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Classic / romantic trumpet mouthpieces

Almost all the mouthpieces in this series are true to original copies of historical original mouthpieces or drawings of originals. The only change is that we have provided the shank with the diameter and cone that is common today for historical trumpets in order to avoid adaptation work on instruments. This was possible with each mouthpiece without having to change the backbore.

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ModelDescriptionCup ØOutside ØThroat ØLengthRim shape
KNE-5Mouthpiece for keyed trumpet after Andreas Nemetz. Bright, but not too cutting sound. Well suited for keyed trumpets.17.5028.504.081Flat
KEH-5Early Classical mouthpiece after Ernst Johann Conrad Haas. Through the very large bore, this mouthpiece plays like a large mouthpiece, although the cup volume is rather small. Well suited for all kinds of long trumpets and invention trumpets.
17.8028.805.992Flat
KSE-6Classical mouthpiece after Michael Saurle. With V-shaped cup giving it a well rounded sound. Well suited for all kinds of classical trumpets.17.2027.704.585Flat
KSE-4Classical mouthpiece after Michael Saurle. With V-shaped cup giving it a well rounded sound. Well suited for all kinds of classical trumpets.18.2028.054.585Flat
KSB-4Classical mouthpiece after Michael Saurle. With V-shaped cup giving it a well rounded sound. Well suited for all kinds of classical trumpets.18.0028.354.690Flat
KFG-3Classical mouthpiece after Carl Benjamin Flemming. Large, bright sound, fast response, very flexible and very well functioning in high registers. Well suited for long trumpets and invention trumpets.18.5029.504.591Flat
ROC-3Romantic mouthpiece after Antoine Courtois. Big and full tone and great flexibility. Suits all french romantic trumpets and is well suited for both high and low registers.18.7027.084.290Rounded
TF-6Romantic mouthpiece for low F trumpet17.0027.554.089Rounded
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