Dating bach trumpet mouthpieces
It simply said "Vincent Bach Corp" Sometime after Selmer bought the Bach Company, (after 1963) they started putting the (.) back on.
In the early 1990's (I think around 1993 or 94) we started manufacturing the mpc's sans the word "Corp.".
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Brendan plays exclusively on trumpet mouthpieces custom made for him by Toshiaki Kameyama! Both Aneel and I are having some work done on mouthpieces in Japan, by world famous mouthpiece guru Toshiaki Kameyama.
he entered into compulsory military service in the Imperial Navy, worked as an elevator operator, and then was re-conscripted during which time he served as a military musician in the Austrian Marine Band.Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Timeframe Lettering Image circa 1920’s VINCENT BACH, NEW YORK circa 1920’s VINCENT BACH CORP.Top Postmaster: If not delivered with 5 days Return to Vincent Bach Corp. Vernon, NY Contains Merchandise Postmaster: This parcel Read More A great example of early New York Mouthpiece mouthpiece packaging used when shipping to customers. Brass Boulevard and East 218th Street New York City, U. To Read More As with many mouthpiece manufacturers, Bach also had cases for the multiple mouthpieces for dealers.
These are rare to find today; here’s some fine examples from Fred Cirksena at Quality Brass.
When he left the military the second time, Vincent decided to defy his family’s wishes and pursued a career as a solo cornetist touring Europe.