I just wanted to touch base with you regarding my Wild Thing trumpet and a previous email I sent you. I mentioned a little over a month ago some concern because I could not seem to get the High A working. You gave me a few things to try. I did have my mouthpiece looked at to make sure the end was perfectly round, but I didn’t do a lot else because I just haven’t had time.
Anyway to make a long story short, I have really been settling in on how the horn plays. Now the A is all good and no alternate fingerings are necessary and no horn/mouthpiece adjustments seem to be necessary either.
Thanks for making a GREAT horn. My favorite thing is the great big sound down low when you are playing nice and easy and then you rip up two octaves the sound just pours out. Other horns that played so sweet down low would always stop-up right about at a High C. The Wild Things wants to keep going!!
Thank you for your hard work and persistence.