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Denis Wick DW5882-MM Maurice Murphy Classic Trumpet Mouthpiece in Silver Silver Mm3C

(SilverMm3C)  Sku #463389000232044

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Features a medium-shallow cup with a customized William Tottle backbore design.

The Maurice Murphy Signature Series trumpet mouthpieces were designed in cooperation with the legendary Maurice Murphy, who spent 30 years as principle trumpet for the London Symphony Orchestra. These feature a medium-shallow cup with a customized William Tottle backbore design for a brilliant and powerful tone that has a lyrical quality excellent for solo work while allowing superior control at all dynamic levels. The Maurice Murphy trumpet mouthpieces are a great choice for orchestral performance, but can be used among lead and section jazz players for their comfort and projection.

FEATURES
  • Available sizes: MM1C, MM1.5C, MM2C, MM3C, MM4C
  • Cup volume: C – medium shallow
  • Finish: Silver plate

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DW5882-MM Maurice Murphy Classic Trumpet Mouthpiece in Silver Specifications:

  • MM1C: 17.5mm cup diameter; 5.35mm rim width; 3.7mm throat; V-type backbore. Big, open sound with good upper register response.
  • MM1.5C: 17.25mm cup diameter; 5.35mm rim width; 3.7mm throat; V-type backbore. Perfect for symphonic playing or jazz section work. Large, well-rounded sound with exceptional response.
  • MM2C: 17mm cup diameter; 5.35mm rim width; 3.7mm throat; V-type backbore. Well-balanced, full-bodied sound with excellent flexibility.
  • MM3C: 16.75mm cup diameter; 5.35mm rim width; 3.7mm throat; V-type backbore. Very versatile with warm, full sound—added resonance in higher register.
  • MM4C: 16.5mm cup diameter; 5.35mm rim width; 3.7mm throat; V-type backbore. Focused, full sound with good projection and stability.
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