Bruno Tilz mouthpieces
edfitzvb last edited by
Anyone else here use Bruno Tilz mouthpieces? I find them to be very comfortable. In the end, thtat is the most important quality in a mouthpiece for me, translates to more face time
GeorgeB last edited by
It's new to me.
I believe Tilz are a popular and quality European mouthpiece, not only for modern trumpets but for historical horns and other trumpet-like horns. Till Bonner used to play one.
Dirk020 last edited by
Bruno Tilz makes a s..tload a mouthpieces, one type I know and that is the BaKo type: BaKo means Bach Kopie (copy), he makes CNC copies of Bach Mount Vernon mouthpieces.
Well, since the original Bach Mount Vernon, as well as the New York and Elkhart mouthpieces where not very consistent it's risky to just order them... You'll never know if you like them after playing them.
The build quality is very well, I ordered once a BaKo 3c and that one was way bigger than my Vincent Bach Corp. 3c, the BaKo feld more like a Vincent Bach Corp. 1 1/2c + the backbore was HUGE