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Mouthpieces

Wycliffe Gordon Signature Series Mouthpiece Line

Pickett Brass has helped me develop the Wycliffe Gordon Signature Pro Trombone Mouthpiece line. Full sound, open feel, and flexibility like no other. Balanced mass coupled with a comfortable rim (diameter 25.95 mm) has resulted in a responsive and natural playing mouthpiece.  From a beginner model starting at just $99 to a pro mouthpiece played by Wycliffe, you are sure to find something that feels great and gives you the sound you desire.

Wycliffe Gordon Model Hybrid Mouthpiece–the “Wybrid”

Many people ask “what kind of mouthpiece is that?!” Introducing the Wycliffe Gordon Model Hybrid mouthpiece, better known as the “Wybrid.” This new mouthpiece was designed with the trombonist in mind, but who also wants to play trumpet. No more embouchure hassles of going back and forth to different rims. This mouthpiece solves all of those problems and is a true joy to play. It features a hybrid trombone rim with a distinctive cup and trumpet match throat and backbore, and minimized overall weight.

“I LOVE this mouthpiece!…it’s THE answer for the crossover musician.”   -Wycliffe Gordon

Wycliffe uses BandTool

Wycliffe Gordon with Steve Allen of BandTool

Me when purchasing my BandTool! I love this product–I have several them and they are a lifesaver when I travel and need a quick repair.

In fact I love it so much that I’m offering a special discount just for purchasing one!   Visit their website and enter the PROMO CODE wgtbone to get your special discount!

Wycliffe Plays Yamaha

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