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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by TrumpetScreamer, Jul 12, 2008.
It ain't my day today Rowuk, you are 100% right, I now see exactly what you're talking about.
Too much pressure is when you use brute arm force instead of embouchure and air compression to hit any note .
Too much pressure is when you use bute arm force instead of embouchure and air compression to hit any note .
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I find if I am playing a larger diameter piece and use to much pressure that it is my bottom lip that get hurt....