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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The Barber is a medium size Jazz mouthpiece from Giddings & Webster similar to Bach 11 sound with a slightly shallower cup. The Barber produces a warmer fuller sound than the Chocolatero. This mouthpiece is designed for players who are looking for a mouthpiece with more depth of sound, while still retaining even response, great projection, and comfort.
Not for the faint of heart or beginning student. The Nor'Easter bass trombone mouthpiece features a large inside rim diameter, comfortable rim, very deep funnel shaped cup and large throat. The Nor'Easter produces a massive sound great for playing in large ensembles.
The Chinook brings effortlessness and facility to the bass trombone. Designed to create a warm, thick tone and easy articulation, the Chinook is a balanced trombone mouthpiece with a powerful bass trombone voice. The Chinook boasts a large rim diameter, similar in size to a Schilke 60, with a comfortable rim for better endurance and deep funnel shape cup.
Schilke Symphony series trombone mouthpieces. The M5.1, M5.2 and M5.3 have medium shallow cups for players desiring more brilliance and projection. The D5.1, D5.2 and D5.3 mouthpieces have deeper cups, providing increased depth of sound. The * models have a more tapered throat which will feel more open and will have increased flexibility. The 6.0 models are improvements on the standard model 60 bass trombone mouthpieces.