Bach Model 3427EW Classic 7EW Flugelhorn Mouthpiece in Silver Plate BRAND NEW
This mouthpiece is brand new in original packaging.
Find the best mouthpiece for your individual embouchure. When selecting a mouthpiece, a brass instrumentalist should choose one with a solid, compact tone of large volume. A carefully selected Bach mouthpiece can help improve a player's embouchure, attack, tonguing and endurance. Because no two players have the same lip or tooth formation, what is perfect for one may be entirely unsuitable for the other. Bach produces many different models so that each player can find the best mouthpiece for their individual embouchure. A mouthpiece consists of the rim, cup, throat, and backbore. Bringing these various components into proper relationship constitutes the art of superior mouthpiece production. In choosing a special combination of rim, cup, throat and backbore designs, consider the effects of each. Find the best mouthpiece for your individual embouchure.
A mouthpiece consists of the rim, cup, throat, and backbore. Bringing these various components into proper relationship constitutes the art of superior mouthpiece production. In choosing a special combination of rim, cup, throat and backbore designs, consider the effects of each.
- Wide: Increases endurance
- Narrow: Improves flexibility, range
- Round: Improves comfort
- Sharp: Increases brilliance, precision of attack
- Model numbers progress numerically from model #1 with the largest cup diameter, to model #20C with the smallest cup diameter.
- Large: Increases volume, control
- Small: Relieves fatigue, weakness
- Deep: Darkens tone, especially in low register
- Shallow: Brightens tone, improves response, especially in high register
- Cup depths are notated with letters. "A" cups are the deepest; standard cups have no letter designation; progressively shallower cups are marked B through F.
- Large: Increases blowing freedom, volume, tone; sharpens high register (largest sizes also sharpen low register
- Small: Increases resistance, endurance, brilliance; flattens high register
Except in general terms, it isn't possible to identify backbores by size because they also vary in shape. Various combinations of size and shape make the tone darker or more brilliant, raise or lower the pitch in one or more registers, increase or decrease volume. In each instance, the effect depends in part on the throat and cup used in combination with the backbore.
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