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Trompetenmundstück Lotus 2L+

Artikelnummer: 20197
Verfügbarkeit: Kein Lagerbestand - wird nachgeliefert, sobald wieder am Lager
Lieferfrist: ca. 1-2 Tage
Hersteller: Lotus
+ Serie Brass
215,00 € inkl. MwSt.
exklusive Versand

Durchmesser 16,75mm

L (Roughly equivalent to a Bach C cup) Perhaps the most commonly used cup volume among trumpet players everywhere, the L is perfectly suited for every type of playing.  The biggest difference between this mouthpiece and similar cups from other brands is the shockingly easy access to the upper register, which makes it possible to stay on this mouthpiece instead of switching to something shallower to play high phrases.  This cup IS what everybody says they want.  You CAN have it all.  If you already play lead on a Bach 3C, you’ll find this WAY easier.  And if you’re an orchestral player with even just a little bit of fear when playing any of the high excerpts on your 1¼ C, this is your answer.   The solution was simple, but grueling for us to accomplish:  Better design, better intonation, easier upper register.  And a big, fat sound from top to bottom.  From the Alpine Symphony to My Funny Valentine, from a giant hall to a claustrophobia-inducing Jazz club, this is the ultimate “everyday” mouthpiece.

Models & Variations

Standard vs. “Plus” Models

Different lengths, slightly different geometry, creating a difference in the space between the notes of harmonic series.

Both are calibrated for two distinct ways to playing.One version will likely feel better than the other depending on the level of tension in your physical approach.

All of the mouthpiece’s other qualities (sound, articulation, air flow, etc.) are the same.

 

“Plus” Models

  • Truly Equal-Tempered Octaves, for people who want the most effortless playing experience possible
  • Easiest upper register, if you’re willing & able to play without excessive pressure or force

 

Standard Models

  • Easier transition if you’re coming from a conventional mouthpiece
  • Ever-so-slightly compressed octaves, though they actually feel perfect if you’re accustomed to working a bit harder and using more inward pressure in the upper register.
  • Perhaps the better option if you don’t have the time or desire to adjust your technique, but still want a massive upgrade to make playing a lot easier

Brass vs. Nickel Silver
Flexibility vs Stability

Brass

  • More flexibility than Nickel Silver
  • Super wide projection
  • Rich sound, more low/mid harmonics

Great for:

  • Small group Jazz playing
  • Classical playing
  • Anytime your goal is to fill a hall

 

Nickel Silver

  • More stability than Brass
  • Quantizes the note targets even more
  • More directional, brighter sound
  • Extra “pop” to articulations

Great for:

  • Lead & Commercial playing
  • Playing into a microphone, vs. acoustic
  • Anyone looking for maximum help with accuracy

 

Durchmesser 16,75mm

L (Roughly equivalent to a Bach C cup) Perhaps the most commonly used cup volume among trumpet players everywhere, the L is perfectly suited for every type of playing.  The biggest difference between this mouthpiece and similar cups from other brands is the shockingly easy access to the upper register, which makes it possible to stay on this mouthpiece instead of switching to something shallower to play high phrases.  This cup IS what everybody says they want.  You CAN have it all.  If you already play lead on a Bach 3C, you’ll find this WAY easier.  And if you’re an orchestral player with even just a little bit of fear when playing any of the high excerpts on your 1¼ C, this is your answer.   The solution was simple, but grueling for us to accomplish:  Better design, better intonation, easier upper register.  And a big, fat sound from top to bottom.  From the Alpine Symphony to My Funny Valentine, from a giant hall to a claustrophobia-inducing Jazz club, this is the ultimate “everyday” mouthpiece.

Models & Variations

Standard vs. “Plus” Models

Different lengths, slightly different geometry, creating a difference in the space between the notes of harmonic series.

Both are calibrated for two distinct ways to playing.One version will likely feel better than the other depending on the level of tension in your physical approach.

All of the mouthpiece’s other qualities (sound, articulation, air flow, etc.) are the same.

 

“Plus” Models

  • Truly Equal-Tempered Octaves, for people who want the most effortless playing experience possible
  • Easiest upper register, if you’re willing & able to play without excessive pressure or force

 

Standard Models

  • Easier transition if you’re coming from a conventional mouthpiece
  • Ever-so-slightly compressed octaves, though they actually feel perfect if you’re accustomed to working a bit harder and using more inward pressure in the upper register.
  • Perhaps the better option if you don’t have the time or desire to adjust your technique, but still want a massive upgrade to make playing a lot easier

Brass vs. Nickel Silver
Flexibility vs Stability

Brass

  • More flexibility than Nickel Silver
  • Super wide projection
  • Rich sound, more low/mid harmonics

Great for:

  • Small group Jazz playing
  • Classical playing
  • Anytime your goal is to fill a hall

 

Nickel Silver

  • More stability than Brass
  • Quantizes the note targets even more
  • More directional, brighter sound
  • Extra “pop” to articulations

Great for:

  • Lead & Commercial playing
  • Playing into a microphone, vs. acoustic
  • Anyone looking for maximum help with accuracy

 

Produktspezifikation
Kesseltiefe mittel
Randform schmaler Rand
Produktspezifikation
Kesseltiefe mittel
Randform schmaler Rand
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