PlayMusic123.com - May 2021
Parduba Mouthpieces comparison Chart
Selecting a Mouthpiece. When selecting a mouthpiece, a brass
instrumentalist should choose one with
a solid, compact tone of large volume. Professional musicians and advanced
students prefer the musical results of
large mouthpieces, which
provide a maximum volume of tone with
the least amount of effort.
Brass Mouthpiece Anatomy
To play on a mouthpiece that’s right for you, it’s important to be familiar with the four main components of a brass instrument mouthpiece. These four components include the rim, cup, throat, and backbore. Knowing how these components function individually, and together, is crucial when considering the perfect mouthpiece capable of fulfilling your needs.
Having an appropriate mouthpiece for the individual player is also critical for growth as a performing musician. Playing on a mouthpiece that doesn’t line up with the individual’s unique anatomy such as their teeth structure, lip size, jaw alignment, as well as countless other factors can have an adverse effect when playing a brass instrument.
Do not select a certain mouthpiece because another player uses it. Because no two players have the same lip or tooth formation, what is perfect for one may be entirely unsuitable for the other.
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Parduba Double Cup TUBA Mouthpiece (model #73).
Cup diameter: 32.61mm, the depth is 32.31mm, slightly smaller than a Bach 12