Trumpet Professor, Author, Mouthpiece Visualizer Designer
- Model: G2-Bb
- Body: .462
- Bell: M22
- Tuning Slide: Standard
- Leadpipe: D5
- Model: G2-C
- Body: .462
- Bell: C3-21
- Tuning Slide: Round
- Leadpipe: F4
"Prior to playing the Edwards Trumpets, I had played many instruments trying to find the one that fit me. The flexibility of the Edwards Trumpet is just what I needed. The craftsmanship is excellent, and the process for fitting the instrumet to me was expertly done."
Lynn K. Asper has been teaching the trumpet at the high school and collegiate level for over 40 years. His first book, A Physical Approach to Playing the Trumpet, has received worldwide acclaim since its release in 1999, and has remained a top seller at Amazon.com. His new book, A Mouthpiece Buzzing Routine for Trumpet, was released in early December of 2003.
Lynn is the designer and builder of the Asper Trumpet Mouthpiece Visualizer, an Artist/Clinician for Edwards Trumpets, a distributor for ProTec Cases and a distributor of Warburton trumpet and flugelhorn mouthpieces for the West Michigan area.
A native of South Bend, Indiana, Lynn holds a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from Ball State University and a Master of Music Education from Michigan State University.
He spent ten years teaching high school music at Ottawa Hills High School in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Lynn was asked to join the music faculty at Grand Rapids Community College in 1979 and has remained there in the capacity of conductor of the Kent Philharmonia Orchestra, professor of trumpet, and conductor of the Trumpet Ensemble.
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Edwards is proud to be a sponsor of the 2018 Georgia Trombone Summit, which will take place at the University of Georgia on May 23 – 26. This four-day event, hosted by Josh Bynum, will feature a stellar cast of musicians, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra trombone section (Toby Oft, Stephen Lange, and James Markey), Marshall […] more ››
In Their Own Words
"This is the best horn I have ever played - period. Before I found my Gen X, I was looking for a free-blowing instrument that allowed me to readily achieve the sound I desired. My Gen X did exactly that. Thank you, Edwards, for taking the work out of trumpet playing."
Assistant Professor, St. Francis Xavier University