Vincent Bach Large & Small Shank Trombone Mouthpieces

Vincent Bach Large & Small Shank Trombone Mouthpieces

Vincent Bach Large & Small Shank Trombone Mouthpieces

The shank (stem) of a mouthpiece must have the correct diameter and taper in order to fit snugly. The mouthpiece must be inserted a certain distance into the receiver tube of the instrument in order to give the best playing results. 7 These dimensions have been calculated to allow for a reasonable amount of wear, and after years of use, the mouthpiece will fit up to 1/16th further into the receiver tube of the instrument.

Vincent Bach 350-4 Medium Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 350-4 Medium Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

Cup diameter = 26mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide, well rounded.
Very large cup; principally used by players having a healthy strong embouchure.

Vincent Bach 350-4C Medium Shallow Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 350-4C Medium Shallow Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

Cup diameter = 25.75mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide, well rounded.
Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful natural embouchure.

Vincent Bach 350-5GS Medium Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 350-5GS Medium Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

Cup diameter = 25.5mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide, semi flat.
For players with a good, natural embouchure. Rather large cup, produces full, mellow sonorous tone. "G" throat and 420 backbore.

Vincent Bach 350-6 1/2 A Medium Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 350-6 1/2 A Medium Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

Cup diameter = 25.4mm - Rim shape = Medium Wide, well rounded - Slightly larger than medium with standard size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume.

Vincent Bach 350-6 1/2 AL Medium Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 350-6 1/2 AL Medium Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

Cup diameter = 25mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide, well curved.
Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with a good well trained embouchure.

Vincent Bach 350-7C Medium Shallow Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 350-7C Medium Shallow Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

Cup diameter = 24.75mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide, not too sharp.
The ideal mouthpiece for an artist desiring a beautiful ringing tone with sufficient volume for melody playing.

Vincent Bach 350-9 Medium Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 350-9 Medium Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

Cup diameter = 24.72mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide.
Possesses a beautiful, rich rather mellow timbre.

Vincent Bach 350-11C Medium Shallow Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 350-11C Medium Shallow Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

Cup diameter = 24.7mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide.
Same style as number 9 but slightly smaller. Produces a magnificent round tone of great carrying power. An excellent model for euphonium and baritone players.

Vincent Bach 350-12C Medium Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 350-12C Medium Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

Cup diameter = 24.5mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide.
Same size and rim as number 12 but with a more brilliant and rich tone. The best selling model for all round playing.

Vincent Bach 350-12E V.Shallow Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 350-12E V.Shallow Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

Cup diameter = 24.5mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide.
This model designed principally for Eb Alto trombone, can be used on Bb trombone or bass trumpet when a brilliant brassy tone is desirable. Also recommended for use in the extreme high register.

Vincent Bach 350-15C Medium Shallow Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 350-15C Medium Shallow Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

Cup diameter = 24.4mm
Rim shape = Very wide, well rounded Medium Shallow Cup.
Produces a clear, lively tone. Players with thin lips or weak embouchures will find it helpful.

Vincent Bach 341-1G Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341-1G Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341-1G DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE
Cup diameter = 28mm
Rim shape = Medium Thin, well rrounded.
Extra large and deep for extraordinary power and depth of tone. Among the largest and most powerful bass trombone mouthpieces produced today. .319 inch throat/ 800S backbore.

Vincent Bach 341- 1 1/4 G Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341- 1 1/4 G Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341-1 1/4G DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE

Cup diameter = 27.5mm - Cup = Deep - Rim Shape= Medium thin, well rounded. Cup diameter is smaller than 1G, but still very large and deep, with the sonority preferred by the modern American school. .276" throat/429 backbore.

Vincent Bach 341- 1 1/4 G Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341- 1 1/4 G Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341-1 1/4GM DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE
Cup diameter = 27.5mm
Same rim and cup as no. 1 1/4 G, but with a larger throat and bacckbore for large, powerful sound, well in tune.

Vincent Bach 341-1 1/2 G Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341-1 1/2 G Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341-1 1/2G DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE
Cup diameter = 27mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide, well rounded.
A large mouthpiece with powerful tone in the low register and great carrying power. For many years the standard mouthpiece for the serious bass trombone player. .276" throat / 429 backbore.

