For centuries the clarinet has been among the most respected and revered instruments in the world. Tracing its origins back to the single-reed instruments used in Ancient Greece, as well as in and around Europe in the Middle Ages, the clarinet has long played a starring role in orchestras around the globe. Mozart was especially fond of the clarinet, suggesting that it was the instrument that most closely resembled the human voice. Of course, it goes without saying that to get the most out of your clarinet it needs to be outfitted with a quality mouthpiece, one of which you're certain to have no trouble finding in this section.
There's no doubt that finding the right mouthpiece for you will come down to combining your needs with your personal preferences. If you're not entirely certain as to where you should begin your search for the perfect clarinet mouthpiece, may we suggest starting with our best sellers? For example, an option such as the B45 Series Bb Clarinet Mouthpiece from Vandoren might be exactly what you need. Vandoren mouthpieces have a fantastic reputation for their high quality. Perfectly suited to any playing style, this medium long mouthpiece is crafted from ebonite and certain to be up to any playing task.
Another very popular option that you'll find here is the San Francisco Bass Clarinet Mouthpiece Model HB - 2.00 mm Tip from Clark W Fobes. Crafted from hard rubber, this excellent mouthpiece features the Clark W Fobes seal of approval, which, simply put, means it's built to last.
Of course, if only the best will do, the C* Contrabass Clarinet Mouthpiece from Selmer Paris is the only way to go. Selmer Paris is known as one of the truly elite instrument makers in the world, but you may not know that mouthpieces actually account for an even larger part of their business. Producing mouthpieces that are at the absolute pinnacle of craftsmanship, this Selmer Paris will, no doubt, be everything you've ever wanted.
And these are only a few of the clarinet mouthpieces available to you. Whether you're a student or first chair in the orchestra, your mouthpiece plays an important role in how your clarinet sounds, so it's crucial that you have one that will bring out the best in your playing.