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Super mouthpiece for all styles.
This is the Parduba Double Cup Standard trumpet mouthpiece. It is available in a variety of sizes. it is an easy to play, great sounding mouthpiece that makes upper register playing easier and more comfortable. It is a great design, and you owe it to yourself to try one. It may be just the solution you have been looking for.
The unusual design of the Parduba "Double-Cup" mouthpiece enables a great ease of playing in the high register. This is noticeable the first time you try this mouthpiece. After adapting to the design, it is possible to attain excellent control, and a beautiful tone.
Although the cup appears to be very shallow, the lower half of the cup gives great length to the overall shape of this Double-Cup design which in turn produces a very brilliant yet rich melodic tone.
The scientific reaming of the top of the cup furnishes the shallow tones and they come with the greatest of ease. G comes true. High B-flat comes as effortless and with as great volume as G is ordinarily produced. The extreme high tones, which occur occasionally in ordinary music and frequently in solo playing or in difficult passages, are produced easily and with full volume because the shallow upper cup puts them within reach by increasing the performer's range.
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I've always had a great "tone" on trumpet/cornet/flugel, but my range was always limited. I tried a Parduba 7 for my cornet and while my tone didn't diminish my range improved significantly! No more straining to reach notes above the staff. These are terrific mouthpieces. Just ordered one for my trumpet to go with my cornet Parduba 7 mp. Highly recommended!
With 40 years under my belt playing I've come back to the mouthpiece my trumpet teacher showed me in 1968. This not to say that it is the best period, but that at this time in my life "IT IS THE BEST" for me and the instruments I play. I just as many of you have done and/or doing, have ran the gammit of what's out there to be used. These are hard to beat short of a hand made job.If your blowing a heavy weight it will respond in ways you've only dreamed of. A standard or light weight they "SING".