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Postby bloke » Fri Jun 29, 2018 5:15 pm

Finally!
a mouthpiece supplier that offers 40mm - 50mm inner diameter rims !!!
Yes, Sellmansberger has DONE IT AGAIN, with TRUE innovation.
Be the first on your block.
Bigger is always better. :mrgreen: :tuba:

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Re: introducing new JGG-series rims !

Postby Ken Crawford » Mon Jul 02, 2018 9:15 am

bloke wrote:Bigger is always better.


I was recently perusing a late 90's edition of TUBA Journal which contained an article that made that case. Basically play the largest mouthpiece you can physically handle. Thus a PT88 was "it" for awhile.
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Re: introducing new JGG-series rims !

Postby bloke » Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:19 pm

Ken Crawford wrote:
bloke wrote:Bigger is always better.


I was recently perusing a late 90's edition of TUBA Journal which contained an article that made that case. Basically play the largest mouthpiece you can physically handle. Thus a PT88 was "it" for awhile.


These days (which cheap gigantic tubas now available...c. $6K interpolated back to late 1990's dough) it's "moderately-large mouthpieces paired up with gigantic tubas", yes?
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Re: introducing new JGG-series rims !

Postby Ken Crawford » Mon Jul 02, 2018 3:53 pm

bloke wrote:These days (which cheap gigantic tubas now available...c. $6K interpolated back to late 1990's dough) it's "moderately-large mouthpieces paired up with gigantic tubas", yes?


Well yes. "A chicken in every pot and a 6/4 tuba in every case" is where we're at today. Does the fact that tuba players always seem to desire the largest say something about the average tuba player perhaps being below average in some other way?
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Re: introducing new JGG-series rims !

Postby bloke » Mon Jul 02, 2018 8:16 pm

Ken Crawford wrote:
bloke wrote:These days (which cheap gigantic tubas now available...c. $6K interpolated back to late 1990's dough) it's "moderately-large mouthpieces paired up with gigantic tubas", yes?


Well yes. "A chicken in every pot and a 6/4 tuba in every case" is where we're at today. Does the fact that tuba players always seem to desire the largest say something about the average tuba player perhaps being below average in some other way?


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