The Boreas tenor trombone mouthpiece is similar in size to a Bach 5G with a very open backbore and throat, and deep funnel shaped cup. Designed to project a thicker sound than the Euros, the Boreas produces a full round sound, and easily facilitates lip slurs and articulation with great tone projection. The more open backbore allows for the huge dynamic contrast that many players need.
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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 by the international euphonium virtuoso, Steven Mead. Manufactured for today's instruments, with features that result in tone, comfort and all-round performance that will make players very happy.
The Chubasco is excellent for those looking for a mouthpiece that projects, and holds up well while performing the powerful dynamic contrasts of lead playing. While the core of tone holds together the upper over tones cut through ensembles and allow the soloist to be heard. The rim is designed for maximum comfort without loss of sound, and ease of playability. The Chubasco produces the largest sound when compared to our other jazz mouthpieces, giving the soloist plenty of room for dynamic contrast and artistic expression. Features a shallow bowl shape cup.