Domingo Pagliuca

Giddings Mouthpieces

4021

Size Guide

Tenor Trombone

Tenor Trombone Rim Diameter Throat Cup Depth Rim Width
NB-100 1 0.278 1.005 0.25
GW-100 1 0.282 1.175 0.25
Sonny Ausman 1.008 0.264 1.15 0.285
Euros 1.008 0.282 1.09 0.242
Boreas 1.008 0.283 1.115 0.242
NB-101 1.01 0.276 1.005 0.25
GW-101 1.01 0.276 1.18 0.25
Seiji Nakazawa 1.015 0.234 1.005 0.25
Kadja 1.012 0.285 1.245 0.245
SA-100 1.02 0.26 1.14 0.235
NB-102 1.02 0.276 1.005 0.25
Gianluca Scipioni 1.0202 0.282/263 1.28 0.2756
GW-102 1.02 0.281 1.185 0.25
DJNV 1.02 0.272 1.029 0.265
Carbonaria 1.021 0.3 1.275 0.265
Joe Jefferson 1.022 0.263 1.24 0.263
E-1 1.027 0.281 1.004 0.27
EXL 1.027 0.290 1.004 0.27
GW-103 1.03 0.284 1.185 0.25
DHWA-E 1.032 0.288 1.255 0.272
DHWA-S 1.032 0.288 1.195 0.272
TZ-103 1.035 0.279 1.025 0.235
Domingo Pagliuca 1.038 0.285 1.133 0.2756
E-2 1.045 0.28 1.035 0.255
Ron Wilkins 1.063 0.282 1.002 0.255

The Boston Brass Trombone mouthpiece for Domingo Pagliuca close to the diameter of a Bach 4G  rim with a slightly more open back bore. Domingo's rim has more grip and a slightly raised point just before it drops down into the cup.

"My job in Boston Brass demands the ability of changing styles as well as performing for long periods of time. The Domingo Pagliuca Boston Brass series mouthpiece that Mr. Giddings designed suits me perfectly for that and much more. I am also constantly performing in recording sessions for the music industry and this particular mouthpiece gives the sound that I need in the different styles of music. It is simply a superb mouthpiece. Thank you Ivan." 



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