Pickett Michael Dease Trombone Mouthpiece

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Powerhouse - "This is the large shank mouthpiece that I used for my symphonic tenor trombone (.547 bore) for nearly all of my solo, ensemble, performance and recording work.  To fit my embouchure needs, we crafted a mouthpiece that had the room and comfort of an orchestral mouthpiece with the quicker response of a soloist’s piece.  The rim is very comfortable and it’s slightly heavier than stock." - Dease

Clarity - "When I play a smaller tenor trombone (under .525 bore and 8” bell), I’m looking for that magic balance of projection, core, warmth and a hint of darkness.  For playing styles like funk, big band & traditional jazz, it has to hold an edge when you want it to cut through the ensemble.  Similar to a vintage 6.5 sized mouthpiece that I love, it is updated with Pickett’s rim and weight that makes this my new favorite small shank mouthpiece." - Dease

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