sssshhhhhhmute Practice Mute

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by chrisjohnston, Feb 27, 2010.

  1. chrisjohnston

    chrisjohnston Member

    Is your performance being marred by the way you practice?
    The sssshhhhhhMute Practice Mute out-performs anything available on the
    market today.
    Your current practice mute is probably giving you unreliable pitching and poor tuning ability.
    The extra breathing necessary through incorrect resistance is probably forcing you to cut short your practice sessions as well.
    Several years of research by award winning cornetist Trevor Bremner has resulted in the best practice mute ever.
    for further information
    Visit www.heliosuk.co.uk

    Newly appointed distributor for ssssshhhhmute's
     
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  3. cornetblower

    cornetblower Member

    Does the cornet version fit a sop?
     
  4. davidquinlan

    davidquinlan Member

    Yes, I've been using one for over a year now.
     
  5. chrisjohnston

    chrisjohnston Member

    Sorry David beat me to it, yes you can use the Mute with a Soprano Cornet.

    Regards

    Chris
     
  6. cornetblower

    cornetblower Member

    Thanks. Not getting on too well with my current practice mute, so may well invest in a new one.
     
  7. chrisjohnston

    chrisjohnston Member

    No problem, you can buy on line through our web site.
    www.heliosuk.co.uk

    Regards

    Chris
     
  8. mjbull

    mjbull New Member

    Hi Chris,

    I was on the understanding that the Yamaha Silent Brass range was the best mute for reducing volume without changing pitch. How do you think the ssssshhhhmute compares?

    Especially for Tenor Trombonatics?

    Thanks

    MJ
     
  9. chrisjohnston

    chrisjohnston Member

    Hi MJ
    If you look at our web site you will see the expert opinions from several great musicians.
    These are their words not mine.
    Personally it is not an electric bit of kit and works very well indeed, compared to.
    Chris
     

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