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I've been playing a GR65 S now for more than 5 years now, and really have grown to like it - but have a question.  When playing it at a recent ITG, and even in various jazz groups I play in - other trumpet players tell me they can tell from my sound that I am playing a GR mouthpiece...  When I ask them what do they mean - they say it has a unique sound ie. not as full  Got the same feedback when playing a GR65...

Curious have others been told similar things?  Will be attending the upcoming ITG and looking forward to trying out some different mouthpieces, including some different GR models.

Others thoughts?

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