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Mouthpieces (G&W, PT, Sellmansberger)

Postby smitha79 » Sat Feb 16, 2019 2:03 pm

All prices are US dollars and include free shipping in the US. I prefer PayPal. You can email me at adamgsmith888 @ gmail . com

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SOLD – Evolution ST-9 (silver-plated) This is a copy of the PT-89. The rim is similar to that of the PT-84 yet the cup diameter is less than mouthpieces such as the PT-44, PT-48, PT-50 or PT-88. The mouthpiece is easy and comfortable to play, particularly for those who find the others too big. This mouthpiece produces a broad, dark sound with very strong center. Highly recommended for medium and large bore CC and BBb tubas.
SOLD – Giddings&Webster Caver (stainless steel) Designed as a counterpart to the Bayamo. Ideal for those who like a larger rim diameter, with and intense focused sound. With balanced upper overtones that will project to the back of the hall the Caver is a very good choice for tuba players who are searching for clarity without sacrificing a thick resonant tone. [Rim is 1.32 and the throat is .320 in diameter, medium deep funnel shape cup.]
SOLD – Canadian Brass Chuck Daellenbach (silver plated, older model)
SOLD – Sellmansberger Imperial (2-piece old style, stainless steel) A "compressed cone" cup, with intermediate depth, for large Eb tubas, quintet, and many other applications. When used with brighter 5/4 and 6/4 tubas, the Imperial will darken the sound and still leave a response of a medium-depth mouthpiece without sounding blatty. [Available with rims: Helleburg Large (attached to Solo #2 in pic) or HLB2 32.6 mm (attached to Imperial)]
$140 - PARKER-CJH CB M: CHRIS HALL ARTIST MODEL Designed for Chris Hall, principal tuba with the New York Metropolitan Opera, this mouthpiece is well-focused and colorful. The CJH cb M (contrabass medium) has a medium large cup, best suited for CC and BBb tubas playing in Orchestra and Band. Pictured with Helleburg American shank and C4 LA 32.3 mm rim (no longer available)

SOLD - I have a few extra double-mouthpiece pouches (Neotech) and Giddings and Webster single mouthpiece pouches.

SOLD - the one hundred - Essential Works for the Symphonic Tubist - not pictured
https://www.encoremupub.com/the-one-hundred-essential-works-for-the-symphonic-tubist/
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Re: Mouthpieces

Postby smitha79 » Sat Feb 23, 2019 9:05 am

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Re: Mouthpieces

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Re: Mouthpieces

Postby Jerryleejr » Sat Mar 09, 2019 12:50 pm

Any issues with the TU31?

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Re: Mouthpieces

Postby smitha79 » Sat Mar 09, 2019 8:39 pm

It's not flawless, but there are no knicks on the rim, and the shank is round.
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Re: Mouthpieces (G&W, PT, Sellmansberger)

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Re: Mouthpieces (G&W, PT, Sellmansberger)

Postby JTuck15 » Sun Jul 14, 2019 3:07 pm

Euro or American Shank for the G&W Caver and Tephra?
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Re: Mouthpieces (G&W, PT, Sellmansberger)

Postby smitha79 » Mon Jul 15, 2019 5:02 pm

All are American Shank. Thanks.
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Re: Mouthpieces (G&W, PT, Sellmansberger)

Postby smitha79 » Sat Jul 20, 2019 8:25 am

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Re: Mouthpieces (G&W, PT, Sellmansberger)

Postby furiousseasons » Tue Jul 23, 2019 7:15 am

Hello. What’s the condition of the Matanuska and the Tephra? Thanks
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Re: Mouthpieces (G&W, PT, Sellmansberger)

Postby smitha79 » Tue Jul 23, 2019 1:25 pm

The shanks are both round, and scratching is minimal (tiny ones that would not be felt while playing, and would be difficult to photograph). I bought the Tephra new, and I've used it only 10-20 hours. I bought the Matanuska used 4-5 years ago, but it looks fine.
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Re: Mouthpieces (G&W, PT, Sellmansberger)

Postby furiousseasons » Tue Jul 23, 2019 4:28 pm

Sent you an email. Thanks
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Re: Mouthpieces (G&W, PT, Sellmansberger)

Postby smitha79 » Fri Aug 09, 2019 8:54 pm

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Re: Mouthpieces (G&W, PT, Sellmansberger)

Postby smitha79 » Mon Aug 26, 2019 8:11 am

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