Breslmair Rim
  • Ø: diameter
  •  All specs in millimeter

G: Standard edge of the Breslmair G-series, very good sound results

inner Ø  16,722 outside Ø  27,500  Ø between highest points rim 21,032

 

1C: Rim similar to a Bach 1C (copy)

inner Ø16,950 outside Ø  27,261 Ø between highest points rim 20,511

 

2C: Copy of a Bach 2C rim.

inner Ø  16,629 outside Ø  26,893 Ø between highest points rim xxx

 

 

V: Similar Bach 1 1/4, very good results

inner Ø 16,877 outside Ø  27,315 Ø between highest points rim 21,019

 

V2: Copy of a Bach 1 1/4, modified.

inner Ø  16,677 Ø diameter 27,115 Ø between highest points rim 20,819

 

V16-E: Edge from original V rim narrowed by 0.4 mm

inner Ø  16,477 Ø diameter 26,915 Ø between highest points rim 20,619

 

14: Similar to Schilke 14, Szoltan Kellner, Baden, 2004

inner Ø  16,610 outside Ø 27,157 Ø between highest points rim 20,616

 

14X: Adam Rixer, Luxembourg, to Bach 1 1 / 4C Mt. Vernon

inner Ø  16,913 outside Ø  27,426 Ø between highest points rim 20,960

 

114-i: Copy of a Bach 1 1/4C rim.

inner Ø  16,994 outside Ø  27,498 Ø between highest points rim 21,015

E4-G: According to Hans Gansch, Old Viennese border, similar to 15E4

inner Ø  16,633 outside Ø  27,626 Ø between highest points rim 20,790

 

112: Similar to V. Bach 1 1/2

inner Ø  16,645 outside Ø  27,210 Ø between highest points rim 20,449

 

GT: Gabor Tarkoevy, Berlin Philharmonic

inner Ø  16,656 outside Ø  27,472 Ø between highest points rim 20,609

 

L: Rand Prof. J. Levora, teacher of Prof. J. Pomberger (Vienna Philharmonic)

inner Ø  16,780 outside Ø  27,376 Ø between highest points rim 20,854

 

H: Copy of a Bach 1 1/2C rim and modified.

inner Ø  16,829 outside Ø  27,432 Ø between highest points rim 20,681

 

12X: Copy of a Bach 1 1/2C rim.

 

3C: Rim Tamas Velenczei (Berliner Philharmoniker), after Bach 3C Mt. Vernon

inner Ø  16,824 outside Ø  27,300 Ø between highest points rim 20,809

 

4X: According to D.Wick 4X, Helmut Demmer, Lower Austria Tonkünstler

inner Ø  16,876 outside Ø  28,199 Ø between highest points rim 20,923

 

K: Inner edge corresponds to G, little wider than G

inner Ø  16,721 outside Ø  28,001 Ø between highest points rim 21,290

 

A:  Round, pleasant edge, Breslmair 1986

inner Ø  16,606 outside Ø  27,799 Ø between highest points rim 21,010

 

3-G: Copy of a Bach 3 rim ( after the mouthpiece of Arnold Mehl)

inner Ø  16,694 outside Ø  27,229 Ø between highest points rim 20,743

 

L8-C: Edge L narrowed to bowl width 15.8, high quality piccolo rim

inner Ø  16,180 outside Ø  26,776 Ø between highest points rim 20,254

 

7D-B:  Similar Bach 7DW from 1988, wide and pleasantly tight

inner Ø  15,974 outside Ø  27,875 Ø between highest points rim 19,998

 

BB-C: Rim for Piccolo, Karl Breslmair  *1975

inner Ø  16,096 outside Ø  27,890 Ø between highest points rim 21,000

 

7EW-D: Copy of a Bach 7EW rim.

 

HH: Copy of the Toshi mouthpiece played by Håkan Hardenberger.

Similar to a Bach 2C rim but a little more flat.

 

5C-G: Copy of a Bach 5C rim.

 

 

 

* All rims can be made in even more different materials by request! Through the contact page, you can ask me for prices for Acryl rims (plastic) and wooden rims!

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