So what kind of mute are you looking for? Obviously that will depend on the application it's being used for. The straight mute is arguably the most popular type because of its versatility, and the Trumcor Euphonium Straight Mute is a top seller. This model was designed for the more delicate passages found in symphonic and solo literature. It has a very warm muted sound and its articulation is crystal clear and responsive.
Bucket mutes are another common type that produce a tone that is muffled and has a high frequency. Sound appealing? Check out the Humes & Berg 161 Stonelined Velvet-Tone Series Baritone and Euphonium Bucket Mute. Delivering a thinned timbre and containing coated clips that make for a snug fit in any euphonium bell, this mute is a great choice for any euphonium player who plays in a big band or orchestra.
And your choices keep going from there. In fact, there are plenty of practice mutes here as well, including the Denis Wick DW5512 Euphonium Practice Mute, and Yamaha even offers a Silent Brass system so you can play privately anywhere and anytime you want. The simple truth is that if you're in the market for a Euphonium mute, you've just hit a gold mine by coming to this section. So by all means start browsing these pages whenever you're ready.