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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by NFS_87, Dec 10, 2013.
The lad in our local music shop said they did not have any High Note Grease in stock and did not know when they would be getting any, ( I think he is a drummer ).
Played it twice, no reference to what sort of mouthpiece he's using. Disappointing omission.
I ran into the same problem, I think the guy I spoke with was a sax player. I figured everyone could use the recipe while this shortage of comercially avaliable High Note Grease is being addressed.
It's all in the grease. We're even just assuming he was using a mouthpiece!
Maybe he wasn't? After all, isn't your lead pipe just an extremely small mouthpiece? Because everyone knows a smaller mouthpiece = high notes right?
- did you see the video of Arturo playing the trumpet with no mouthpiece?!
Do I dare ask one of my instrument vendors for "high note grease"? I do presume if one answers as has been put here, I wouldn't want to do business there.
High notes are an option one must specify when ordering a horn. I thought everyone knew that........
Is that what the High Note Grease is for then, to keep the horn's High Note Mechanism functional? This is all beginning to make sense.