The Blessing Company makes an economical student mouthpiece that is faithful to the original specifications. Get the same performance and sound more economically with the Blessing mouthpieces. Available in silver-plated models only.
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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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 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.
The Schilke line of trombone mouthpieces offers a comprehensive line of equipment to meet the needs of trombone, baritone horn, and euphonium players. All models are silver-plated, large-shank mouthpieces.