The Pickett "Tromba 1" is a classic take on the Baroque trumpet mouthpiece, with a large volume bowl cup similar to a 1C, a flat yet slightly modified rim, a #22 throat, and a traditional stepped backbore.
It comes with interchangeable backbores so you can use it on either a historic replica or on an instrument with a modern receiver.
The Tromba 1 provides more flexibility when playing without vents (as a natural trumpet), and works equally well when playing with vents, making for an overall more authentic "Baroque" experience.
The "Tromba 1" was named by and is played by BfB Baroque teaching artist Josh Cohen!
Tromba 1M (1 piece): For use with modern trumpet receiver. This is the least expensive option for use with the BfB Baroque™
Tromba 1 (3 piece): Tromba 1 Top and interchangeable backbores for use with a historical replica or modern trumpet receiver
Tromba 1 Top: Upper part only
Tromba 1 Baroque Backbore: Use with Tromba 1 Top to play on a historical replica
Tromba 1 Modern Backbore: Use with Tromba 1 Top to play with modern trumpet receiver
See Kathryn Adduci play the BfB Baroque™ with the Pickett "Tromba 1," comparing it to her Egger played with a Naumann mouthpiece.
See Josh Cohen play the Pickett "Tromba 1" on both a historical replica and the BfB Baroque™: