AITE YALL ITS ME AGAIN IM IN NEED OF ANOTHER BIGGER TUBA MOUTHPIECE FOR A DARKER SOUND ....AITE IM ON A MF3H RIGHT NOW I SOUND REALLY GOOD BUT I THINK I HAVE GONE AS FAR AS I CAN ON THIS MOUTHPIECE SO I CAN NEED HELP WHICH DO YOU THINK IS A BETTER MOUTHPIECE OUT THESE TWO MOUTHPIECES THE LM-12 OR PT-88 BCUZ I WANT VOLUME AND LOUD FAT UNBEARABLE LOWS....HELP ME OUT MY FELLOW TUBA PLAYERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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PT-88
The LM-12 is definitely not deeper than a MF3H. The LM_12 is shallow.  I'd say you have a good mouthpiece in the MF3H. If you really want volume and lows just do ALOT of 6-Inches (i think you know what those are) and step your breathing game up.
I swear my Bach 5G Trombone mouthpiece is deeper than a LM-12. Also Loud Mouthpieces no longer make lower brass mouthpieces, so theres no way you could get one anymore.
okay then cuz i like those mouthpieces they are nice like is it worth the price?

Mr. Scales said:
PT-88
yea they dont make LM-12's anymore anyways.
Ever got pushed in a pool unexpectedly? You want to take huge breaths like you would if you got pushed into a one.  You wanna fill up with the air and push with your diaphragm ( kinda like when you're doing #1 in the bathroom ) . Really, you'd have to run a bit more and get a strong core. Strengthen your core through 6 inches and other ab excercise. While doing 6 inches my section likes to take the chromatic scale 2 octaves holding each note for a whole note value at 60 BPM starting at low Bb or low F. Some effective core exercises are the ones shown here. I would stress the core exercises more than the running, but the running is also important. For an idea on your running schedule follow this Just keep repeating Week 4 when you get there. Follow that and you should be blowing better/louder than ever soon. Keep a good tone. 

Rodd Gerald said:

cud u give me any tips for the breathing?
Orange And Green said:
The LM-12 is definitely not deeper than a MF3H. The LM_12 is shallow.  I'd say you have a good mouthpiece in the MF3H. If you really want volume and lows just do ALOT of 6-Inches (i think you know what those are) and step your breathing game up.
ok so like wud this work if i ran in my back yard....and my back yard is really big
You should work at a flea market selling mango's. Those things are heavy and they'll strengthen core.
Yeah it would work. As long as you are running above a jogging level you're set. Good luck.

Rodd Gerald said:
ok so like wud this work if i ran in my back yard....and my back yard is really big
o ok den....o well        one more thing...like i have large lips so like do you think thats reason why i cant get like my lower ip in the  mouthpiece to drop lows?
Not really. I've seen it done before. Even in the pedal register. It just takes practice. You will pull it off eventually.
Rodd Gerald said:
o ok den....o well        one more thing...like i have large lips so like do you think thats reason why i cant get like my lower ip in the  mouthpiece to drop lows?
yeah they are a little expensive. I started using perantucci mouthpieces back when I was in undergrad... I went to the midwest convention and I talked with Daniel Parentoni and he had me try out a few of his mouthpieces. I have been using them ever since.

Rodd Gerald said:
okay then cuz i like those mouthpieces they are nice like is it worth the price?

Mr. Scales said:
PT-88

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