Warburton mp question

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by bach2112, Jul 16, 2012.

  1. bach2112

    bach2112 New Friend

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    I am currently using the 4mc with a kt backbore. I like my sound on it. It fills up the room with a big sound. But i notice when i get up into the G and A area (above high c) my sound is still big and full but i feel like i am blowing into a paper towel roll. I think that a different backbore might solve my problem; a smaller one. What backbore(s) should i try that my add a little bit more resistance up there, than my kt backore? Or should i try a different cup style?

    Thank you. :play:
     
  2. D.C. Al fine

    D.C. Al fine Banned

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    What you should do is call the experts at Warburton.
     
  3. bach2112

    bach2112 New Friend

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    Wow. why didn't i think of that? haha! thank you very much, i will do that.
     
  4. D.C. Al fine

    D.C. Al fine Banned

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    Good idea, dont know where you got it from but a good one comes along every now and then. ;-)
     
  5. smokin valves

    smokin valves Pianissimo User

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    The people at warburton will know what to do, though I can't help but think that what you are trying to do is similar to what the likes of Maynard spent their lives demonstrating... Getting high notes easily and with good tone is next to impossible.
     

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