Trombone, Euphonium, and Baritone Mouthpieces - ONE PIECE MODELS

Trombone, Euphonium, and Baritone Mouthpieces - ONE PIECE MODELS

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We are pleased to announce that due to so many people wanting a high quality one-piece trombone mouthpiece in sizes that they are familiar with, we have designed a complete line of one- piece trombone mouthpieces. While the numbering system is familiar, (using Bach nomenclature), each model has been designed to eliminate problems that have come to light over the years. We have made the rims more comfortable, and the throat sizes are balanced to the cups. The backbores are maximized for tone production and projection.

Model OD Bore ID  Cup
Depth
Description
1G 1.62 0.295 1.09 Deep Extra-Large, Schilke 60
1 1/4 G 1.61 0.295 1.09 Deep Cup diameter is smaller than 1G, but still very large and deep. Narrower rim than 1 1/2 and 1
1 1/2 G 1.6 0.295 1.08 Deep For many years, the standard mouthpiece for the serious bass trombone player.
2G 1.58 0.295 1.06 Deep Narrower ID than the 1 1/2G. Full resonant sound in all registers
3G 1.56 0.281 1.03 Deep Narrower than 2G with a deep bass trombone cup, throat, and backbore. Schilke 57
4G 1.56 0.281 1.022 Deep A versatile, large-diameter mouthpiece. Schilke 56, Wick 3
4G-E 1.56 0.281 1.022 Deep As 4G but with European (Boosey/Willson) shank
4GD 1.56 0.281 1.022 Extra-Deep Like 4G with an extra deep cup. .281 bore.
4GDL 1.56 0.29 1.022 Extra-Deep Like 4GD with a large .290 bore. Excellent euphonium mouthpiece. Full low register. SM3
4GD-E 1.56 0.281 1.022 Extra-Deep As 4GD but with European (Boosey/Willson) shank
4GDL-E 1.56 0.29 1.022 Extra-Deep Like 4GDL. Large .290 bore. Excellent euphonium mouthpiece. European shank.
4GS 1.56 0.277 1.022 Medium-shallow Shallower cup with smaller bore than 4G. Produces slightly brighter sound. .277 bore.
4GS-E 1.56 0.277 1.022 Medium-shallow As 4GS with Euro/Boosey/Willson shank.
4GS-T 1.56 0.266 1.022 Medium-shallow As 4GS with Tenor trombone/baritone shank.
5G 1.545 0.277 1.008 Medium Deep Favorite for symphonic trombone. Schilke 51, Wick 4
5G-E 1.545 0.277 1.008 Medium Deep As 5G but with European (Boosey/Willson) shank
5G-T 1.545 0.266 1.008 Medium Deep As 5G but with Tenor trombone shank
5GD 1.545 0.281 1.008 Deep 5G diameter with a deep 4G cup. Full tone.
5GD-E 1.545 0.281 1.008 Deep As 5GD with Euro/Boosey/Willson shank.
5GD-T 1.545 0.266 1.008 Deep As 5GD with Tenor trombone/baritone shank.
5GDL 1.545 0.29 1.008 Deep Designed especially for the Euphonium for comfort, tone and performance. Wick SM4
5GDL-E 1.545 0.29 1.008 Deep As 5GDL with European (pre 1974 Boosey and Willson shank).
5GS 1.545 0.266 1.008 Medium-shallow Shallower cup with smaller bore than 5G. Produces slightly brighter sound. .266 bore.
5GS-E 1.545 0.266 1.008 Medium-shallow As 5GS with Euro/Boosey/Willson shank.
5GS-T 1.545 0.25 1.008 Medium-shallow Terrific baritone mouthpiece. Versatile sound. Blends with alto horns and trombones.
6 1.545 0.25 0.996 Medium Very efficient. Good high register. Bach 6 1/2, Schilke 50, Wick 5. Good student mouthpiece
6-E 1.545 0.25 0.996 Medium As 6 (above) with Euro shank
6-T 1.545 0.234 0.996 Medium As 6 with tenor trombone shank
7 1.545 0.234 0.992 Medium Designed for trombone players who desire a full tone for section or solo playing. Schilke 48, Wick 9
11 1.512 0.234 0.972 Medium Brilliant ringing tone of large volume. Schilke 46, Wick 12
12 1.5 0.234 0.96 Medium Brilliant, crisp tone. The best selling model for all-around playing for tenor trombone. (Bach 12C)

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I cannot begin to describe how much I like the 4GD, it is the perfect fit for my Yamaha 842S Euphonium. I would recommend this mouthpiece for anyone wanting to produce a big, rich, and full sound on a large horn. I have received numerous praises from teachers and colleagues regarding my sound, intonation, and note accuracy since making the change to the 4GD.

Henry Attaway
Ohio State University Wind Symphony, Principal Euphonium

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Introduced to the Warburton 5G "L" (.290" bore) at the Euphonium/Tuba conference at Ft. Myer, VA in Jan 2003, Air Force Master Sgt. William Jones has been playing it ever since.

A prominent Washington DC performer and educator, Jones has been featured as a soloist and clinician throughout the country. His former teachers include retired Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Dr. Brian Bowman, Murray Crewe, Roger Hanson and Barry Morrison.

Sgt. Jones is a Willson artist, so he chose the "E" (Euro) shank.

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