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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by trumpetcat72, Mar 16, 2013.
Most receivers are bored straight to a shoulder for the lead pipe to butt up against, then bored from the other end at a taper to receive the mouthpiece. If mouthpieces are too loose and the mouthpiece hits the end of the lead pipe (i.e. zero gap) I have a tool to go into the receiver and gently cut away the end of the lead pipe until the appropriate gap is achieved. This is my preferred fix. Another option is to unsolder the receiver and brace and either install a new receiver or set the old one off the end of the lead pipe, but this messes up the finish.
and thank you for your good advice
Hi and thanks , had the leadpipe fixed and is working very well. Thanks for the good advice everybody.
Hi had my trumpet lead pipe fixed and it works very vell, thanks for your good advice.
Hi and thanks for the good advice had the trumpet leadpipe repair and is working very well .
Hi and thanks for your good advice had the trumpet leadpipe repaired and it is working very well .