I'm a very patient trumpeter. Through the past year I've patiently developed my range to a solid Eb above high C. I can squeel the heck out of any note up to a double C. keyword: squeel. With the end of the semester approaching, my squeel won't be enough. I need to own a high G by may. (panic now!!!). actually, I'm not too worried. I've been progressing pretty solidly, but I was wondering what the thoughts of the trumpet world might be to help me. Right now, I spend time leadpipe buzzing, and playing up there a lot (still a squeel). the practice room just doesn't translate over to the bandstand the way I want it to. also, I when I make my attempts up high, not only doesn't the sound come out the way I want it to, but I start to shift into unconsciousness. It's frustrating. I have the notes. They're just not fat.