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Perantucci 10 Mouthpiece

Postby Chris Olka » Thu Jan 04, 2018 9:19 pm

...who can tell me about it. Interested...got one and it’s old but works well on this Hagen 6/4 BBb that I’m testing. Any help?
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Re: Perantucci 10 Mouthpiece

Postby kathott » Thu Jan 04, 2018 9:28 pm

According to the old numbering system, the #10 morphed into the PT 88. They should really publish the old series for the consumers clarification.
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Re: Perantucci 10 Mouthpiece

Postby Chris Olka » Thu Jan 04, 2018 9:38 pm

Thanks!
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Re: Perantucci 10 Mouthpiece

Postby Wes Krygsman » Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:19 pm

For my four valve rotary 6/4 Cerveny 601 BBb, the Miraphone TU-23 or the old C4 works amazingly. Actually thought I had a dud of a horn, but plugged in that mouthpiece and it lit it up. It became easy to play.

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Re: Perantucci 10 Mouthpiece

Postby doublebuzzing » Fri Jan 05, 2018 12:44 am

Hey, Chris, what do you plan to use the BBb for in the orchestra? The Russians mainly?
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Re: Perantucci 10 Mouthpiece

Postby Chris Olka » Fri Jan 05, 2018 7:32 am

Wes Krygsman wrote:For my four valve rotary 6/4 Cerveny 601 BBb, the Miraphone TU-23 or the old C4 works amazingly. Actually thought I had a dud of a horn, but plugged in that mouthpiece and it lit it up. It became easy to play.

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Thanks for the info. I’ll look at those as well. Not really sure what rep, other than the obvious Russian and German stuff. If the horn is friendly enough, who knows? This Hagen is really nice....
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Re: Perantucci 10 Mouthpiece

Postby pwhitaker » Fri Jan 05, 2018 5:21 pm

The Joseph Klier mouthpieces - http://josefklier.de/mouthpieces/tuba/?lang=en" target="_blank - 1AA in particular (for me) work very well with large German horns.
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Re: Perantucci 10 Mouthpiece

Postby djwpe » Fri Jan 05, 2018 8:05 pm

Chris-

Looking forward to hearing your take on the Hagen. I have a 5/4 Hagen which I love.

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Re: Perantucci 10 Mouthpiece

Postby Mark » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:32 pm

Chris Olka wrote:...who can tell me about it. Interested...got one and it’s old but works well on this Hagen 6/4 BBb that I’m testing. Any help?
Thanks!


You might also like the Miraphone TU-33 mouthpiece. It reminds me of your CB2 but with a bowl shaped cup.
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Re: Perantucci 10 Mouthpiece

Postby Erik_Sweden » Sat Jan 06, 2018 11:48 am

Chris, will you put up a video of your test of the Hagen ?
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PT Current and earlier model designations

Postby Robert Tucci » Sat Jan 06, 2018 12:34 pm

Dear Chris and Colleagues,

Here is the information which brought up the discussion:

PT-3 PT-30
PT-12 PT-31
PT-2 PT-32
PT-21 PT-34
PT-1 PT-36
PT-1S PT-38
PT-44
PT-48
PT-20 PT-50
PT-8 PT-60
PT-8 „S“ PT-62
PT-9 PT-64
PT-19 PT-66
PT-7 PT-68
PT-70 Based on the PT-7, with a fuller cup.
PT-25 „S“ PT-72
PT-17 PT-80
PT-23 PT-82
PT-26 PT-83
PT-25 PT-84
PT-0 PT-86
PT-10 PT-88

Most of these have stood the test of time: current models continue to be subject to continued refinement.

The Canadian Brass Heritage Series (MB-50, MB-64, MB-83 and MB-88) has the rather elegant classic outside shell. These are suggested for musicians who like the response of the earlier, lighter PT mouthpieces. The MB-50 sells well.

Please note that I no longer supply the former distributor with Perantucci mouthpieces and cannot guarentee the quality of what they may offer or where such mouthpieces come from. All genuine Perantucci mouthpieces are available from my shop. The new RT (Robert Tucci) line, currently nine models, is available from dealers indicated on the robert-tucci.com web-site.

The original discussion moved off topic. The "Hagan" is of course an excellent contrabass tuba. My favorite "Hagan" (Goetterdaemmerung) was Gottlob Frick: he had an amazing voice and was fond of the tuba!

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Re: Perantucci 10 Mouthpiece

Postby Norlan Bewley » Sat Jan 06, 2018 2:27 pm

Chris, please continue to post your results with the BBb tuba. I have a Holton HP 331 and a Holton 345 (1974-75) BBb.

I've always preferred the BBb to the CC, which often gets strange looks from most pro tuba players. Other musicians don't ever seem to care.
Harvey Phillips and I had a few discussions over the years as to why the CC tuba became the standard and his best conclusion was tradition.
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