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Denis Wick DW5525 French Horn Stopping Mute

Code: 201217

An essential part of every horn player's equipment, the stopping mute replaces the hand for the traditional 'hand-stopping' effect, giving a perfect result with an exact semitone transposition every time.

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Our price £39.17 exc. VAT

RRP: £45.98

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Made from high purity spun aluminum, these handmade mutes blend perfectly, provide unmatched brilliance and projection, and have excellent intonation. Denis Wick offers the most comprehensive line of mutes available.

Wick stopping mutes provide a reliable alternative to the traditional hand stopping technique for French horn players. These mutes consistently generate a perfect semitone transposition with a clean attack and a clear tone, making it the ideal solution for those seeking consistent transposition or alternative tone colors.

An essential part of every horn player's equipment, the stopping mute replaces the hand for the traditional 'hand-stopping' effect, giving a perfect result with an exact semitone transposition every time.

An absolute necessity for players with small hands and a great asset to all hornists.

Unique benefits

  • Aluminium
  • Cork fitting
  • Excellent intonation

Specification

  • Suitable for French Horn
  • Model: DW5525
  • Type: Stopping Mute
  • Material: Aluminium
  • ​Weight: 0.1 kg
  • Dimensions: 19 x 11.51 x 11.51 cm
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