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Yamaha Trombone Mouthpiece Comparisons

Yamaha - Wedge Trombone Mouthpiece Comparisons

When sizes are in between the smaller Wedge size is recommended

 

Yamaha  

Wedge ID in inches (mm)

Throat  in inches (mm)

Comments
45A 96E 

.96

(24.38)

.240 (6.10)

.250 (6.35)

 Strong players who want a more open feel should choose .250 throat option
45C2 96C

.96

(24.38)

 .240 (6.10)

 .250 (6.35)

Strong players who want a more open feel should choose .250 throat option
 46C2 97C

.97

(24.62)

 .240 (6.10)

 .250 (6.35)

Strong players who want a more open feel should choose .250 throat option
47 98C

.98

(24.89)

 .240 (6.10)

 .250 (6.35)

Strong players who want a more open feel should choose .250 throat option
48 100AL

1.00

(25.4)

 .265 (6.73)

Available in large, medium, and small shank

For a smaller diameter and similar cup consider 98AL

51B 101GS

1.01

(25.62)

 .265 (6.73) Available in Remington, large, medium, and small shank
51, 51C4 101G

1.01

(25.62)

 .280 (7.11)

Available in Remington, large, medium, and small shank

For slightly larger ID consider 4.5G

51D 101E

1.01

(25.62)

.285 (7.24)

Part of the euphonium line. Works well as a deep trombone mouthpiece.

52

103G

4G

1.03

(26.16)

 .275 (6.99)  Available in Remington, large, medium, and small shank
53, 54

104G

3G

1.04

(26.42)

 .275 (6.99)

 Wedge 3G is deeper than Bach 3G

Available in Remington, large shank.

59 108G

1.08

(27.43)

 .280 (7.11)  Large shank
60, YEO 114D

 1.14

(28.96)

 .310 (7.87)

Large shank

For more projection and easier upper register consider 114G

For darker sound and better low register consider 114XD