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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by Tang705, Jul 25, 2008.
Can some one explain??
It is when your acidic hands eat through the plating / lacquer (what ever finish) on your horn and then starts eating at the brass in some cases causing pitting.
correct horn maintenance goes a long ways for preventing pitting. I always wipe my horn down after playing, especially if it was hot and I was sweating more than normal.
Ah, the power of the google!
Pitting corrosion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As far as trumpets go, think of it a acne anywhere you touch the trumpet. Keep the horn clean and wiped down if you want it to last!