Wick HeavyTop mouthpieces are designed to reduce the amount of vibration lost through the mouthpiece. Additional mass in key areas transfers the energy much more efficiently, resulting in improved projection and stability.
Clean low register with accurate attacks. Cup diameter: 27.4mm. Rim width: 6.1mm. Throat: 7.5mm. Backbore: Barrel. Silver plated.
Slightly smaller than the 0AL. Improved high range and a more open, free blowing sound. Cup diameter: 27.1mm. Rim width: 6.1mm. Throat: 7.45mm. Backbore: Open. Silver plated.
Wider rim for improved endurance and comfort. Big, full sound. Cup diameter: 26.0mm. Rim width: 6.55mm. Throat: 7.24mm. Backbore: Barrel. Silver plated.
Deep cup for a very big, open sound and full low register. Cup diameter: 26.0mm. Rim width: 6.72mm. Throat: 7.38mm. Backbore: Barrel. Silver plated.
Ideal for orchestral playing. Full sound with resonant high register. Cup diameter: 25.75mm. Rim width: 6.64mm. Throat: 7.3mm. Backbore: Barrel. Silver plated.
Like the 5AL but with a medium deep cup. More flexible high range. Perfect for principal players. Cup diameter: 25.75mm. Rim width: 6.64mm. Throat: 6.87mm. Backbore: Medium. Silver plated.
Excellent high register with crisp, clear tone. Large shank. Cup diameter: 25.4mm. Rim width: 6.26mm. Throat: 6.66mm. Backbore: V-Type. Silver plated.
Brilliant high register and increased endurance with superb intonation. Small shank. Cup diameter: 25.4mm. Rim width: 6.26mm. Throat: 6.66mm. Backbore: V-Type. Silver plated.
The entire Denis Wick range of mouthpieces began with a mouthpiece conceived to suit the needs of the London Symphony trombone section playing in the unhelpful acoustic of the Royal Festival Hall in the 1960s. This original design (now the 4AL) has remained popular, but has generated many other types, each of which is made to fulfil a specific function. There is a characteristic clarity, warmth and beauty of sound which no other maker has been able to match. Intonation and flexibility have been brought to a state of perfection which has helped to create the highest standard of trombone playing ever, in all areas of activity.
Weight: 0.23 kg Dimensions: 5 × 5 × 11 cm
About Denis Wick mouthpieces
The first Denis Wick mouthpieces were made in 1968, and range has grown so much, that it is now one of the largest and most comprehensive in the world. They are famous for their wonderful sound and brilliant designs, and are produced to the highest technical specifications.
Special attention is paid to the rims, which are both comfortable and consistent. Special techniques are used to produce beautiful and extremely hard-wearing silver and gold plating. Many mouthpieces are available in Heritage and Heavytop formats as well as in the Classic shape.
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