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Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 7C

April 25th, 2013

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  7C


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 7C


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  12


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 12


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone with sufficient volume for melody playing. 7C / Medium shallow / 24.75 mm / Medium wide,

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  18


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 18


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone with sufficient volume for melody playing. 7C / Medium shallow / 24.75 mm / Medium wide,

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  7


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 7


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone with sufficient volume for melody playing. 7C / Medium shallow / 24.75 mm / Medium wide,

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  11C


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 11C


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  19


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 19


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  5Gb


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 5Gb


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  4


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 4


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  15Ew


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 15Ew


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  12C


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 12C


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  5GB


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 5GB


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  3


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 3


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  15EW


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 15EW


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  9


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 9


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  5G


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 5G


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  5


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 5


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  6-1/2AL


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 6-1/2AL


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone

Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece  6-1/2Al


Bach Small Shank Tenor Trombone Mouthpiece 6-1/2Al


$71


A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a trombone player’s embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Vincent Bach was a rare combination of artist and engineer. A mechanical genius and acclaimed trumpet soloist, his instruments and mouthpieces are used today in every major studio and orchestra in the world. Bach personally designed the tools and composed the plans that continue to set the high standards for making all Bach parts today. “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 BachModel No. / Depth of Cup / Approx. Cup Dia. / Rim Shape / Description 3 / Medium deep / 26.26 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Extra-large cup for players with a robust embouchure. 4 / Medium / 26.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Very large cup; principally used by players having healthy, strong embouchures. 4C / Medium shallow / 25.75 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Large cup with a brilliant tone. Requires a powerful, natural embouchure. 5 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / For players with good, natural embouchures. Rather large cup. Produces a full, mellow, sonorous tone. 5G / Deep / 25.50 mm / Slightly wider, gradually lowered to outside. / Same as No.350-5 except for .276″ throat and #429 backbore (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GB / Deep / 25.50 mm / Medium thin, very well rounded. / Same as No.350-5 except for thin rim (same as No.341-5G but with small shank). 5GS / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, semi-flat. / Same as No. 5 but with larger “G” throat and #420 backbore. 6 / Medium / 25.50 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Fairly large cup. For players with a strong embouchure. Full, solid, mellow tone.. 6-1/2A / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Slightly larger than medium with standard-size throat and backbore. Rich, compact tone of large volume. 6-1/2AL / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / The same rim and cup as No. 6-1/2A, but with a larger “G” throat and #420 backbore for trombonists who strive for a Teutonic tone quality. Recommended for euphonium players who desire a round, mellow tone of great carrying power and substantial volume. 6-1/2AM / Medium deep / 25.40 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Symphonic model tenor trombone mouthpiece features the same cup and rim as No.612A, but with symphonic “F” throat and #413 backbore. 6-34C / Medium shallow / 25.00 mm / Medium wide, well rounded. / Produces a full, clear, rather brilliant timbre. For trombonists with good, well-trained embouchures. 7 / Medium / 24.75 mm / Medium wide, not too sharp. / The ideal mouthpiece for the artist desiring a beautiful, ringing tone