An ideal mouthpiece for clarity, with a full sound, that is well balanced. Giddings & Webster's 1.25 GW 144 is similar to a Bach 1 1/4 orchestral mouthpiece with a slightly flatter rim, a #27 throat, and modified cup and backbore. The 1.25 GW 144 creates a clear, focused and articulate sound. Designed to increase endurance, accuracy, and projection in extremely loud and quiet music makes the 1.25 GW 144 a great trumpet mouthpiece.
Harry Watters Signature model mouthpiece is a versatile mouthpiece similar in size to a Bach 6 1/2 AL. This mouthpiece is designed to project a solid core of sound throughout the range of the instrument, while still keeping the beautiful singing quality that lead playing demands. Harry uses this mouthpiece while playing in the Army Blues Jazz Ensemble & The US Army Brass Quintet in Washington, DC.
Designed for Don Harwood, bass trombonist of the New York Philharmonic, this mouthpiece's goal is to make his job easier. The Don Harwood Signature Series mouthpiece accomplishes this task by projecting the clear independent voice of the orchestral bass trombone while locking in on octaves with the tuba, and supporting the trombone section of the orchestra. To accomplish this task the mouthpiece is designed with a medium cup and balanced backbore and throat enabling the Don Harwood Signature Series mouthpiece to project. Additionally, these features make the Don Harwood Signature a versatile bass trombone mouthpiece capable of supporting any orchestral section.
The E-1 is designed for tenor trombone players that like a wider cup, similar to a Bach 4G, with a funnel shape. With a balance of weight, rim diameter, cup depth, and throat size, this mouthpiece is home in any ensemble, and can do it all. The large cup volume is balanced with a more traditional size throat that adds in stability, core, articulation, and projection.
Stainless Steel Large Shank, Stainless Steel Small...