U.S. Patent No. 7,335,832
What it is
What it does
How it works
About the inventor
Tuba, Bass Trb., Trombone/Euphonium, Piccolo Trpt./Fluglehorn, Trumpet
Less than two percent of all sales get returned!
How can all this be accomplished? By my improvement of one aspect of a horn's acoustics--RESPONSE--which then facilitates improvement of ALL of the above.
My patented AAIIRR process is accurately represented for your instrument in the AcoustiCoil: a state of the art removable insert to the bore that you may easily install, will remain securely in place, is moisture resistant, durable and fits varying instrument sizes. To try one simply follow the installation instructions printed on the inside of the AcoustiCoil's container label-card.
The price is right, too -- just $40.
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Each model of this new accessory insert adjusts to fit varying bore sizes. A spring fit assures that it will stay securely in place and it is easily installed and removed from the instrument by the player. Models are now available for BRASS: Trumpets (Bb, C, D, and Piccolo), Cornet, Flugel, French Horn, Tenor and Bass Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba and Bugles; WOODWINDS: Flute, Clarinet, Saxophones (Alto, Tenor and Baritone), Oboe and Bassoon. Each is specifically designed and sized for your particular instrument.
The AcoustiCoil has been developed as an extension of AAIIRR (Acoustically Adjusted Interference for Improved Response Repair) patent number #3,973,464. The AcoustiCoil, pat. no. 4,840,250, now makes the AAIIRR formula's superior response, intonation, range and endurance available to a greater number of instrumentalists than ever before.
Now, improvements in 2008, Patent No. 7,335,832, tweak the overall design and make all of the models 10-20% more effective. The improvements basically expose more of the 'edge' that creates the 'constructive interference' that is central to the increased power that it provides.
|"I Love My AcoustiCoil!"... GINGER MARSHALL
Instructor, USC, Pueblo Symphony Orchestra
"It's like playing with a "better reed"... Dr. RAYMON KIREILIS Clarinet, Denver University
"Much better response!"...Dr. CHARLES BAY Bass Clarinet, Los Andeles, California
"Effective, efficient and economical!"... JOE LUKASIK Clarinet, Jazz Improv., Univ. of Colorado, Denver
"You can get that 'edge' without changing equipment" ..DENNIS DeBLASIO Saxophone, Maynard Ferguson Band
"Improved the intonation and response"... MIKE VAX Flugelhorn, Los Angeles, California
"Better Response on 1st valve in the high range"... CHARLES KAVALOVSKI Principal Horn, Boston Symphony Orchestra
"It matches reponse throughout the range"... JAMES THATCHER 'First call' studio horn player, Los Angeles, California
"Better resonance, focus and projection"... RONALD KLIMKO Bassoonist, Co-Editor, Double Reed Journal
"Improved the intonation and response"... MANNY ARAUJO Principal Trumpet (retired), Colorado Symphony Orchestra
|"We played a four hour gig and the
that got tired was my feet!"... STEVE JENSEN Trumpet,
Jazz Members Big Band, Chicago, Illinois
"It's amazing!"...DAN PERANTONI Tuba, Summit Brass, Arizona State University
"Less Effort!"...JIMMY CLEVELAND Trombone, Count Basie Orchestra, Los Angeles, California
"I'll send you an endorsement that'll make you sick!".. ROB McCONNELL Valve Trombone, Boss Brass, Toronto, Canada
"I like it for soft attacks and 'treble' bass trombone parts"... MEL JERNIGAN - St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Summit Brass
"High range and soft playing is easier!"... HIROYUKI
Japan Brass Soloists
"I like it!...
An interview article appears in the Fall issue of Idaho Music Notes is reprinted here by permission of the author. It explains the history and development of the AcoustiCoil.
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