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You're Still a Young Man Jazz Band Grade 1 Set
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Giddings & Webster Kadja Tenor Trombone MouthpieceA deep, funnel shape cup, great for those looking for a huge sound without loss of clarity and articulation.
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I've played on brass mouthpieces forever, and I've played Schilke?s, Bach?s, Wicks, and other models all for a substantial time, but I got my own euphonium and decided to get a new mouthpiece. I thankfully stumbled upon G&W, and I found the Kadja. It is a wonderful euphonium mouthpiece, and it's a great match with my Meinl-Weston 551!!! It has a very deep, funnel cup, and the most open throat and back bore that I have ever found, and it produces a soft, warm tone. The dynamic properties of stainless steel have allowed me to expand my dynamic range greatly. With the Kadja I can play the most lyrical, delicate passages more quietly, and soar over the band in all ranges. On top of all that the feel of stainless steel is something every brass player needs try. It feels perfectly smooth, and the hardness of the material seems to reduce the vibrations that feed back to your face when playing, and this really lengths endurance. I haven't found one thing I dislike about the G&W Kadja, and I recommend every young euphonium player give it a try some time.
Be prepared to hold back! This stainless with a huge cup and back bore create the loudest sound you'll ever get out of a tenor. I listened to a recording of our band with me on 1st on this piece. I had no idea I was playing so loud! Put this in trombone and expect max power. BUT you can put it in a euphonium too! This one is about the size of a 52D or E with a flat, narrow rim. It gives a euphonium a good fundamental sound which would bridge the gap between tubas and trombones. Good range on a euphonium, not too high or low and of course, the projecting power of stainless steel. I recommend this for euphonium and 2nd-3rd trombone, depending on strength of chops.
Having played on large trombone mouthpeices for most of my playing experience (Schilke 57). I was looking for something similar in the Stainless Steel. After talking to the one of the owners for about half an hour, he convinced me that the Kadja was what I was looking for. I am amazed at the mouthpiece. I love having a very open low register but have always had to fight the upper register. This mouthpiece responds very well through all registers. Giddings and Webster know how to make great Mouthpieces.
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