Dec 26, 2003.
That Curry TF piece is one of the coolest pieces ever made. I recommend everyone getting one and checking out. I use it all the TIME when I get "THE HAND" from the conductor or when I need to take all the edge off my sound.
Alot of good stuff has been written regarding these pieces. For church gigs, I'll bring a flugel and cornet... along with my B flat tpt. How does the TF sound compare... in comparison to cornet and flugel timbre?
Thanks . ~Steve Hyde~
Thanks for the insight, romey..... I just ordered one. I do alot of wedding reception/corporate stuff... with about 1/2 hour of mellow stuff at the beginning of the gig. Looking forward to checking out the TF.
I know this is a little late, but, five services ? My hat's off to you. I did three counting the midnight mass and thought that was enough. Way to go.
I'm probably just horrible at searching for things on the net, which i am, but I cant find this mouthpiece anywhere, what store did you order it from?
The TF is a real nice piece! Try www.mouthpieceexpress.com or do a seach for Mark Curry on Google and check out his website
It sounds like the Curry TF is like the Reeves C2J in regard to the cup and overall length.
I do not have a Curry TF , but the C2J I have, has a trum/flug cup and is shorter than a reg. trumpet piece. to make it play in-tune.
Here's Curry's TF link:
Here's link to Reeves C2J:
Mark Curry is an excellent mouthpiece maker and trumpet player.
Did you know he played lead trumpet for Woody Herman and Ray Charles before he started making mouthpieces? used a Benge 6x