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    Helseth's mouthpiece

    Hey everybody, I've been starting to listen to Tine Thing Helseth, and I'm curious about what mouthpiece (or mouthpieces) that she uses...
    Does anybody know?
    Thanks!
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    Re: Helseth's mouthpiece

    Whatever it is, it ain't the mouthpiece.

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    Re: Helseth's mouthpiece

    According to this,
    A bach 1.25c
    Player/horn combinations
    Very unusual mouthpiece
    Bb: Courtois 305 "Elite", Holton Al Hirt Special (~1966), Benge 3x with Upturned bell (1973)
    C: Bach C180-239 (Akwright conversion),
    Cornet: Conn Wonder (1900)
    Picc: Selmer Paris, ~1971

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    Re: Helseth's mouthpiece

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Kennedy View Post
    Whatever it is, it ain't the mouthpiece.
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    Re: Helseth's mouthpiece

    I'm not saying that her sound is because of her mouthpiece, I'm just curious what equipment she uses. In the video I watched of her, it looked like she was playing a Yamaha Xeno. I was just wondering (purely curiosity) what mouthpiece she uses!
    From what I've seen/heard, she is a fantastic trumpet player and is also quite unfairly under-rated.
    Also, thanks bagmangood for the info!
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    Re: Helseth's mouthpiece

    It makes a difference if you have her hair, teeth, tongue, lungs, abs, diaphragm and body use. Keep looking.........................

    Tine is not underrated in circles that understand music. Her career is coming along quite nicely. Her CD sales too.

    I too have heard about the 1 1/4C. I appreciate her hair, teeth, tongue, lungs, abs, diaphragm and body use more.....................
    Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again.

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    Re: Helseth's mouthpiece

    Quote Originally Posted by rowuk View Post
    .... I appreciate her hair, teeth, tongue, lungs, abs, diaphragm and body use more.....................
    Hmmmm .... not gunna be able to meet THAT criteria - better start with the mouthpiece, what was it again? Sorry, distracted by ROWUK anatomy lesson. (Hee! Hee! ).
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    Re: Helseth's mouthpiece

    Mouthpiece? She uses a mouthpiece? I guess I hadn't noticed.
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    Re: Helseth's mouthpiece

    Once again, this was just a question from curiosity! I just started listening to some of her stuff and I wanted to know. I'm not saying her ability comes from anything besides her, just wanted to know, and now I do! Thanks all!
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    Re: Helseth's mouthpiece

    I am the principal trumpet with the Warren Civic Orchestra and I will be having the priviledge of playing with her this February, 20 in Warren, Pennsylvania. Tine is scheduled to be our featured soloist and I will see first hand what horn(s) she uses and also what mouthpice(s) she uses. She is scheduled to play the Haydn and the Marcello.

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    Last edited by Tishcohan; 01-24-2011 at 12:04 AM.

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