Baroque trombone mouthpiece

Our Baroque mouthpieces are available for alto, tenor and bass trombone. They have a flat rimm and a sharp-edged entrance to the bore. As an addition, some mouthpieces are also available with rounded rim.

They are brighter and more concise in sound than their Renaissance counterparts. Here, too, a range of different diameters is available. Of these, the smaller ones were more common in the Baroque period.

All mouthpieces are turned from brass.

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All values in mm
RegisterModelDescriptionCup ØOutside ØThroat ØLengthRim shape
AltoBA-6Well suited to playing in high registers24.4037.004.580Flat
AltoBA-6RSimilar to BA-6 but with a round rim24.6037.254.580Round
AltoBA-5Well suited for the middle and high registers25.8039.474.680Flat
TenorBT-5Well suited for the middle and high registers25.7039.805.484Flat
TenorBT-5RSimilar to BT-5 but with a round rim25.8539.305.484Round
TenorBT-5bWell suited for the middle and low registers, deeper cup than BT-525.7039.505.484Flat
TenorBT-4Well suited for the middle and low registers26.3040.005.484Flat
BassBB-3Well suited for the middle and low registers27.0040.306.090Flat
BassBB-3RSimilar to BB-3 but with a round rim27.0040.506.090Round
BassBB-3bWell suited for the middle and low registers, deeper cup than BB-326.6040.256.090Flat
BassBB-2Well suited to playing in low registers27.9041.256.290Flat
BassBB-2bDeeper cup than BB-227.9041.256.090Flat
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