THE DIAMOND SURFACE FOR MOUTHPIECES
100% made in Austria 🇦🇹
100% artificial diamond
0% metal smell
0% metal taste
0% cold sores
0% allergic reaction
Due to high order volumes and high pretreatment expense your delivery might take longer than usual.
News: March 2023
Only Raw Brass mouthpieces be allowed for the coating process.
For the incoming mouthpieces a solution will be found.
More News on March 10th 2023.
Thank you for your understanding.
How to get Diamond Brass?
The only thing you have to do:
Send your mouthpiece to us.
NOTE: raw brass and uncoated only!
We take care of the following steps of the refining process.
We will return your mouthpiece to you 4-5 weeks after the coating date.
St. Anna-Weg 13
AUSTRIA | EU
Send in your mouthpiece by this date, then you will be playing on diamond in the following weeks.
Further coating dates in 2023:
Quartal III. July 10th
Quartal IV. Nov 6th
to play on Diamond Brass:
1. Pleasant playing feel
2. No metallic surface
3. Taste and odor neutrality
4. Biocompatible product
5. Antibacterial property
6. No more cold sores and skin irritations
7. Great tone in all registers - aids in flexibility
8. Inert to acids and bases
9. Heat retaining property
10. A distinctive product with a unique refining
All 10 steps to get Diamond Brass (checklist)
1.) Take your mouthpiece (raw brass only) and wrap it in paper-towels/newspaper.
2.) Place the wrapped mouthpiece in a shipping package.
3.) Include a small piece of paper with your address for the return shipment.
4.) Make sure that the package is completely full with filling material.
5.) Send the mouthpiece to us:
St. Anna-Weg 13
AUSTRIA | Europe
6.) Send the package tracked with a tracking number.
7.) Send the tracking number to us for a safely package arrival.
We will let you know as soon as your mouthpiece has arrived and also tell you the week in which you will receive it again.
Your mouthpiece will be returned to you 4-5 weeks after the coating date. You will receive a tracking number and the invoice by email.
8.) Transfer the amount stated on the invoice.
9.) Let us know as soon as you have received your mouthpiece back.
10.) We look forward to your feedback.
Enjoyable to play.
Playing on Diamond Brass is perceived as very pleasant. This can be confirmed by the many positive feedbacks from our customers, especially our professional musicians. The pleasant feeling results in a higher quality in the technical facets of playing, such as sound and flexibility.
Mass and size remain constant
very good dimensional accuracy and contour fidelity
high corrosion protection
heat retaining property
high micro hardness - approx. 3,600 HV
high corrosion protection
high chemical resistance
Outstanding barrier effect against the secretion of allergenic ions (e.g. nickel)
No skin irritation
No cold sores
100% antibacterial property
100% Biocompatible & Bioinert
More and more professional musicians worldwide are playing on Diamant.
Join the Diamond Brass community too.
On the artist-page you will find a list of prof. musicians using Diamond Brass. I
In response to your request they are happy to answer your questions and specifically to provide a brief reference to our product.
About the founder:
I'm Maximilian Petz, born in 1998 and raised in Ehrwald, Tyrol. During my time at Musikgymnasium Innsbruck, an upper secondary focussing on education in music, I wanted a new golden suface on my mouthpiece, because the old one dropped of and the raw brass was showing. I spoke to a trombone colleague from my hometown wind band about that issue, who is also a coating-physician. After some discussion about the wanted properties of a good surface we decided to give "Artificial Diamond" a try. Practice sessions showed that this is an incredible innovation. Some months later I got to speak with Dany Bonvin (Munich Phil.) about the black mouthpiece and let him feel the coating. He was instantly excited about my product and wanted to try a "black mouthpiece" too. I thought, when Usain Bolt wants a running-shoe from you, you shouldn‘t hesitate to produce one of him and the same goes for Dany Bonvin. I founded the company Diamond Brass, in order to serve all those people, who want the opportunity to play on an innovative diamond-coated surface.
My actual job is making music as a basstrombonist, organist and music writer for my ensemble "Austrian Brass Consort". Currently I am studying at the Munich University of Music and Theater with Prof. Quirin Willert and Prof. Benjamin Appel. (both Munich phil.)
But what I really enjoy is getting to know other musicians like you and seeing how Diamond Brass excellerates progress, motivation and joy in playing.
I'm very open to your suggestions, or be it just a typical brass discussion about instrument, mouthpiece and literature.
I'm looking forward to your message!
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