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Warburton P.E.T.E. in Silver Plate

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SKU:
PETESP
Weight:
0.12 LBS
Shipping:
$2.00 (Fixed Shipping Cost)
$42.00
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Description

 The Warburton P.E.T.E. Personal Embouchure Training Device is an isometric trainer for your embouchure that directly targets the exact muscles that tire toward the end of a performance.
 
 
The P.E.T.E. is intended for use in addition to your regular instrumental practice, and not as a replacement for any part of it. Regular use of the P.E.T.E. will strengthen and support muscles of your embouchure.
 
It is recommended that you should not use the P.E.T.E. immediately before playing, as the exercise will leave you tired.
 
 
A rest period of 1-2 hours before playing should be sufficient.
 
 

The P.E.T.E. 
is a unique tool to use to perform isometric exercises that strengthen and develop the embouchure. The P.E.T.E. is the only tool on the market that exercises the exact musculature involved in playing wind instruments. Regular use of the P.E.T.E. will result in increased endurance and flexibility, and for many players, increased range.
 
 
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Doc loves his P.E.T.E!
 
 
 
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Embouchure Reps!

    Posted by Jared on 7th Jan 2022

    This is a great product. I broke my front teeth some years ago and needed a dental overall. No fun, yes, but this little device has helped me more in the little time I've had it than all of my prior work. There are instructional videos online from Warburton to get you started and it really is like doing weight lifting reps. You need to be careful and measured about you you use the PETE, but this thing works! It's also great to know that I have this on days where I'm just too busy with work to get in real time on the horn. Would recommend!

  • 5
    PETE

    Posted by jon norstog on 11th May 2021

    I always wondered if there was a way to do squats and deadlifts with your chops. Turns out you can, with the PETE

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