Marcinkiewicz Claude Gordon Series Trumpet Mouthpiece  

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The most consistent feel possible when changing between trumpet, cornet, and flugelhorn.

The Claude Gordon silver mouthpieces all have the same rim size and contour. This gives the most consistent feel possible when changing between trumpet, cornet, and flugelhorn. The outside design is based on Claude’s own design. This outside design has been maintained to aid in the identity of the Claude Gordon Series.

Claude Gordon 3
Designed for the bugle and used by trumpet players as well, the CG3, now called the “Claude Gordon 3” is based on an earlier Claude Gordon design, with the exception of the outside shape which was standard at the time. This mouthpiece has a bowl shaped C style cup and is shallower, (see specs.) than the Claude Gordon P model. With the permission of Patty Gordon and for identification purposes, we agreed to keep the outside shape the same as the Claude Gordon Personal mouthpiece and will do so on all other Claude Gordon designed mouthpieces within the Claude Gordon Mouthpiece Series.

Claude Gordon Personal - Mouthpiece Identification
For identification Purpose the CG Personal mouthpiece is now marked with his name spelled out and with the letter “P” for Personal. This mouthpiece is a V cup design with your choice of a #20 or #22 drill. Claude felt these and all models were aerodynamically correct and his finest achievement in mouthpiece design, enduring for a player throughout their career. It was this strong passion that led Claude to lend his name to it as the “C.G. Personal” now marked Claude Gordon P.

Features

  • Silver-plated brass
  • Consistent feel while switching horns
  • V cup design
  • Aerodynamically “correct”

Inpired by passion.

 

Claude Gordon Series Trumpet Mouthpiece Specifications:

  • Series: Claude Gordon
  • Model number: Claude Gordon 3
  • Outside cup diameter: 1.060 in. (26.92 mm)
  • Inside cup diameter: 0.682 in. (17.32 mm)
  • Cup depth: 0.453 in. (11.51 mm)
  • Drill venturi: 0.157 in. (3.99 mm)
  • Length: 3.450 in. (87.63 mm)
  • Rim: Round
  • Series: Claude Gordon
  • Model number: #20 drill
  • Outside cup diameter: 1.060 in. (26.92 mm)
  • Inside cup diameter: 0.682 in. (17.32 mm)
  • Cup depth: 0.553 in. (13.54 mm)
  • Drill venturi: 0.161 in. (4.09 mm)
  • Length: 3.450 in. (87.63 mm)
  • Rim: Round
  • Series: Claude Gordon
  • Model number: #22 drill
  • Outside cup diameter: 1.060 in. (26.92 mm)
  • Inside cup diameter: 0.682 in. (17.32 mm)
  • Cup depth: 0.553 in. (13.54 mm)
  • Drill venturi: 0.157 in. (3.99 mm)
  • Length: 3.450 in. (87.63 mm)
  • Rim: Round
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5.0

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By Cowboy

from Vienna, VA

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Pros

  • Easy To Play
  • Good Response
  • Good Tone
  • Rich Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Marcinkiewicz Claude Gordon Series Trumpet Mouthpiece:

    After a 15-year hiatus from the trumpet I recently took it up again. I purchased a Bach 3D mouthpiece and began with some scales out of Arbans. Unfortunately, the mouthpiece provided too much resistance and my lips were bottoming out in the cup. A knowledgeable pro player/instructor recommended the Claude Gordon mouthpiece by Marcinkiewicz. I bought the 22 drill and find it awesome. Not only does it allow for a free flowing air stream, it also produces a beautiful tone. The rim is somewhat thinner than most mouthpieces, but I don't need to push more air through it because of the larger than normal cup size and bore. Definitely worth a try.

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