Brasstache Clip-on Mustache for Brass Mouthpieces

A plastic mustache that clips right on to your existing mouthpiece.

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*Raw brass, polished brass, and unlacquered instruments and mouthpieces will tarnish quickly and may not arrive with a flawless finish. This is a natural property of raw brass, which will develop a rich golden-brown patina over time.

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California residents: See Prop 65 warning
All brass instruments and brass instrument mouthpieces may contain lead, which is known to cause cancer and reproductive harm. – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Description

The ‘Brasstache’ is taking the brass world by storm! Great for themed shows, cosplay, or just goofing around, the Brasstache reminds hardworking musicians not to take themselves too seriously. These make hilarious holiday or birthday gifts for the brass musicians in your life. They’re tons of fun!

MADE IN THE U.S.A. Every Brasstache is designed and manufactured in Chicago, IL by Robin Schulze. Robin is currently the bass trombonist of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago. In his own words:

As amazing as 3D printing is, one downside is that it is incredibly slow. It would take the printer around 30 minutes to make one Brasstache. This was not an efficient way to “mass produce” units. Injection molds are probably the most common way to produce something like this, but the upfront costs of those molds are upwards of $10,000 if produced in the US, and $4-5,000 if produced overseas. Money I do not have! I eventually came up with a solution to this mass production problem: I decided to make them entirely myself! I will not bore you with those details, but long story short it involves silicone, resin, and multiple 3D printers. With my method, I can make 100-200 an hour.

–Brasstache blog

Brasstache, LLC is proud to offer a 90-day warranty on all of their products so you can Brasstache on with confidence. If it breaks, they will replace it!

*For more information regarding the difference between small and large shank trombones, please see Brasstache’s guide here.

WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD — Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Material: Plastic

 


Sharlene Mitchell-Matheson Brasstache

 

Laura Beck Brasstache

 

Jon Carroll Brasstache

 

Joe Dixon Brasstache

 

Laura Beck's daughter using a brasstache

 

Karen Houghton's granddaughter using a brasstache

Additional information

Weight 0.2 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 1 in
Model

Horn, Trumpet, Trombone/Euphonium (Large Shank)

1 review for Brasstache Clip-on Mustache for Brass Mouthpieces

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    stacie (verified owner)

    Adequately packaged, arrived SUPER quick via USPS (or at least landed in my mailbox) & were well received by trumpet playing nephews as I tucked these into their Christmas stockings. Waiting to see a pic, or hear how well their MUSIC teachers/conductors received these cute, mildly mischievous accessories. Thank you for this product!

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