Roger Ingram Studio Trumpet Mouthpiece - Pickett Brass
The Ingram Studio Mouthpiece is ideal for commercial recording dates (where extreme upper register notes are not required), and for Broadway and/or show work. This is the mouthpiece Mr Ingram used during his years in New York City when he was working a multitude of Broadway shows in between tours with Harry Connick, Jr., Ray Charles, and Paul Anka. Mr Ingram uses this mouthpiece for commercial recording sessions to this day (i.e., radio, tv, and movies, etc.)
This mouthpiece has a bowl cup and is deeper and wider than the Ingram Lead mouthpiece. The Ingram Studio mouthpiece projects extremely well and has a much broader sound than the Ingram Lead mouthpiece. Solid upper register "money notes" are easily attainable with this mouthpiece. Mr Ingram does not use this mouthpiece when attempting to access the "extreme" upper register. This mouthpiece is a reliable "all-around" mouthpiece.
The inner rim diameter is 0.645, the outer rim diameter is 1.060. The cup depth is 0.380in (9.65mm). This mouthpiece comes stock with a #30 drill.