Mag-Mutes and Resno-tone Mutes
Welcome to PollardMutes.com.
Our main goal is to provide GREAT sounding mutes for serious brasswind players, pro, student, or in between. We have a fairly large number of models for our initial launch, and our mutes will be available for most brass instruments. We are prototyping continuously.
We call also consider custom requests for special horn dimension, etc.
We are working on other brasswind mutes, for now we have
Cornet and Trumpet Mutes
The Mag-Mutes, with magnetic base
Resno-Tone Mutes without magnetic base
Rock-A-Bye Practice mutes with and without magnetic base
The Mag-Mute Line features great mutes, but with the added convenience of a magnetic bottom, for attaching to the upright pole of most music stands.
The most important ingredient is the quality of the product ,and the colorful and characteristic mute sound. Intonation has to be great, and the mutes all have intensive tonal colors! Great for orchestra, brass band, symphonic band, jazz band, or solo work.
The Resno-Tone Mutes are the same as the Mag-Mutes, featuring the great feedback and rich mute colors, but without the magnetic feature. The resonant but characteristic mute sound will be very much appreciated by all serious brass players.
The Rock-A-Bye practice mutes are exceptional in response, feedback, and special ease in practicing high range, which is the problem with most practice mutes. No "ceiling" to push through like other practice mutes!
The Rock-A-Bye is available in the Mag-Mute line and the Resno-Tone Line.
Check out our mutes, and feedback we are getting from our prototype work!
We will offer a money back guarantee if you are not happy, just return the mute within 10 days for a refund, less shipping, if you don't agree it is one of the finest mutes you've played.
"THANK YOU for building a legit silent mute for my piccolo trumpet! I also have a Bremner silent pic mute, but it's so far out of tune that it's almost unplayable. I tried yours and was instantly impressed that it didn't put my A pic automatically in Bb. Also, playing into the upper register is really terrific when compared to the Bremner pic silent mute"
Mark Nelson, Principal Trumpet, South Dakota Symphony Orchestra