The Bach 5c is easy to play, produces a nice sound and is excellent for endurance. I would say that it is a very good all-around mouthpiece. The outer part of the rim is slightly more rounded, making the mouthpiece feel more secure…and oh, that also helps with control.
Bach 5c Trumpet Mouthpiece Specs And Review
Today we are going to take a look at the Bach 5c trumpet mouthpiece specs, how it plays and some other interesting observations.
One thing is for sure though, at the time of writing this article the pricing was shockingly low on Amazon! You can click here to check current pricing.
Ok so, so let’s jump in and take a closer look at the Bach 5c mouthpiece.
Is the Yamaha 14A4a trumpet mouthpiece good for high notes?
Well, in this Yamaha 14A4a mouthpiece review, we are going to take look at that. One thing is for sure though, at the time of writing this article, the 14A4a price on Amazon is shockingly low (Click here to check current pricing on Amazon)
“I have to say that The Jean Paul TR-330 and TR-430 are both much better than I was expecting. In fact, when testing them back-to-back, I have a hard time understanding the price tag. I actually gave one of them the highest score of any intermediate trumpet I have ever played in my whole life…and ended up buying it for myself!”
Jean Paul TR-330 Trumpet Review The Jean Paul TR-330 vs Tr-430
So, are the Jean Paul trumpets any good?
Well, those of you who have followed my trumpet blog for a while know that I just love trying out every trumpet brand I can get my hands on, and in this article we are going to take a look at the TR-330 and the TR-430.
“The Bach 1C megatone is a very good trumpet mouthpiece for large lips”
Best Trumpet Mouthpiece For Thick / Large Lips
What is the best trumpet mouthpiece for big lips?
We all come in different sizes, and having large and thick lips should by no means be an obstacle for becoming a great trumpet player. There are thousands and thousands of trumpet virtuosos out there with large lips, and they are doing just fine…
…some of them do indeed need bigger mouthpieces, but not all of them. You see, it also depends on what kind of chop setting we are using.
That said, before you start messing around with your embouchure, it is indeed better to look for a suitable trumpet mouthpiece for thick lips…