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Yamaha Allen Vizzutti Replica Series Trumpet Mouthpiece
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Allen Vizzutti's fantastic performances require a mouthpiece with exceptional qualities. His extended playing range and incredible technique requires...Read More
Allen Vizzutti's fantastic performances require a mouthpiece with exceptional qualities. His extended playing range and incredible technique requires a perfectly balanced mouthpiece, one which allows him to leap huge intervals with centered, accurate intonation and to change in a flash from a screaming lead sound to a warm broad 'classical' tone. The shallow cup with smooth inner rim edge gives a clear focused sound and plays evenly in all registers. It can increase the high range of many players without sacrificing tone in the low range. The Vizzutti mouthpiece offers great sound, incredible flexibility, plus impeccable intonation in all ranges, which in Allen's case covers a wide area!
Yamaha's Replica Series mouthpieces come after year of collaborating with hundreds of the world's best players at their R&D Ateliers. These players were unsatisfied with the commercial models out there and knew the Yamaha technicians would deliver exactly the tone and response they wanted. The demand for these mouthpieces has grown, so Yamaha decided to offer a select lineup. Each Replica Series mouthpiece is produced on a precise, computer-controlled lathe to guarantee each one is exactly the same as the one used by its namesake.
Replica mouthpiece of an amazing trumpet soloist.
- 16.67mm inner diameter
- Semi-flat contour
- Semi-thick thickness
- Very shallow cup depth
- 3.56mm throat
- Very narrow backbore
Enjoy the virtues of a Vizzutti mouthpiece today!
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- Easy To Play
- Good Response
- Good Tone
- Rich Sound
- All Venues
Comments about Yamaha Allen Vizzutti Replica Series Trumpet Mouthpiece:
I ordered the Allen Vizzutti replica to replace my current Harry James Parduba #5. Though I enjoy the Parduba's big, rich sound & upper range ease, I've found that it sacrifices quality low range sound under C.
Thus far, I find the Vizzutti features big, rich sound in all ranges, including low range under C. It's fabulous for pedal tone work, which I found impossible with the Parduba.
In my humble opinion, the Vizzutti is a far-better all-around mouthpiece than the Parduba & I would highly recommend it to HS & College students as an alternative to the traditional Bach 3c & 7c.