1-hole mute Tourte


The Tourte style 1-hole rubber mute can stay on the string’s afterlength when not in use. You can quickly slide it up and on the bridge as needed. Some people prefer the 1-hole mute as it leaves more room for a wolf eliminator on an adjacent string.  It may tend to slide farther down the afterlength of the string than the 2-hole mute.  This is not a practice mute, but is used when playing music noted “con sordino.” ~ 6 grams