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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by GregMTM, Jan 9, 2013.
I'll use about anything but the Committee. It's more of a function of mpc for me anyway.
Olds Recording... Because it's classy, and has the brassy sound that is deserving of classical music.
@Sounds7. I use my Shew 8310 with a Marcinkewicz Shew No.2 for lead and the New York Xeno with a Bach 1 1/2C when sitting in an Orchestra. Totally different sounds. I can't generate the sounds that I want in different playing scenarios with the same gear. I also can't catch marlin with a fly rod!!!
Touche, the recording is a great classical horn and blends in well. For Jazz, its the Silver Flair all day long....
The Martin Committee ALL NIGHT long... 'cause it IS the DARKER horn!
yeah, like Lionel Richie song says - All NIGHT LONG --
I have one olds recording that sounds really good on the classical stuff, I have also used the Calicchio on classical with a deeper mouthpiece. The Courtois is my favorite though.
Another Great Video, Thanks Greg.
I mainly use the Bach Strad 37 L bore with the Asymmetric Opera mpc and change to the Asymmetric 342M Lead for high solos with the Big Band and Concert band. The horns make a difference, but not as much as the mpc IMO. I tend to rely on the Bach for a consistent sound in a serious setting, but happy to swap horns around weekly for regular practice, and will bring 2 horns to a gig JIC. For Big Band, I like to put in a Bent Bell for the attention