Bass Trom players seem to be on a never ending quest to find the 'right' mouthpiece. That being the one that works for their physical make-up and the particular model of bass bone that they play.AndyCat said:After trying many (Schilke 59 +60, Bach 1G, 1.25G etc, Stork) I've plumped for a Doug Yeo Signature on my Yam 613.
So that's how you produce the volume you do! Heard you at the Open last year giving it some impressive stick - more than my personal taste, I must admit, but that's what people want, especially from top bands.BoozyBTrom said:After years of experimenting :wink: :wink: . And looking at mouthpieces
i have ended up on a Josef Klier 03AK its a contra bass trom mouthpiece but works really well down the bottom. And the tuning doesnt go too off when up a height.