Humes and Berg mutes are among the most widely used and recognisable on the market with their distinctive red and white finish. The company began manufacturing in Chicago in the 1930s at the height of the big band era with the encouragement of the greatest bandleaders of the time. Their trademark 'stonelined' construction is based on fibreboard coated with paint and resin.
Plunger mutes, which take their name from the household sink plunger, are rubber or metal cups manipulated in front of the bell to produce a wide range of effects.
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