Bronze Gold Plated
Titanium, Buffalo, Bronze, Steel
Luke Malewicz Eagle
Brass Silver Plated and Buffalo Horn
Stainless Steel and Bronze Gold Plated
Bronze Silver Plated
Bronze and Titanium
Brass Silver and Gold Plated
For Bass, Symphonic and Small Shank Trombones
TENOR MOUTHPIECES WITH SMALL or LARGE SHANK, with 6.0mm or 6.5mm THROAT
Available with Standard or V+ Cups
SYMPHONIC MOUTHPIECES WITH LARGE SHANK and 7.2mm THROAT
XL = 27.20mm
VL = 26.80mm
L = 26.40mm
ML = 26.00mm
MS = 25.20mm
S = 24.80mm
BASS TROMBONE MOUTHPIECES WITH LARGE SHANK and 8.0mm THROAT and a DEEP U SHAPED CUP
BVL = 28.80mm
BL = 28.40mm
BM = 28.00mm
BS = 27.60mm
Tenor Trombone: available in Small or Large Shank and with 6.0mm or 6.5mm throat
Symphonic Trombone: available with 7.2mm throat
GR0 72: tightest, good for soloists or for hard pieces for first trombones
GR1 72: for experienced first trombones
GR2 72: for second trombones or players looking for a fuller sound in the low register
GR3 72: for third trombones or players doubling on bass trombone
Bass Trombone: availabler with 8.0mm throat
GR0 80: for players who need to play in the high register from time to time
GR1 80: the all rounder
GR2 80: full deep sound
GR3 80: for the biggest sound on the low notes
You can choose parameters like the length of the cylindrical part of the throat, the average internal taper, the wall thickness at the end of the shank and so on.
If you desire a bigger sound or a faster and cleaner articulation, you are always covered.
And always with the world renown intonation and consistency of sound throughout the entire range of the instrument.
We don't like extremes with out cups and rims, we prefer offering "middle of the road" sizes adjusting the feel with a proper backbore and changing the curve going from the cup to the throat. Most of the mouthpieces we have analyzed employ a V shaped transition to the cup that offers no tone enhancements while making articulation and attacks a lot sloppier. We don't like that, we want your life to be easier so we designed an edgier transition to the throat. This makes articulation a lot easier and notes pop more.
Try them and you will understand why few weeks after we announced our trombone line principal players from major orchestras, L.A. studio legends, world renown jazz soloist switched to Resonance immediately!