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International Soloist Daniel Thomas, Principal Euphonium player with World renowned Brass Band BLACK DYKE teams up with K&G Mouthpieces....Michael Baker plays K&G
K&G were delighted to hear from top Salvation Army cornet player, Michael Baker. Michael also frequently plays with the New Jersey Symphony and New York Philharmonic. Of his recently purchased K&G 2B cornet mouthpiece, Michael told K&...
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How do I take care of my K&G Mouthpiece?
A mouthpiece must be cleaned from time to time. Soap and water are enough to remove any residuals that build up after some time. Use a special brush in order to clean the inside of your backbore. Dropping you mouthpiece can have a negative effect on playability. This includes damaging of the rim profile, deformation of the shank and so on. Therefore it is good practice to place your mouthpiece in a pouch instead of letting it out in your instrument’s case.