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The Trombone ForumHorns, Gear, and EquipmentMouthpieces(Moderators: BGuttman, Doug Elliott) And who in their right mind chooses ANY mouthpiece? Plus how to choose, as well.
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« Reply #60 on: May 06, 2017, 08:04PM »





Re: And who in their right mind chooses ANY mouthpiece?




Well, not I.

By default, most any thinking I do occurs in my Left brain Lobe.

So it is very, very rare that any decisions are made when I am "in my right mind".

In fact, I have to go through a whole lot of Rigamarole just to

Invoke many of the functions of my Right Lobe.
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« Reply #61 on: May 07, 2017, 05:38AM »





Re: And who in their right mind chooses ANY mouthpiece?




Well, not I. By default, most any thinking I do occurs in my Left brain Lobe.

So it is very, very rare that any decisions are made when I am "in my right mind".

In fact, I have to go through a whole lot of Rig-a-Roll just to Invoke the functions of my Right Lobe

Last I saw, that concept has been dis-proven. But I imagine (with my left brain) that the dis-proof will soon be dis-proven.

I can't make a decision on which mouthpiece to use, so I use them all! I love almost all of my Bachs and am constantly exploiting their gifts to me.

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This is a pretty darn good discussion Forum (as they go). But as far as actual playing advice is concerned, don't let it take the place of an instructor you can relate to one-on-one.
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