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Laskey Cornet Series Mouthpiece
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With over 20 years of mouthpiece making experience, Laskey never uses a trumpet mouthpiece cut short to a cornet shank. Laskey understands the instru...Click To Read More About This Product
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Optimized for cornet!
With over 20 years of mouthpiece making experience, Laskey never uses a trumpet mouthpiece cut short to a cornet shank. Laskey understands the instruments play differently, have a different feel, and produce a different timbre. Each Laskey Cornet Mouthpiece is specifically designed for the cornet.Laskey Rim Sizes
The rim size is represented by the first number (50, 60, 65, 68, etc.) which measure the approximate inside diameter of the rim. For example, an interior rim measuring .650" would be represented by the number 50. An interior of .668" would be represented by the number 68.Laskey Cornet Cups
S - Very shallow with soft entrance to throat
P - Similar to a 7E/11A
SB - Shallow funnel-style cup. Great for all-around playing and solo work
DB - Deep funnel-style cup. Best suited for brass bandLaskey Throat Sizes
A Laskey S, P, or SB cup is #27 (.144"/3.66mm) throat
A Laskey DB cup is #24 (.152"/3.86mm) throat
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- Easy To Play
- Good Response
- Good Tone
- Rich Sound
Comments about Laskey Cornet Series Mouthpiece:
I have tried many cornet mountpieces, bach, schulike, Denis Wick, and many others. By far the best one yet. Needed no break in time at all. Got the mouthpiece the day before a major practice and had time to do a few scales and lip flexability practices and had no trouble playing the main concert performance the next day. Projection, full dark sound, and ease of playing. The two horns I have used playing the Laskey are the schulike X1A and the Yamaha Neo. Both play in tune and the schulike has a range I only had in my college days, the mid '70s. Love it.