What was Wynyon's Equipment on Classic Wynton

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  1. Bach 1 1/4C Man

    Bach 1 1/4C Man Pianissimo User

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    well on the cover and pictuers he is holding is monette RAJA
     
  2. trickg

    trickg Utimate User

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    Which cover to which album? On the "Baroque Music for Trumept and Orchestra" album he's holding what appears to be a Schilke Pic.
     
  3. trumpetpimp

    trumpetpimp Piano User

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    Classic Wynton is a compilation CD from several of his classical CD's.

    He used several different sets of equipment on several recording dates. As far as I know he uses a Schilke P5-4 for his Baroque stuff, a Schilke E3-L with a Bach C bell for the Haydn, and a customized decorated Monette Raja for his Bb. I don't think he started using the 993 until he started touring with Lincoln Center but I could be wrong. I remember seeing a picture of him recording Carnaval with Eastan and the cornet he was holding was a traditional English style, not the new Monette style. I know he uses a Monette B2 for his Bb but I'm not sure about his other horns.
     
  4. CJDJazzTpt

    CJDJazzTpt Pianissimo User

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    Dave Monette also let Wynton use a 'prototype' Eb trumpet on one of his recordings. And Wynton has a special-made Decorated C Cornet to use instead of a C Trumpet that is a Monette of course. He uses the Schilke picc.
     
  5. sublmbadfish

    sublmbadfish Pianissimo User

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    I think that before he used monette he use shilkie
     

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