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Perantucci Tuba MouthpiecesThe Perantucci model PT-90 offers the combination of a moderately wide cup diameter and a deep cup. It is good for players who desire the benefits of a deep without an aperture that is too wide. The sound is dark in character yet has a clear, well-defined core.The cup is 31.8 mm in diameter, deep and rounded at the bottom. It is 7.5 mm wide with rounded inner and outer edges. Throat bore is 8.3 mm. Perantucci uses only the finest quality copper alloys and silver. Their carefully engineered and fully polished cups assure perfect response, superb resonance and the finest tone quality.
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Before I purchased this mouthpiece I had a Conn Helleberg. Which worked pretty well compared to my school mouthpiece I used. However, I started to desire a better mouthpiece than the Helleberg. A mouthpiece that would support low, middle, and high registers well. Somebody recommended me the Pt-50 mouthpiece and I decided to try it out. It indeed is "The Right Response". Just through buzzing the mouthpiece alone there was a tonal difference between the Helleberg and Perantucci.
About two weeks later I went to State Solo and Ensemble and earned a first division on my solo and ensemble. This mouthpiece gave me a darker more beautiful tone. It also gave me more clarity to fast playing on the low register. I recommend this to anyone who desires an all around mouthpiece.
Hello, I am a high school senior, but I have been playing tube for the past 6 years. I have been testing loads of mouthpieces, and the PT-50, is the most amazing mouthpiece I've ever owned. This mouthpiece gives such a warm, dark tone on any horn. It does not just give you an amazing tone, it is quite easy to articulate with it. It is quite large, it is too big for F/Eb horns, but to me and my Instructor, is the optimum mouthpiece for any BBb/CC tuba. With all large mouthpieces, you get a stronger, cleaner low register, and you need to work harder on the higher register. But not with this mouthpiece, I have a strong nice tone, throughout all registers. Before this mouthpiece I had been using a G&W Bayamo mouthpiece, it was nice, but in my opinion, it cannot compare to the Perantucci PT-50.
I bought this mouthpiece because my principal at my university used it. I didn't use it for the longest time, prefering my Schilke 69C4, but I recently bought the Kanstul 902-4C, their 3/4 CC tuba. I played with the PT 50 and fell in love. It gave my sound such a richness that it now sounds like I am playing on a 5/4 horn rather than a 3/4. The deeper cup requires that you work more on your high range, but low range work just absolutely sings. I love this mouthpiece.
I got the PT 88+ mouthpiece on the recommendation of Brent Longstaff, Principle tubist of the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, and I absolutely love it. The PT 88+ is really deep, has a large cup diameter, and allows for a dark, rich tone in both the low register and the high register, and seemingly makes the job of getting to the high register easier, considering it's size. Also, because it's the heavy shell model (you can't get the heavy shell models from woodwind and brasswind,) it has more focus in any range, and more attack when you want more attack. I like the PT series of mouthpieces so much, I'm thinking of getting another one, so I own 2 mouthpieces, and for a better range. I'm in high school and got my mouthpiece in grade nine, and would recommend Perantucci mouthpieces to anyone.
I have the PT-88 and it is a great investment I can hit all the way down to a double pedal Eb on this mouthpiece. I use this strictly for marching season though because it is hard to control sound, and I always play loud. Also it is very hard to hit notes at the top of the staff on this particular mouthpiece
I'm a middle school Tubest, and I started using this mouthpiece a year ago. I really liked it and got a full size sound out of my 3/4th size tuba. I went to all-state try outs a little nervous because of my terrible tuba, but i ended up getting 3rd chair all state, and I have to give a lot of credit to the great sound that comes from this mouthpiece.
This is a great mouthpiece, I use if for marching band or anytime I need to get a huge sound out of my horn. I get extremely good projection in the very high and very low registers. The only reason I only use this for marching and the reason it is only 4 stars is because my tone is not as good as when I play on my Conn Helleberg
I'm a senior in high school who has been playinig tuba for 3 and a half years now and started of on a bad mouthpiece then someone gave m e a conn hellberg which was a good mouthpiece but I want something better. Something to support my sound better in all registers. I tried a out a few different mouthpieces and feel in love with the pt-89. It is a perfect mouthpiece for my playing style . I use it for marching band, symphonic band and solo work and it's perfect for all of that. I would recommend the pt-89 to any one or just perantucci mouthpieces in general. The cool thing about perantucci is that they offer alot of different styles to fit anyone's playing style. Buy and you won't be disappointed!
Love the mouthpiece! This is my first mouthpiece Ive owned. It has a pretty big and deep cup, and is much better than the mouthpiece that was sent with my tuba when I purchased it (like hopefully any mouthpiece would be). I'm using this with my Meinl Weston 2145 CC tuba, and it's a great combination. I imagine the same for any BBb tuba. I'll probably purchase a Perantucci when I buy my next one as well.
Bought myself a PT-44 about two or three years ago while I was still in high school. Right away I noticed a difference in my tone quality as well as how much more flexable it was compared to the crap school piece I was playing on. Being my first mouthpiece though I thought it would be worth it to try out some more to see if this one was truly the best for me. Therefore, I bought the G&W Baer mouthpiece to only later find out I wasted $165. PT mouthpieces are top of the line. I've accomplished so much on mine (including a full ride to Arizona State University). So go for it! There is such a wide selection there is bound to be one perfect for you!
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