Roundest mouth piece available??

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  1. ca5tr0

    ca5tr0 New Friend

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    I really need help with this...
    I am a trumpet player in college and I have not found a mouthpiece ideal for me. I have tried 8 different mouthpieces and I am really tired of buying them. I need a mouthpiece with a shallow cup, big backbore, the most possible roundness available, and a rim that is not too thin. If it doesn't meet the big backbore quality, it's okay, I can always bore it out as I have done with my current mouth piece.
    I currently play on a Schilke 14a4 that has been bored out once. It is way too flat for my taste and it causes me to wear out easily because it is uncomfortable.
    I need suggestions on mouth pieces that are VERY ROUND and not TOO DEEP. Something with an A or B cup. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. The Weez

    The Weez Piano User

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    I'm not sure what "very round" means. Are you talking about the cross section of the rim?

    With those requirements it sounds like you need to check out multi-piece mouthpieces like Warburton. I'm not familiar with their specific offerings, but outside of a custom job I'm sure you've found that a shallow cup with a big throat/backbore is not common.

    Speaking if custom jobs, why not give Mark Curry or the like a call?
     
  3. kingtrumpet

    kingtrumpet Utimate User

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    might be worth checking out Asymmetrics
    The New Asymmetric Trumpet Mouthpiece
    anyways - John Lynch has pictures up to show the rim size - and schematics to show the design criteria (Lead 342 is real shallow)
    can't hurt to look at a website - can it?
     
  4. Sol

    Sol Pianissimo User

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    You could try a Stork Vacchiano model. The rims are very rounded, but IMHO, are on the thin side as well.
     
  5. nieuwguyski

    nieuwguyski Forte User

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    Jet-Tone MF Personal. If anything, there won't be enough "cup" for you, but it has all the other elements you want.
     

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