*Please note: Some bass trombones, for example some vintage King models, have an extra deep receiver. If your mouthpiece inserts more than 1.25 inches (31 mm) into your leadpipe be sure to select the BT Deep Receiver option when ordering bass trombone mouthpieces.
The Gen2 104G is similar in size and playing characteristics to a Bach 3G. It is a popular orchestral mouthpiece for those with a strong embouchure who want a big sound. It is also an excellent euphonium mouthpiece with the large shank or baritone mouthpiece with the small shank option. The 104G has a .280 throat.
The Gen2 106G is similar in size and playing characteristics to a Bach 2G. It is a popular crossover mouthpiece between tenor and bass trombone for players who double on one or the other instrument. It is also an excellent euphonium mouthpiece. The 106G has a .280 throat.
The Gen2 108G is similar to a Bach 1-1/2G, but with a wider, more comfortable rim. The ID of the 108G is 1.08 inches, measured at .05 inches into the cup. This mouthpiece has an LS3 large shank with a .280 throat.
The Gen2 110G is similar to a Bach 1-1/4G, but with a wider, more comfortable rim. This mouthpiece has an LS3 shank with a .280 throat. The ID is 1.10 inches measured at .05 inches into the cup.
The 114D Gen2 Bass trombone mouthpiece is similar in diameter and cup depth to a Schilke 60 or Bach 1G.
The Giannini Gen 2 114D was developed in conjunction with Italian jazz bass trombonist Giancarlo Giannini. The rim diameter is the same as our 114D bass trombone mouthpiece with cup depth similar to the S59 (Wedge version of Schilke 59). This combination produces a very efficient mouthpiece for those players who like a large diameter and cup that is not as deep as our 114D mouthpiece. It provides excellent sound throughout all registers from the bottom of the horn to the high range, with improved upper register support and better endurance for most players compared to the 1G.
The 114XD Gen 2 Bass trombone mouthpiece is similar in cup depth to a Hammond 21BXL.