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Schilke Standard Series Cornet Mouthpiece Group I in Silver
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Schilke Silver Cornet Mouthpiece SeriesWhen choosing a Schilke mouthpiece the first number is the cup diameter, the first letter that follows is the ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Schilke Silver Cornet Mouthpiece Series
When choosing a Schilke mouthpiece the first number is the cup diameter, the first letter that follows is the cup volume, the second number represents the rim contour, and finally the second letter refers to the backbore.
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Comments about Schilke Standard Series Cornet Mouthpiece Group I in Silver:
I played the 14a4a on my trumpet for 30 years. I've recently switched to cornet (we'll see how it goes, but so far I'm loving it). I like my new sound with the cornet and deep cup British-style mouthpiece, but sometimes I need that mmph the 14a4a gives me. It turns the cornet into a trumpet, sort of, and allows me to project and cut through compared to my deep cornet mouthpiece. Though the 14a4a can be a little edgy and thin, I know I can always count on it to make the sizzle happen or just get me through a tough gig. It's an A+ mouthpiece when used what it is designed for. Btw, I also use a Bach 3C & 5C for the cornet, which is what I will likely use in an ensemble within concert and orchestral settings in order to blend better within the trumpet section.