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Griego Classic Trombone Mouthpieces

by Griego
Original price $0.00 - Original price $175.00
Original price
$175.00
$0.00 - $175.00
Current price $175.00
Model: 3.5
Weight: Noveau

Large Bore Tenor Model 3.5

The Griego 3.5 is great for the tenor trombonist that wants the room of a larger mouthpiece without a huge cup depth. As Griego large bore tenor mouthpieces increase in cup diameter, cup depths are adjusted so as to not become too deep. The combination of wide and deep can cause the player to increase pressure on the rim and tighten the aperture. This can lead to a strained sound in the middle and upper registers.

A full natural sound is achieved in all registers with the balance found in the Griego Mouthpiece design.

Specs:
Cup Diameter: 1.028" or 26.10 mm
Throat: .280"

Large Bore Tenor Model 4

Very free blowing. Rich, full sound is great for second trombone playing.

Specs:

Cup Diameter: 1.020" or 25.90 mm
Throat: .280"

Large Bore Tenor Model 4M

The Griego 4M (sometimes called the 4GM) is great for the tenor trombonist that wants the room of a larger mouthpiece without a huge cup volume. The 4M offers the same cup diameter as the Griego 4, but with less cup volume.

A full natural sound is achieved in all registers with the balance found in the Griego Mouthpiece design.

Specs:
Cup Diameter: 1.020" or 25.90 mm
Throat: .280"

Large Bore Tenor Model 4.5

The 4.5 mouthpiece has a slightly flatter rim than the model 5. The cup diameter is a slightly bigger than the model 5. This wider cup diameter can help players that need more room within the cup to place their embouchure. This mouthpiece is a free blowing mouthpiece, and is great for playing second in the symphony (or principal if playing with a large orchestra).


Specs:
Cup Diameter: 1.010" or 25.65 mm
Throat: .280"

Large Bore Tenor Model 5

Model 5 has a more rounded rim on a slightly deeper bowl than a standard 5G. Consistent throughout all registers with lots of middle register overtones. This mouthpiece was designed with the principal trombonist in mind.

Specs:
Cup Diameter: 1.004" or 25.50 mm
Throat: .280"

Large Bore Tenor Model 5M

Model 5M has a 5G rim with a cup that is in between a 5 and a 6.5. Perfect for the high player that needs a little more embouchure room but wants the shallower cup.

Specs:
Cup Diameter: 1.004" or 25.50 mm
Throat: .279"
Mouthpiece Name  Diameter Throat  Cup  Notes 
 Tenor Model 3 1.034"/26.26mm .280" larger mouthpiece without huge cup; available in NY, Nouveau, Deco blanks
Tenor Model 3M 1.034"/26.26mm .280" aka 3GM; larger mouthpiece without huge cup; available in 3 blanks
Tenor Model 3.5 1.028"/26.1mm .280" larger mouthpiece without huge cup; available in NY, Nouveau, Deco blanks
Tenor Model 4 1.020"/25.9mm .280" free blowing; great for 2nds
Tenor Model 4M 1.020"/25.9mm .280" Shallower than Griego 4 aka 4GM; smaller cup than Griego 4; full natural sound in all registers; available in NY, Deco, Nouveau
Tenor Model 4.5 1.010"/25.65mm .280" Medium Deep flatter rim than 5; good for those who need more room for lips; free blowing; great for 2nd or principal in large orchestra; available in NY, Deco, Nouveau
Tenor Model 5 1.004"/25.50mm .280" Medium Deep more rounded rim; slightly deeper than standard 5G; consistent in all registers; principal trombone; available in NY, Deco, Nouveau
Tenor Model 5M 1.004"/25.50mm .279" Medium Shallow 5G rim; cup between 5 and 6.5; perfect for high player who needs more embouchure room with a shallower cup; available in NY, Deco, Nouveau blanks
Tenor Model 6.5 1.000"/25.4 mm .280" great for baroque and for ease in upper register; vintage NY rim and bowl; available in NY, Deco, Nouveau blanks

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