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He wanted a brighter version of it that could also be used in the Salsa bands but still be suitable for symphony venues.Domingo visited the factory and worked with Terry through several changes to the RS5 model - mainly adding a slight V shape to the bottom - to achieve the result Domingo was looking for.The backbore designs complement the cup shapes and further assist in the "fine-tuning" of the sound. It is worth noting that these models were designed for the large tenor; it is not just a tenor backbore with a large shank. The Warburton 6T mouthpiece feels very secure in all registers and in all volumes, in all situations."From the moment I played the first note on the Warburton 6T mouthpiece I knew that this was something special for me. I've played the same horn (King Silver Sonic 3B) for more than 30 years and in that same time I've used about 4 different mouthpieces. I love it." Ed Neumeisterread more about Ed here...Rick Stout 4: Inside Diameter - compares to Bach 4GOutside Diameter - 1.545"Rim Contour - comfortable Cup - deep Bore size is .290" (L)Rick Stout 5: Same cup design as RS4 except inside diameter compares to Bach 5G Order your Rick Stout Model here More Info at Keith's Customer Testimonial page Inside Diameter - .960"Outer Diameter - 1.515"Cup Style: Medium Bowl Bore: 1/4" (0.250" - size E)Backbore Options: T1 - T6 (Keith uses the #3) Order your Keith Oshiro Top here More Info at Scott's Customer Testimonial page Inside Diameter - .980"Outside Diameter - 1.510"Cup Style - Medium Bowl Bore size is .250" (size E)Great for lead trombone players!Order your Scott Whitfield model here Domingo had been playing our RS5 model which was working very well for symphony use.She wore a blue apron and a short dress that barely covered her black panties revealing a couple of seductive hips.

She didn\'t notice a guy who slowly approached her from behind and suddenly grabbed her hand.The backbores are maximized for tone production and projection.I cannot begin to describe how much I like the 4GD, it is the perfect fit for my Yamaha 842S Euphonium.The WARBURTON system facilitates the brass player's choosing of a mouthpiece with the optimum combination of rim diameter, cup style and depth, and backbore.This unique ability allows a player to fit together a mouthpiece that will best balance sound and resistance with his own instrument.The comfortable rim, the quick response and ease of articulation makes every register just sing out.


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