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A revolution in trumpet mouthpiece design.

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Asymmetric Lead 342 Trumpet Mouthpiece

Created by John Lynch, professional trumpet player and nuclear physicist/engineer, the Asymmetric Lead 342 Trumpet Mouthpiece is an incredible innovation in mouthpiece technology. If you're tired of playing the same old, warmed-over version of a 1938 radially symmetric trumpet mouthpiece, try the new Asymmetric! It extends the range of your trumpet a half-octave! The Lead 342 mouthpiece is the ultimate embodiment of the concept, having laserlike cutting power and a bright, full, brutal sound. Semi-flat upper rim, 24 throat, and a dual semi-tight backbore. Asymmetric Lead 342 mouthpiece comes with pouch and brush.

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By Jim (near Nashville) from Springfield, TN on 1/9/2013 3:49:55 PM

I bought my Asymmetric about a year ago. I was getting back into playing full time as my sons were playing brass, and I wanted to join in. There is a real learning curve with the mouthpiece, so there is a committment you must make to it. It does help a little with range and endurance, but mostly for what I play, the trade off in tone especially at lower ranges wasn't worth it for me. If you need scream for long gigs, it might really be a help for you. It's a specialty mouthpiece, and is hard to switch back and forth regularly with a standard mouthpiece, so again it is a commitment. There are players that will like making the switch, but not for the standard player.

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