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Giddings Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece

$160.00 $220.00

Item Details

Giddings trombone mouthpieces are made from stainless steel in Puget Sound, Washington.  Produced since 2000, the line is used by many professional players worldwide. 

Sizes in stock are listed in the drop down menu.  If you wish to order a different size, please call or email.

Frequently asked questions about Giddings mouthpieces


Features

  • Exceptional responsiveness, with quicker, cleaner attacks and articulation.
  • Delivering more tone and impact to the audience.
  • Superior to brass for resisting scratches, dents, and corrosion.
  • Rich, pure tone with more core,  but with a brilliant sparkle when pushed.
  • Significantly better than gold or silver plating. Never needs re-plating.
  • A huge improvement over plating for people who are allergic to silver or gold plating.
  • Satin finish is similar to silver grip
  • Polished finish is very smooth, comfortable surface similar to gold.
  • Machined from 304 surgical stainless steel
  • Years of experience working with top level musicians throughout the world

 

Size Chart

Model

Cup
Diameter 

Throat
Diameter

Cup
Depth

Rim
Width

 

Bacchus

0.992”

0.231”

0.830”

0.255”

With a wider rim than the Chocolatero and a tighter back bore and throat, along with a shallower cup this baby zips off the stage and to the back row!

 

Chocolatero

0.960

0.231

0.895

0.275

Our smallest jazz piece is similar to a Bach 12, with a sound that cuts, with a brilliant, pure lead trombone tone. The Choco responds with a crisp even feel throughout the range of the instrument. Great for lead playing with a light, agile, pure sound.

 

Barber

0.975

0.231

0.935

0.268

The Barber is a medium size jazz mouthpiece similar to Bach 11 sound with a slightly shallower cup. The Barber produces a warmer fuller sound than the Chocolatero. For players who are looking for a mouthpiece with more depth of sound while still retaining even response, great projection, and comfort.

 

Chubasco

0.985

0.231

0.965

0.257

Excellent for those who are looking for a mouthpiece that projects, and holds up well while performing the powerful dynamic contrasts of lead playing. While the core of tone holds together the upper over tones cut through ensembles and allow the soloist to be heard. The rim is designed for maximum comfort without loss of sound, and ease of playability. The Chubasco produces the largest sound when compared to our other jazz mouthpieces, giving the soloist plenty of room for dynamic contrast and artistic expression.

 

GWC-100

1.000

0.230

0.945

0.265

Similar to our Chocolataro in rim diameter and throat - but with a shallower cup.

 

GWC-101

1.010

0.232

0.925

0.275

GWC-101 has a slightly larger rim diameter than the Chubasco, but with a cup depth similar to the Chocolataro, and a more open throat that really locks in for people who use a lot of air when playing on the small bore trombone.

 

Harry Watters

1.000

0.259

0.975

0.277

Harry Watters Signature model mouthpiece is a versatile mouthpiece similar in size to a Bach 6 1/2 AL. This mouthpiece is designed to project a solid core of sound throughout the range of the instrument, while still keeping the beautiful singing quality that lead playing demands. Harry uses this mouthpiece while playing in the Army Blues Jazz Ensemble & The US Army Brass Quintet in Washington, DC.

 

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