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Harry Potter Instrumental Solos for Trumpet - Book/CD
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Yamaha Heavyweight Series Trumpet Mouthpiece with Gold-Plated Rim and CupThe GP Series mouthpieces feature an innovative shape and extra-heavy 24k gold-plated finish for players who prefer a focused, concentrated tonal core.
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The feel of this mouthpiece is very similar to the other Yamaha mouthpieces but with a slightly larger body which results in a bit more fullness of sound. If heavyweight mouthpieces are what you prefer this is a good 'in-between' mouthpiece but the most unique things about this mouthpiece are its looks and the gold material in the cup that may feel more comfortable for some people.
Well i used to play trumpet however i converted to french horn. i decided to play trumpet in jazz band because i thought it would be fun, but it actually wasn't. my lips were so used to a french horn mouthpiece and my lips wouldn't respond in a bach 7c very well. My friend had this mouthpiece as a spare and let me use. It was not only comfortable but it gave me a much more resonant and clear sound. so this mouthpiece is legitimately something to look into. I highly recommend it
I play in many various genres and have found this mouthpiece to do well in all of them. I've been playing on the 14a4aGP for about a year and have enjoyed every minute of it. It is comfortable to play on everything from a low F# all the way up to a double F#. The added weight helps makes my Bach 37 nice and mellow. Am I saying it is the end all to be all of mouthpieces? Not necessarily. There are a lot out there that I haven?t played on, but for the money this is an excellent mouthpiece. I would highly recommend it.
I played on blessing 3c was a little big and had endurance and my range was only to a high d clean but i decided to get this mouthpiece and with pratice lip slurs etc i can hit double gs and endurance went over 30 min longer.The mouthpiece doesnt do it magically but if you put in some pratice time It can really make a differnce
I just purchased this mouthpiece and let me say - it plays better than it looks, and it's the best lookin mouthpiece I've seen. The gold feels smooth and warm. Before this, I played a bach 3c and a regent 2. On both, my lower playing sounded fuzzy and terrible. I picked this up and was playing incredibly smooth. This mouthpiece offers a warm dark tone, and my range has improved from it. I went from a double g to a double c - and this is all in tune.
I have two of these mouthpieces 14B4 & 16C4. I have played the trumpet for 54 years and have quite a collection of mouthpieces. These Yamaha mouthpieces fit the leadpipe perfectly with absolutely no wobble assuring no leakage. I have had wobble with several others including Schilke. Kudos to Yamaha. I also have a Yamaha motorcycle and it is perfect also.
This is the best mouthpiece I have ever had. It is best for classical solos like Haydn and cocert band if you want that fich classical souding trumpet. It is great!
Its hard to find a mouthpiece that allows you to keep the ease of the upper register and yet produce a huge bold, dark sound. I was plaing on a 3C, but my tone was awful bright. I switched to the 16C4-GP that came with my Yamaha Xeno, and now my tone is really dark and bold, perfect for concert band, even jazz. My range was not effected at all, in fact my upper register became even more fatter and bold, which is always a great thing. The gold rim feels really soft and comfortable. I only wish that the diameter were a little greater.
I bought the 16C4-GP and I must say it's the best mouthpiece I've ever played. Knowing it to be a 11/2 C equivalent, I thought it would be way too big for me, having played a Bach 5B and 3C, and more recently Yamaha 14c4 with the 14A4a on the side for lead. The 16C4, oddly enough, actually enhanced my upper register compared with the 14C4. It hits my chops at a much more comfortable spot, and it doesn't feel like the edge is cutting into my lips all the time. The gold looks and feels great- the slicker feel works great for me. The added weight makes my entire range feel more solid and powerful, and still allows me to play well at softer volumes. The extra cup room also serves to give me more body to my sound. The best player at my school, who is an All-State trumpeter and has played mouthpieces like GRs and Warburtons, tried it and said he really liked it as well. Be warned, though; if you don't have strong chops this is not the piece for you, and you NEED to use your air efficiently. It punishes you if you try to force out the high range with pressure and blasting, which was something to get used to after playing a 3C, which allowed it. But for me this was a good thing, it's taught me to go about high playing better. On top of everything, it's a GREAT price for a heavy piece with gold plate, many of which run upwards of $100. All in all, if you're a decently strong player, give this a try.
I have been using the Yamaha 14A4AGP trumpet mouthpiece for quite a few years. It is by far the best playing mouthpiece I have ever used. The tone quality, range, and flexibility with this mouthpiece are all really fine!
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