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#beginquote# Is there a proper position for the mouthpiece for trumpets. I have read articles saying that it should be 3/4 bottom lip and 1/4 top lip. In another article I read that it should be 1/2 and 1/2. I'm trying to hit high note now such as high C two octaves higher then middle C. For me I place 3/4 top lip and 1/4 bottom lip. It makes all the high note easy and at the same time I can still hit the low notes with ease. Is this the wrong position for the mouthpiece or is it just in the persons style. Please help me.... > Trumpets rule < *Saxophones are OK* Bandito for life #endquote#
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