Help with Choosing a Trombone MouthpieceHelp with Choosing a Trombone Mouthpiece
Help with Choosing a Trombone Mouthpiece
Denis Wick:"The brass player’s mouthpiece is the most important piece of equipment he or she possesses. It is as personal as shoes and should be fitted as carefully. Instruments need mouthpieces which bring out their best characteristics and players need mouthpieces that will help them realise their full potential. There is no easy answer to this complex requirement. No two players are alike and their requirements from the same instrument can be wildly different. Care taken in choosing the right mouthpiece for instrument, type of music and player can make the difference between steady progress, leading to ultimate success and wasted effort leading to constant frustration. Brass instruments are hardly ever made with really accurate keyboard-precise intonation. Manufacturers usually try to find the best intonation compromise by the intricate matching of the internal tapers. The natural harmonics of any tube are governed by natural laws and can never be perfectly in tune as western man hears the notes. A well designed mouthpiece should assist the compromise and make the instrument more usable. The perfect match can give perfect results. The best players can, with careful training, produce intonation which transcends the narrow confines of equal temperament."
Vincent Bach:"Choosing the perfect mouthpiece is often more difficult than choosing the perfect instrument. Your success as a musician depends on the choice of equipment that will do justice to your capabilities."
Vincent Bach on choosing a mouthpiece:"When selecting a mouthpiece, a brass instrumentalist should choose one with a solid, compact tone of large volume. A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a player's embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Professional musicians and advanced students prefer the musical results of large mouthpieces, such as the Bach 1B, 1C, 11.4C, 11.2B, 11.2C, 21.2C, 3C, which provide a maximum volume of tone with the least amount of effort. By opening up the lips so that they do not touch, the larger mouthpiece produces a clearer, purer tone. The large cup diameter also allows a greater portion of the lip to vibrate, producing a larger volume of tone, and keeps a player from forcing high tones by encouraging the correct functioning of the lip muscles. However, a student may find a medium-sized mouthpiece suitable. Do not select a certain mouthpiece because another player uses it. Because no two players have the same lip or tooth formation, what is perfect for one may be entirely unsuitable for the other. Bach produces many different models so that each player can find the best mouthpiece for their individual embouchure."

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Mouthpieces - Rims, Shanks and Chambers

Vincent Bach 341- 1 1/2 GM Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341- 1 1/2 GM Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341-1 1/2GM DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE
Cup diameter = 27.0mm
Larger throat and backbore than no. 1 1/2 G, resulting in less resistance, larger dynamic range, deeper, warmer sound.

Vincent Bach 341-2G Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341-2G Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341- 2G DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE
Cup diameter = 26.75mm
Rim shape = Medium Narrow, well rounded.
Deep full resonant tone; big low register even through the pedal tones. .276" throat / 429 backbore.

Vincent Bach 341-4G Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341-4G Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341- 4G DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE
Cup diameter = 26mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide, slighty rounded.
Same rim shape and diameter as number 4 small shank tenor trombone. A versatile, large diameter mouthpiece especially useful when only one trombone is used for both the upper and low register. .276" throat / 429 backbore.

Vincent Bach 341-5G Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341-5G Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341- 5G DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE
Cup diameter = 25.5mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide, semi flat.
Same rimshape and diameter as No 5 small shank tenor trombone. Similar playing characteristics to 4G with a slightly smaller cup diameter. .276" throat / 429 backbore.

Vincent Bach 341-5GL Medium Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341-5GL Medium Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341- 5GL DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE
Cup diameter = 25.5mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide, semi flat.
Old style, shallower model than 5G, facilitates upper range. .276" throat / 429 backbore.

Vincent Bach 341-6 1/2 A Medium Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341-6 1/2 A Medium Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341- 6 1/2A MEDIUM DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE
Cup diameter = 25.4mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide, well rounded.
Same rim and cup as 6 1/2 A small shank tenor trombone, but with full bass trombone throat and backbore for a rich, compact sound of large volume. .276" throat / 429 backbore.

Vincent Bach 341-6 1/2 AL Medium Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341-6 1/2 AL Medium Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341- 61/2AL MEDIUM DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE
Cup diameter = 25.4mm
Rim shape = Medium Wide, well rounded.
Same rim and cup as 6 1/2 A small shank tenor trombone, but with bass shank. It requires a well developed embouchure .261" 'G' throat / 420 backbore.

Vincent Bach 341-6 1/2 AM Medium Deep Cup Trombone MouthpieceVincent Bach 341-6 1/2 AM Medium Deep Cup Trombone Mouthpiece

VINCENT BACH 341- 61/2AM MEDIUM DEEP CUP LARGE BORE TROMBONE MOUTHPIECE<BR>Cup diameter = 25.4mm - Rim shape = Medium Wide, well rounded - Symphony model trombone mouthpeice features same cup and rim as 61/2A but with symphony "F" throat and 413 backbore. .257" 'F' throat /413 backbore.

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