How do you choose the right tools for you?

I am Yoshida, president of Yamada Shusei Ltd., a professional apparel garment repair group in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture.


The trumpet mouthpiece is designed to make sound only when the lips are vibrated by blubbing and the blubbing is transmitted to the mouthpiece and further blown into the mouthpiece.


The other day, I asked my teacher about how to choose the right mouthpiece for me, after sending a comparison of blowing three different mouthpieces from three different manufacturers to Line.


The conclusion was, "You can choose any of them!" So, the explanation was excellent.


The A mouthpiece is a quick and easy setting that produces a reasonable sound.


The B mouthpiece requires a certain level of playing technique to master, but once that is accomplished, a high level of performance is possible.


The C mouthpiece is the most common and safest of the three. It is easy to match with any genre.


No matter which mouthpiece you choose, the need for efficient and correct playing technique remains exactly the same.


It may be an assumption, but choosing the mouthpiece that you enjoy playing and feel most comfortable and trustworthy will result in being able to concentrate on your practice and making progress.


This can be said for the selection of tools in general. By the way, I chose the B mouthpiece without hesitation.