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Trompetenmundstück Lotus 2M

Artikelnummer: 20179
Verfügbarkeit: Kein Lagerbestand - wird nachgeliefert, sobald wieder am Lager
Lieferfrist: ca. 1-2 Tage
Hersteller: Lotus
Brass Lotus Trumpet Mouthpiece
215,00 € inkl. MwSt.
exklusive Versand

Durchmesser 16,75mm

M (Roughly equivalent to a Bach D cup) This cup actually has two different purposes; sort of a split personality.  For one, it can be a lead mouthpiece for players who “can’t play lead mouthpieces”.  The cup volume is shallow enough to reeeaally “cut” when you step on the gas — great for an orchestral player who needs some more sizzle when playing something like West Side Story, or for a Jazz player who wants to tear through an army of other instruments while maintaining a fat, rich sound which doesn’t register to the listener as a “lead sound”.    Alternatively, it can be used for lead players accustomed to shallower pieces who want to add more depth to their sound, whether for soloing, or to balance out a super bright horn, without loosing the necessary sparkle in the sound. While it’s not technically a full-sized cup (which many would consider a Bach C cup) it does still have enough volume and depth to produce a lovely tone for general playing, even ballads.  It really is incredibly well-rounded.  I’ve used it exclusively on lots of gigs and several big recordings, and I really consider it an essential tool to have on hand for many occasions. Even if you normally play on larger cups, do yourself a favor:  You know that at least every once in a while, there comes a time when you’d love to have the trumpet players equivalent of a “beach body” and sound like a god playing a big, shiny high note phrase that just won’t come out quite that way on your C cup... but you also don’t want to be seen as having a “cheater” mouthpiece, so the sound would need to be 100% “Classically” appropriate for everything else too.   Yup.  That’s this mouthpiece.  

Durchmesser 16,75mm

M (Roughly equivalent to a Bach D cup) This cup actually has two different purposes; sort of a split personality.  For one, it can be a lead mouthpiece for players who “can’t play lead mouthpieces”.  The cup volume is shallow enough to reeeaally “cut” when you step on the gas — great for an orchestral player who needs some more sizzle when playing something like West Side Story, or for a Jazz player who wants to tear through an army of other instruments while maintaining a fat, rich sound which doesn’t register to the listener as a “lead sound”.    Alternatively, it can be used for lead players accustomed to shallower pieces who want to add more depth to their sound, whether for soloing, or to balance out a super bright horn, without loosing the necessary sparkle in the sound. While it’s not technically a full-sized cup (which many would consider a Bach C cup) it does still have enough volume and depth to produce a lovely tone for general playing, even ballads.  It really is incredibly well-rounded.  I’ve used it exclusively on lots of gigs and several big recordings, and I really consider it an essential tool to have on hand for many occasions. Even if you normally play on larger cups, do yourself a favor:  You know that at least every once in a while, there comes a time when you’d love to have the trumpet players equivalent of a “beach body” and sound like a god playing a big, shiny high note phrase that just won’t come out quite that way on your C cup... but you also don’t want to be seen as having a “cheater” mouthpiece, so the sound would need to be 100% “Classically” appropriate for everything else too.   Yup.  That’s this mouthpiece.  

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