Dunwoody Mirvil Signature Bass Trombone Mouthpiece

Giddings Mouthpieces

5109

Size Guide

Bass Trombone

Bass Trombone Rim Diameter Throat Cup Depth Rim Width
Adriano 1.0958 0.302 1.445 0.269
Mark-1 1.0958 0.295 1.268 0.270
Karif 1.135 0.302 1.275 0.25
V-Max 1.12 0.321 1.20 0.25
Chinook 1.14 0.304 1.295 0.25
Don Harwood 1.14 0.312 1.325 0.237
Bob Sanders 1.14 0.319 1.295 0.25
NY-S 1.141 0.303 1.09 0.235
NY-O 1.141 0.312 1.155 0.235
DH-100 1.15 0.31 1.35 0.245
D.Mirvil 5 1.143 0.312 1.35 0.210
Nor'Easter 1.144 0.319 1.345

While I have a clear understanding that there is no such thing as a “perfect” mouthpiece, the “D. Mirvil 5” is probably the closest thing to it. As an active performer and teacher who emphasizes the entire range of the trombone, the mouthpiece provides me the versatility to perform with a brilliant sound in the upper tessitura in orchestral settings, while also providing a rich and euphonious sound in the lower register, which would be expected from a bass trombonist. The mouthpiece also enables me to perform technical passages with ease and beautifies my lyrical playing with a vocalist’s touch.

Dunwoody Mirvil

Trombonist, Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra

Performing Artist, Conn-Selmer


Collections: Bass Trombone, Signature, Trombone

Category: Bass Trombone, BT Sig, Large, Signature

Type: Trombone

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