A fun time comparing a Schilke S42, a Bach Strad 37 and an F Besson Meha by Kanstul. Interestingly, the Schilke is a medium bore horn (.450") the Strad is a ML bore (.459") and the Meha is a large bore (.470"). 3 great pro horns; all quite different. My thoughts on the three? The Schikle S42 was easiest to 'color' tonally by mouthpiece adjustment, a very easy upper register and nice firm slots (a bit hard to for me to lip trill though). The Strad had a fine, clear, enviable, 'orchestral' tone. Kanstul's French Besson is the easiest for lip trills and to 'dip' notes - a fun solo horn. All very fine horns and a privilege to have all three for this vid. My batteries failed me toward the end; there is a part II where I play the upper register and the lower register specifically with these three horns and both mouthpieces (see below). The French Besson Meha by Kanstul was shorted a bit of playing time here; you can see more of that horn on its own vid. For the lighter passage, I'm bebopping around on a Marcinkiewicz Shew 1.5 mouthpiece. It's a pretty small piece that I really love; quick response and an easy upper register. It's close to a Shew 1.75 which is a bit deeper and more mainstream. For screeching, the Shew 1 is great, and the 1.25 is a blend between a piece specifically for the upper register and a bit of mainstream playing as well. I really like the Marcinkiewicz mouthpieces. Deeper yet and with a very similar rim and feel are the Marcinkiewicz 5 - 9 mouthpieces; with deeper cups one has about 9 pieces that vary significantly in effect but little in rim change or feel. For the lower passages and a mellower sound I'm using a great mouthpiece put out by Trent Austin at Austin Custom Brass; it's the TA-TF (stands for Trent Austin - Trumpet Flugel). A super piece, it's very deep but not too large a throat, so it can easily go above the staff as well as way down low. This mouthpiece by Trent is a real treat to play.
Booster harmonique de mon invention et échange des pistons sur une trompette Schilke. Ajustage et mise en place.
NYC Trumpeter, Charlie Porter, demonstrates how to use a variety of special effects on the trumpet, including flutter tonguing, shakes, growl, half-valving, gho
Histoire de customisation d'une vieille trompette Bach Stradivarius 37ML/25
Brae Grimes from Melbourne Brass and Woodwind explains the basics of mouthpiece selection. DISCLAIMER: While this information will work for most people, there r
Last year I spent $280 (USD) on a 'Bach Stradivarius' trumpet. It's clearly fake, from the mis-matching model names and numbers, to the photocopied warranty car
This is what the great David Monette said about this wonderful girl.. "On my visit to Jazz at Lincoln Center last weekend Wynton told me I needed to hear this y
Bach Commercial SN# 718175 Bach Stradivarius "Commercial Model" Pro Trumpet LT190 Series | #1 Hand-Hammered One-Piece 5" BRONZE Bell | 2 Piece Valve Casings wi
Barry Danielian gives some advice.
Jack Kanstul demonstrates the beautiful rich sound of the KANSTUL COPPERBELL 1500.
Murray reviews the Yamaha Xeno 8335II, Xeno 25th Anniversary and Bach Stradivarius 180-37 Trumpet Models. https://engadinemusic.com.au/products/bach-stradivar
FLUMPET II 24K BRUSHED GOLD! Comes with 3 Monette and a stunning leather case The original Monette FLUMPET was inspired by and invented for the late Art Farmer.
Quick demo of the Bach 3S and 3MV commercial trumpet mouthpieces. Available for purchase here: https://springfield-music.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=bach+comme
1970's classic ... Getzen Doc Severinsen Eterna .460 ML bore axe is an all-time favorite of many pro and semi-pro players.
Hi everybody ! today let's make a little comparison between 4 trumpets from cheap to expensive ! enjoy it and don't forget to like, comment and share :) Trumpe
Part 2 of a fun time comparing a Schilke S42, a Bach Strad 37 and a F Besson Meha by Kanstul. Interestingly, the Schilke is a medium bore horn (.450") the Stra
Gary Wilder shows you the top 5 Trumpets for beginners. Enjoy! Products used: http://tho.mn/eb6kq Interesting bits and pieces: 0:00 Introduction 0:17 Jupit
Débosselage pavillon révision
Trumpeters often practice the high register loudly and get nowhere, fast and suffer bruised lips along the way. The greatest trumpeters, including many whom I h