Rim shape is described for each individual model. Model numbers progress numerically from model #1 with the largest cup diameter, to model #20C with the smallest cup diameter.
Cup depths are notated with letters. "A" cups are the deepest; standard cups have no letter designation; progressively shallower cups are marked B through F.
Models have very deep cups, #24 backbores, and emit a large, dark sound.
Models with no letter designation have deep cups, #10 backbores, and produce a rich, full, clear tone.
Models have medium deep cups, #7 backbores, and have a full, Teutonic tone with great volume.
Models have medium cups, #10 backbores, and are preferred by many players that alternate between Bb, C and D trumpet.
Models have medium-shallow cups, #76 backbores, and produce a sparkling, brilliant tone, especially in the high register. Artists who continually play in the extreme high register use them to advantage.
Models have shallow cups, #117 backbores, and are designed for use on soprano and piccolo trumpets. Also preferred by extreme high register players.
Models have extra-shallow cups, #76 backbores, and are also preferred by extreme high register players.
Models have V style cups. "V" designates a very deep cup, #20 throat, and #25 backbore; "MV" designates a medium deep cup, #25 throat, and #25 backbore; "SV" designates a shallow cup, #25 throat, and #25 backbore.
Models have a wide, cushion rim for soft, thick lips.
Model No. - Rim Shape
- 7D - Medium wide, lowered toward the outside. Similar to No. 7C
A shallower cup than No. 7C, designed principally for D trumpet, but used successfully where great brilliance and easy high register are required.
- 7DW - Slightly wider than No. 7D
This shallow E soprano trumpet (or cornet) cup is excellent for D trumpet and for playing continually in the high register. Cushion rim is helpful to players who use a little too much pressure.
- 7E - Medium wide. Similar to No. 7C
This extra shallow E soprano trumpet (or cornet) cup produces a crisp, sparkling tone in the extreme high register. Widely used for piccolo trumpet.
- 7EW - Slightly wider than No. 7E
The same as No. 7E with a cushion rim. For players accustomed to playing with much pressure, especially in the high register.
- 8 - Fairly wide with slightly flatter surface than No. 7. Rounded inner edge
The same cup as No. 7 but with a rim that players with protruding teeth find more comfortable.
- 8B - Fairly wide with slightly flatter surface than No. 7B. Rounded inner edge
The same cup as No. 7B with a rim that players with protruding teeth find more comfortable. Darker sound than No. 8.
- 8C - Fairly wide with slightly flatter surface than No. 7C. Rounded inner edge
The same cup as No. 7C but with a rim that players with protruding teeth find more comfortable.
- 8½A - Medium wide with rounded inner edge
Produces a full, velvety tone. Suitable for cantilena playing.
- 8½ - Medium wide, lowered toward the outside. Med. Sharp inside edge.
Slightly smaller in diameter than No. 7; produces a full, round tone. Preferred by players with a sensitive embouchure and by those whose work is very strenuous.
- 8½B - Medium wide, lowered toward the outside. Medium sharp edge
Like No. 7B but with a cup diameter just enough smaller to facilitate production of the high tones.
- 8½C - Medium wide, well rounded
Medium C cup provides flexibility and easy response. Clear, brilliant tone throughout the register.
- 8¾ - Medium wide, not too sharp
Produces a tone of great volume and Teutonic character. Very effective in symphonic work and opera.
- 8¾C - Medium wide, slightly flat
Similar to No. 7C, but with a slightly smaller cup diameter. Response helps endurance for players who suffer from fatigue.
- 9A - Medium wide, well rounded
Produces a mellow, sweet tone.
- 9 - Medium wide, lowered toward the outside
The same style and rim as No. 7, but with smaller cup diameter.
- 9B - Medium wide, lowered toward the outside
Corresponds with No. 9. Slightly darker tone. Players with narrow lips who tire quickly feel relieved when using this model.
- 9C - Medium wide, lowered toward the outside
Similar in size to No. 9 but produces a more brilliant, open tone. Free high register, easy response. Suitable for strenuous all-around work by players with narrow lips.
- 9D - Medium wide, lowered toward the outside
Similar in size to No. 9 and in tone to the more brilliant No. 7D. Players with narrow, sensitive lips get satisfactory results with this model. Recommended for the extreme high register.