My Experience With The Bobby Shew YTR-8310Z Trumpet-Review
The Bobby Shew, Yamaha YTR-8310Z B-flat trumpet is the trumpet I have been using most of the time the last 7 years or so, as my main B-flat trumpet. It has been a great relationship and it’s about time I write a review on the 8310Z.
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It’s early in the morning and after my second cup of coffee I pick up my beloved horn. I start my practice day by doing som descending scales, like the ones I talk about in the article warm up routines for trumpet.
If someone blindfolded me, gave me a horn, didn’t tell me the brand and just had me play it to give it a score from 1-10, I would probably rate the Jean Paul 8/10 (as I’m used to playing professional trumpets)…however, when taking to account that the TR-430 is sold and marketed as an intermediate trumpet, and it should be rated in its own class, I simply can not help but give it a full 10/10
My Experience With The Jean Paul
TR-430 Trumpet Review
When working on an article about what intermediate / beginner trumpets I consider to be the best, I tried out a lot of different horns. I had music shops send me trumpets to try out and one of them was the Jean Paul TR-430 trumpet, and to make a long story short…
Take a pen and a piece of paper and draw 21 squares, or use a paper calendar. For the next three weeks you are going to give yourself a score and write it down in the calendar after each practice session.
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“Another important difference between the trumpet and the cornet is the bore size, or the inside of the tubing. On the trumpet the tubing is what we call “cylindrical” whereas on the cornet the tubing is “conical”
Cornet vs. Trumpet
The difference between a cornet and a trumpet
and how/where they are used
This article is going to answer the question “what’s the difference between a cornet and a trumpet ?” as well as shed some light on in what situations you’d be better off using the cornet instead of the trumpet, and vice versa.
“When picking up the trumpet again it is actually on day two and three that you should be more careful. Playing trumpet again after a long break is going to shock your embouchure muscles, so no matter how easy you go at it the first day, your embouchure muscles will be overworked on day two and day three….”
Playing Trumpet After A Long Break
I’m quite familiar with the frustration and mental anguish that can accompany the decision to start playing trumpet again after having had a long break. This is because I have had many long breaks in may days myself, with the longest one being a little over a year.
What is The Best Age To Start Playing Trumpet / Brass Instruments?
Brass instruments are not the easiest musical instruments to master but once you do, they present a world of fun and excitement to the player. So, if brass instruments are considered pretty challenging, what would be the best age to start playing brass instruments? Well, that is precisely what this article is going to cover. Continue reading “Best Age To Start Playing Trumpet / Brass Instruments?”
Choosing the right trumpet can be a bit tricky as you don’t want get the most expensive horn right away, in case the interest fades, and you also don’t want to buy a really bad trumpet, that’s almost impossible to play, making your kid more likely to quit.
“Playing trumpet with braces can be a serious handicap and a source of great frustration. However, if you play your cards right, playing with braces might just give you an edge over other trumpeters in the long run…”
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