Trumpet Mute Rack
- Customer Reviews (2)
Trumpet Mute Rack
MutePartner and Mutepartner Deluxe are 5 hole trumpet mute racks that double as music stand accessory trays with two (2) removable hole inserts and a removable cup holder. Holds Bb/C trumpet mutes as well as smaller pixie mutes and piccolo trumpet mutes in the smaller holes. Easily installed and removed on your music stand or mic stand for single gigs. Rock solid clamping.
Made & Grown in the U.S.A.
MutePartner & Mutepartner Deluxe feature 2 holes for Harmon mute stems or mouthpieces. Also includes two front mounted wooden pegs for hanging accessory bags, plunger mutes or bucket mutes drilled with a looped string.
Mutepartner features an ebonized black finish on solid oak. Mutepartner Deluxe is furniture quality solid walnut with rounded edges and rounded profiles in the holes. Great choice for holding expensive wooden mutes.
Perfect for theater pits, pops shows and Jazz Band. Includes a small bag for storing the hole inserts and personal affects like cellphones.
This trumpet mute rack works because it uses the same proven rock solid clamping system as the popular StandPartner Music Accessory Tray in use by hundred of musicians across the country.
Wt 1 lb 6 oz
5″ deep x 20″ wide x 3/4″ thick (not including cleat and knobs) Deluxe model is 5 1/2 “deep
3- 2 7/8″ holes-Most trumpet mutes
2- 1 7/8″ holes-Cup & Straight Bb Trumpet mutes as well as pixie and piccolo mutes.
2- 7/8″ holes
2- 2 3/8″ x 1/4″ hardwood disc inserts
1- 2 3/4″ wide x 3″ deep cup holder insert fits in any of the larger 3 holes (Automotive Quality)
1- 4″ w x 5 1/2″ l black velour bag for discs and accessories
Fits 7/8″ to 1 3/8″ shafts
2 Reviews for Trumpet Mute Rack
Best mute stand on the market - Wednesday, November 8, 2017I play shows and need a place for mouthpiece changes and harmon mute stems. This mute holder does that and so much more. Bes in the business
Very Happy - Thursday, August 11, 2016I bought this stand because I play theater gigs that often require 5 or more mutes and a plunger, and the 4 spot wire mute holders just weren't doing the job. The Heritage stand is easy to set up, is sturdy and has two spots for mouthpieces. I love the pegs on the front where I hang my plunger, and while I don't like changing mouthpieces in the middle of a gig, it's amazing how often it ends up being necessary. It's fit on every stand that I've tried it on, and it's never shifted position or caused a single problem. I use this stand on every gig and couldn't be happier. Rocky