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DEG Brian Bowman Signature Small Shank Trombone Mouthpiece in SilverModel BB1For the professional performer and serious student this mouthpiece has a deep cup and large backbore particularly suited to the rich euphonium sound of today. Improved intonation, center of sound in both the upper and lower range are characteristics of this model. This model is used by Dr. Brian L. Bowman.Model BB2 Patterned after a traditional euphonium mouthpiece, the number 2 model has a "v" cup design giving a full responsive tone quality. Not as deep as the number 1 model, it still produces a characteristic euphonium sound and response.Model BB3A good mouthpiece for young players and also for use on the smaller English bore baritone Horn, this model provides an alternative to the often too shallow C cup trombone mouthpieces that are given younger players.
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I have the BB1 in Small and Large Shanks and have played with them on a Yamaha YEP 321 and a Yamaha YBH-30 Marching horn.
This mouthpiece has an incredibly dark beautiful tone. Whenever I play solo- I'm always asked what mouthpiece I'm playing on.
The cup is extremely deep, and diameter a bit wider than the 6.5AL, but not to worry. I went back to a Yamaha 48 at one point, and the mouthpiece hurt my chops like crazy, I had to get my Bowman back. I've actually bought this mouthpiece in both Small and Large Shank. The large shank blows more freely, but that's expected of a large bore horn anyway, and I wouldn't necessarily credit that to the mouthpiece.
Articulations are softened by this mouthpiece. So if you've a naturally harsh attack - especially on the louder passages this mouthpiece does its part to keep you in check. It takes effort to sound like crap with this mouthpiece.
The only drawback I've found with this mouthpiece is it plays flat. Not distastefully - just that the pitch centre is lower than, say, a 6.5AL. Ordinarily, this would be no problem, as you can just push in a tad, but Unfortunately, my natural pitch centre is flat to most other players (by about 15 cents or more) This mouthpiece drops my pitch centre an additional 10-15 cents, 20 or more in cold weather. I'd recommend this mouthpiece completely though, but also advise the player to check their playing tendencies and to take into account whether or not the mouthpiece will be used in a controlled climate.
I as well have a BB1 small shank for my Yamaha 321 Euphonium. This mouthpiece just screams dark and rich when I first bought it. I cup is deep and it also feels like a smaller size like a 6.5 AL like the other review said. The articulation is kind of lost compared to others. To me I need a piece that can help improve my articulation so thats a down side for the mouthpiece, at least for me. I've also experienced being 50 cents flat on a dynasty marching baritone horn but I'm always dead on with my Euphonium. I'm not sure if its the tubing size the created the difference but I would not recommend this mouthpiece if you are playing a marching baritone for either high school band or Drum Corps. If you are marching Euphonium, that could be a different story, put I have experienced that. Price is kind of much but the price of the product has come down recently. So if you are looking for a mouthpiece that gives a dark, fat and powerful tone but you have a strong articulation this piece is for you!
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