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Bucket Mute Brass Mutes

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    Humes & Berg 160 Tenor Trombone Bucket Mute
    Your Price $33.99
  2. Jo-Ral 4A Aluminum Trumpet Bucket Mute
    Your Price $69.99
  3. Soulo Mute SM5525 Trumpet Bucket Mute
    Your Price $76.95
  4. Soulo Mute SM5105 Bass Trombone Bucket Mute
    Your Price $94.95
  5. Humes & Berg 158 Trombone Velvet Tone Bucket Mute 7-1/2" Bell
    Your Price $29.99
  6. Humes & Berg 172 Bass Trombone Bucket Mute
    From Price $31.99
  7. Jo-Ral 9 Bass Trombone Bucket Mute
    Your Price $99.99
  8. Jo-Ral 4C Aluminum/Copper Trumpet Bucket Mute
    Your Price $75.99
  9. Jo-Ral 8S Tenor Trombone Bucket Mute
    Your Price $89.99
  10. Jo-Ral TPT-4B Brass Bottom Trumpet Bucket Mute
    Your Price $79.99
  11. Soulo Mute SM5800 Tenor Trombone Bucket Mute
    Your Price $84.95
  12. Soulo Mute SM5812 Tenor Trombone Bucket Mute
    Your Price $84.95
  13. Soulo Mute SM5905 Bass Trombone Bucket Mute
    Your Price $94.95
  14. Soulo Mute SM5100 Bass Trombone Bucket Mute
    Your Price $94.95
  15. Soulo Mute SM7512 Tenor Trombone Bucket Mute
    Your Price $84.95
  16. Jo-Ral 8L Tenor Trombone Bucket  Mute
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Although the word 'mute' is right in the title, Bucket Mute Brass Mutes do more than simply quiet your instrument. Being able to control the volume is certainly important, especially during practice sessions or backstage before a live show. However, bucket brass mutes also help to customize and distinguish your instrument's sound. Whether you play the trumpet, the trombone or the baritone horn, you'll find plenty of different bucket mutes to choose from in this section.

Bucket mutes give a muffled tone because they're typically stuffed with cotton or foam, and they can often be heard in big bands and orchestras. Aluminum is the most common material used since it offers a bright muted sound. Brass-bottom bucket mutes have a slightly warmer tone and copper has the darkest, mellowest sound. Once you figure out the best kind of mute for your playing style and instrument, you'll be ready to roll.

There aren't too many brand names in bucket brass mutes, but that doesn't stop names like Jo-Ral and Humes & Berg from being some of the most popular. The most popular bucket brass mute brands on today's market are Jo-Ral and Humes & Berg. One of Jo-Ral's top-selling models is the Bass Trombone Bucket Mute, which is made from spun aluminum and performs evenly across all registers. Not a trombone player? No sweat - you can still find a bucket mute to fit your brass instrument. For example, check out the Humes & Berg 161 Stonelined Velvet-tone Series Baritone Horn and Euphonium Bucket Mute; it has resistance close to a free blow, and its thinned timbre would impress any serious euphonium player.

Bucket brass mutes may be small but they can have a huge impact on your sound and performance both on stage and during practice sessions. In fact, once you add a bucket mute to your accessory collection, you'll probably wonder how you ever lived without it. Once you take some time to browse the selection of mutes available here, your decision should be an easy one.
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