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heinz gries

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« on: Aug 28, 2017, 01:46PM »

I would like to share my experience with Romera brass.
Their website is really great. Overview of the numbering system makes it easy to order. Good contact, emails are answered almost immediately.
Toni Romera is a very nice guy.
I ordered two mouthpieces. An alto with a cup deep of 22 mm and a
throat of 5.5 mm, and a jazz, cup deep 25 mm throat 6.0 mm.
Both with the round rim. You can choose between a rounded rim,
like Bach or a flat rim like Wick. The workmanship is first class.
The mouthpieces are slightly heavier than a standard Bach.
The round rim provides a secure hold on the lips. The response is great.
Tone binding is easier than with any other mouthpiece i have played.
You can have all models also with screw rims, brass or plastic and in large or small shank version.

Romera mouthpiece  Good!


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« Reply #1 on: Aug 28, 2017, 03:02PM »

My main piece for alto for the last 15 years is a "Romera Brass Ricardo Casero Alt". It's a 6½ rim (really comfortable) with 12C cup. I've tried many mouthpieces for alto, but I always go back to my Romera.

On the other hand, the Romera Brass aluminum with copper bottom straight mute is amazing, is the best straight I've ever played.

Romera Brass products are great!!

Principal trombone, Almerķa City Orchestra.
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