Asymmetric Mouthpiece The 3C+544 - for Trumpet
Asymmetric Mouthpiece -The 3C+544 - mouthpiece for Trumpet, similar in design to the Opera 545 but effectivly slightly shallower due to more cup/backbore separation (longer cylinder) with much less weighting, a different backbore configuration and a slightly different rim geometry, these design features tend to produce a little brighter sound than the Opera 545, but without the edge and cutting power of the Lead 342, slotting is also a little less for more overall, non-specialized performance requirements, they also incorporate the intonation and ease of playing frequently associated with a 3C, but this is a 3C "plus", the plus means easier high-register, more endurance and several additional semitones of high range. Like the other Asymmetrics, the throat is open (.150") for a bigger sound, but not to the point of adversely affecting endurance or intonation, the cup and backbore have been balanced, definitely the mouthpiece of choice for players requiring a mouthpiece for more all around application, and light years ahead of the competition, band directors, start your students on Asymmetric "3C+544"s to avoid the unnecessary handicaps of poor range and endurance, switch your more advanced players to Asymmetric "Lead 342"s and have a powerhouse trumpet section in a few months, silver plated, with pouch
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