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Jo-Ral 8S Tenor Trombone Bucket Mute

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The Jo-Ral Tenor Trombone Mute is features all-aluminum construction.The acoustic design of Jo-Ral Trombone mutes creates an exciting tonal quality t...Click To Read More About This Product

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The Jo-Ral Tenor Trombone Mute is features all-aluminum construction.

The acoustic design of Jo-Ral Trombone mutes creates an exciting tonal quality that results in near-perfect intonation. They are made of spun aluminum, and have been tested to perform evenly in all registers.

Jo-Ral tenor trombone small mute with a bucket.The trombone bucket mute provides a unique, haunting sound that is both deep and slightly hollow. This is a specialized mute for a distinctive sound. For traditional tenor trombone.

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Small JoRal Bucket Mute Throat Too Big


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Comments about Jo-Ral 8S Tenor Trombone Bucket Mute:

I bought a set of JoRal Bucket mutes for my big band. I found bass trombone mute fits well (tried with Bach 50B and Holton TR181). The fit of the large and small tenor mutes, on a variety of tenor trombones, wasn't as good. In particular, the small and large tenor mutes have exactly the same size throats, so for a smaller bell tenor (with a smaller bell throat) it neither goes far enough into the bell (without shaving down the corks) to fit very well. The bell coverage is about the same between the bass and large tenor mutes, so the corresponding muted tones match well. However, the small tenor mute sticks out just as far as the large one, due to the same throat size, and because it's got a smaller bucket, the sound is more open. This makes it brighter and difficult to match. In addition, it sticks out a bit farther than the large tenor mute, since it's longer, increasing the chance that it will fall out due to gravity. I wish that JoRal had made the mute throat smaller on the small tenor mute!

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