|Description||Pyne Clarinet Mouthpiece JX Model||D'Addario Reserve Bb Clarinet Mouthpiece|
German Style B-Flat clarinet mouthpiece produces a dark warm sound.
|Clark W. Fobes Student Mouthpiece Debut||Vandoren Bb Clarinet Traditional Series Black Diamond Mouthpiece BD7|
Vandoren Clarinet Mouthpieces Standard Series for B Flat Clarinet. 5RV, 5RV Lyre, B46, B40, B40 Lyre, B45, B45 Dot, M30, M30 Lyre, and 5JB facings.
|Content||Available with medium-close, medium facings. Crafted from extra-fine (Qualit Suprieure) hard rubber, they are fully hand-finished, extensively play-tested during completion and are prepared with the Pyne/Clarion exclusive hand-applied composite facing technique.||X0 1.00mm (close), X5 1.05mm (medium), and X10 1.10mm (medium open).|
A Boehm system mouthpiece specially adapted to the German clarinet
and the "Reform Boehm"?, offered in two models: the M30D and B40D. The
length and diameter of the shank, the bore, the appearance of the tip rail and
the external shape are the components of this new concept, which offers a
perfect balance between a very warm sound and great intonation.
56 rue Lepic reeds are more particularly recommended for these mouthpieces.
|This mouthpiece shares the same sound qualities as the BD5 and has a remarkable ease of emission and articulation.
The Black Diamond Ebonite mouthpiece features a new internal and external design. These developments offer the musician a full sound, rich in depth and color, especially in the upper register of the clarinet.|
5JB A very open tip, long facing, the jazz mouthpiece.
B45 Lyre The sound of the B40 and the comfort of the B45.
B40 Designed to use soft reeds without sacrificing the sound quality of a stronger reed (centered and compact).
B45 Universally acclaimed, it is the most popular mouthpiece. Designed for the symphonic orchestra player.
B45 Dot Large chambered mouthpiece produces excellent full round sound.
B46 Ideal for the dance musician with classical background or the symphonic clarinetist desiring more tip opening.
5RV Lyre Responsive, easy to control in all registers, excellent for students. For symphonic and chamber music.
5RV World famous 5RV is virtually a professional standard of comparison.
M30 for those seeking a more open facing and using slightly softer reeds. Produces a larger sound and requires a little more air to produce the sound.