C2J Trumpet Mouthpiece Review

C2J Trumpet I just heard from trumpet player Steve Lampert, a new user of our C2J mouthpiece. Steve was looking for the right piece to play in a small-group jazz setting. The trumpet mouthpieces that got the dark tone he wanted were too hard to play, and the smaller mouthpieces that he could get around the trumpet on were too bright and edgy.

We recommended getting a 40/C2J mouthpiece (the C2J is available in any of our rims, or you can have your rim threaded to use on it if you prefer). The C2J is a special mouthpiece that you use in a trumpet that gets a sound like a flugelhorn, without sacrificing pitch or playability.

Well, I’ve talked enough, here’s what Steve had to say about the C2J:

I love it! Thanks so much. How y’all made a piece like this that even plays in tune is a mystery to me, but it’s so much more than just that. No wonder so many swear by you 🙂 Best & thanks for all the help upfront too!

Thanks for the kind words, Steve! We’re glad you like the mouthpiece and I hope you get a mileage on it.

Be sure to check out Steve’s website at http://www.myspace.com/stevelampert, he’s got some great music on there!

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Welcome the Newest Bob Reeves Brass Dealer – BAC Horn Doctor

We’d like to welcome to the family our newest dealer of Bob Reeves Brass mouthpieces and accessories: BAC Horn Doctor in Olathe, Kansas.

For those of you who think the only things you can find in Kansas are wheat, giant balls of twine, and the Kansas City Royals, you are missing out on the great services that BAC Horn Doctor and its founder Mike Corrigan have to offer to brass musicians.

Mike offers the type of expert knowledge and personal service that is only becoming rarer these days, especially in the musical instrument industry. It is a real pleasure to have him on board with us, and I hope you consider him the next time you need a Bob Reeves mouthpiece or any other brass service.

You can learn more about BAC Horn Doctor from their web site at http://www.drhorn.com.

We have all of the Bob Reeves Brass Dealers listed on our web site who are ready to help serve you!

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