ACCESSORIESMarcinkiewicz Bobby Shew 2
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In the field of brass technology, Marcinkiewicz Co. Inc. is recognized as a manufacturer of the world’s highest quality brasswind mouthpieces and hand crafted high brasswind instruments. Beginning brass Instrument repair in 1965, today Joe Marcinkiewicz is regarded as a master designer of mouthpieces and upper brass instruments. His mouthpiece design studies began in 1973 under the tutelage of legendary master designer and craftsman Burt Herrick. Manufacturing of the Marcinkiewicz Brasswind Mouthpiece began In 1983. The company produces models for many of the top players in the world today.
The Marcinkiewicz Co. Inc. is housed in their new state-of-the-art facility in Canby, Oregon. The operation is equipped with the latest computer aided design software and single point cutting technology, with CNC (Computer Numeric Control) lathes. The results are a wide range of brasswind mouthpieces that are unrivaled in quality, precision, efficiency and choice.
The company produces a full line of hand crafted high brasswind instruments. All fabrication, assembly and plating are done on site. The finished product, whether a mouthpiece or horn, reflects the perfect blend of “old world” craftsmanship and modern technology.
Whether you’re a beginner or professional player, the most critical piece of equipment is your mouthpiece. The mouthpiece is the physical connection of the wind player to their instrument. By offering an easy to understand spec system, we allow the player to find the best possible mouthpiece for their playing needs.
Marcinkiewicz Co. does not believe in student and professional model mouthpieces. A mouthpiece is simply a tool a player uses to create sound. Depending on the needs and experience level of each player, their needs will change and evolve with their playing. A wide selection of models and sizes is crucial to a player’s success. You need to use the right tool for the job, and we can help.
All Marcinkiewicz mouthpieces are arranged by cup depth from deep to shallow; the lower the number, the deeper the cup.