[Trombone-l] Stuffiness, trumpets

BELDON WADE beldon.wade at comcast.net
Wed Mar 27 20:43:06 CST 2019


Yeah try the Bd trumpet mouthpiece on the C that will tell you if it is caused by the C mouthpiece. Agree stuffieness is likely the existence of a leak. My french horn is terrible on the Bd side... gotta be a leak or (?mouse?)

beldon wade

> On March 27, 2019 at 4:06 PM "Ervin, Thomas R - (ervint) via Trombone-l" <trombone-l at trombonelist.org mailto:trombone-l at trombonelist.org > wrote:
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> 
>     Earl, I’m no expert repairman, tinkerer, not trumpeter.
>     But before altering/risking any mouthpiece she likes, be real sure the trumpet doesn’t have a hole in it, a leak, a misaligned valve, or a pencil stub.
> 
>     Tom Ervin
>     ervint at email.arizona.edu mailto:ervint at email.arizona.edu
>     Prof of trombone, Univ Arizona (Emeritus)
>     ...now a recovering trombone player... ; >)
>     (520) 743-5062
>     website: tom-ervin.com
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