Parker Dunkel Bass Trombone Mouthpiece

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Parker Dunkel Bass Trombone Mouthpiece

Post by ssking2b » Fri Sep 17, 2021 7:59 am

I just got a Parke Dunkel bass trombone mouthpiece. Stainless steel (implant grade), with a titanium H-coated rim. Excellent piece! No loss of focus at soft volumes, like other stainless steel pieces I have tried, including the G&W pieces. In fact, this is the first stainless steel piece I have ever really liked.

Here is a link to the site:

http://www.parkermouthpieces.com/trombo ... mouthpiece

Has anyone else had any experience with this piece? It's roughly the size of the Marc 105 I have played for years, but slightly different. It does have a thinner rim, but the contour of the rim is exceptionally comfortable to me.
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Re: Parker Dunkel Bass Trombone Mouthpiece

Post by johnnymack » Wed Oct 13, 2021 12:56 pm

I have a Parker / Dunkel.
Nice mouthpiece
Not my 1st choice for general use
I find the rim dimensions feel smaller than what is listed
I use the 30.00mm as it feels closer to a 29.50( My size) than the 29.50 Houser Rim.
FWIW
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