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Warburton : Gail Robertson Large
Warburton : Gail Robertson Large
Trombone Mouthpiece- Gail Robertson model - Big shank - Inner diameter: 26.16 mm - Outer diameter: 39.62 mm - Cup: Deep - Bore: 7.4 mm (L) - Comparable to Bach 3G - Material: Bronze - Silver-plated
Warburton : Demondrae Thurman (L)
Warburton : Demondrae Thurman (L)
Mouthpiece for Euphonium- Demondrae Thurman Signature model - Inner diameter: 26.16 mm (comparable to Bach 3G) - Outer diameter: 41.15 mm - Deep cup - Medium-wide rim - Bore: 7.37 mm - Big shank (L) - Silver-plated
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 4 T small
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 4 T small
Backbore for Tenor Trombone- With small shank - Standard model - Ø 6.35 mm bore - Silver-plated - The T series is the standard series for tenor trombone - The number 1 is the smallest and 6 the largest backbore
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 11M
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 11M
Cup for Tenor Trombone- Inner diameter: 25.15 mm - Silver-plated - All tenor cups should be used with a tenor backbore - The M-cup is favoured by Big Band musicians - medium cup with a modified "V" shape
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 8M
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 8M
Cup for Tenor Trombone- Inner diameter: 26.16 mm - Comparable to Bach 5, Schilke 51 or Denis Wick 4 - All tenor cups should be used with a tenor backbore - The M-cup is favoured by Big Band musicians - medium cup with a modified "V" shape - Silver-plated
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 12M
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 12M
Cup for Tenor Trombone- Inner diameter: 24.89 mm - Comparable to Bach 7, Schilke 48 or Denis Wick 9 - All tenor cups should be used with a tenor backbore - The M-cup is preferred by big-band players - Medium cup with a modified "V" shape - Silver-plated
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 10ST
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 10ST
Top for tenor trombone- Inner diameter: 25.40 mm - Comparable to Bach 6-1/2, Schilke 50 or Denis Wick 5 - This cup should be used with ST backbore - The "Symphony" cup does what it promises: the big cup produces the ultimate sound - Silver-plated
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 8D
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 8D
Cup for Tenor Trombone- Inner diameter: 26.16 mm - Comparable to Bach 5, Schilke 51 or Denis Wick 4 - All tenor cups should be used with a tenor backbore - The D-cup produces the biggest sound and is the most popular model - Silver-plated
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 7ST
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 7ST
Top for tenor trombone- Inner diameter: 26.16 mm - This cup should be used with ST backbore - The "Symphony" models are exactly that: The large cup volume produces the ultimate in sound - Silver-plated
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 7M
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 7M
Cup for Tenor Trombone- Inner diameter: 26.16 mm - All tenor cups should be used with a tenor backbore - The M-cup is preferred by big-band players - Medium cup with a modified "V" shape - Silver-plated
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 3 T* small
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 3 T* small
Backbore for Tenor Trombone- With small shank - Standard model - Ø 6.35 mm bore - Silver-plated - The T - The number 1 is the smallest and 6 the largest backbore
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 3 T small
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 3 T small
Backbore for Tenor Trombone- With small shank - Standard model - Ø 6.35 mm bore - Silver-plated - The T series is the standard series for tenor trombone - The number 1 is the smallest and 6 the largest backbore
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 3 ST large
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 3 ST large
Backbore for tenor trombone- Symphony tenor - With a big shank - Standard model - 6.76 mm bore - Silver-plated - There are three sizes of the ST Backbore, numbered from 1-3, with 1 being the smallest and 3 being the largest.
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 5 T small
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 5 T small
Backbore for Tenor Trombone- With small shank - Standard model - Ø 6.35 mm bore - Silver-plated - The T series is the standard series for tenor trombone - The number 1 is the smallest and 6 the largest backbore
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 2 ST large
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 2 ST large
Backbore for Tenor Trombone- Symphony tenor - With large shank - Standard model - Ø 6.76 mm bore - Silver-plated - There are three sizes of the ST backbore, numbered from 1-3, with 1 being the smallest and 3 being the largest
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 1 ST large
Warburton : Tenor Backbore 1 ST large
Backbore for Tenor Trombone- Symphony tenor - With large shank - Standard model - Ø 6.76 mm bore - Silver-plated - There are three sizes of the ST backbore, numbered from 1-3, with 1 being the smallest and 3 being the largest
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 7D
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 7D
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Cup for Tenor Trombone- Inner diameter: 26.16 mm - All tenor cups should be used with a tenor backbore - The D-cup produces the biggest sound and is the most popular model - Silver-plated
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 8ST
Warburton : Tenor trombone Top 8ST
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Top for tenor trombone- Inner diameter: 26.16 mm - Silver-plated - Comparable to Bach 5, Schilke 51 or Denis Wick 4 - This cup should be used with a ST backbore - The "Symphony" models are exactly that: The large cup volume produces the ultimate in sound
Warburton : Hubertus Schmidt Tenor
Warburton : Hubertus Schmidt Tenor
Warburton trombone mouthpiece, Model "Hubiemeister Tenor", together with Hubertus Schmidt designed with a slightly shallower cup than a standard 4G, but deeper than the 4GS, great to use as a "workhorse" piece to provide comfort on long, demanding performances, outer diameter: 1.585", inner diameter
Warburton : Hubertus Schmidt ST-L
Warburton : Hubertus Schmidt ST-L
Warburton trombone mouthpiece, Model "Hubiemeister ST-L", together with Hubertus Schmidt designed to be used with a small tenor with a double bore .525 slide, it has a slightly shallower cup, similar to the GS cup, outer diameter: 1.585", inner diameter: 1.028", bore .277", silver plated