|Other mouthpieces, ligatures and necks|
|Clarinet mouthpieces available|
List updated 27. May 2017 Recent changes in red
For questions or pictures, telephone +45 twenty 85 twelve 31 or send an email to: donotto"AT"oncable (dot) dk
Tip openings have been measured with a Digital Tip Opening Gauge from Theo Wanne.
Unless stated otherwise, the mouthpieces are used and are sold without ligature and cap. Mouthpieces will be shipped from Denmark.
Sales are private meaning that returns are not accepted unless agreed upon on beforehand. Mouthpieces are sold as is.
Therefore, please ask all questions before buying.
|Mouthpieces for Bb-Clarinet|
||NB: Price in Euros. Shipping cost and bank fees will be added|
||Nilow Hovey B3|
||Reso Chamber 4 s/n 569 These rare early Link pieces are famous for jazz. Big and fat sound. Long facing, suitable for harder reeds. Price reduced
||Rico Reloplex Hollywood 4P s/n 3210 Tip opening 1.3 mm. Brand new. These were made by MC Gregory and sold under the Rico trade mark|
||While you are here, why not check the very good ligatures available for clarinet.
||Morgan RM 28. This is the largest tip Morgan makes in their classical range. Very good player, bought when Ralph Morgan still was alive.
||Harry E. O'Brien CB*
One of the rare hard rubber mouthpieces from Harry O'Brien. A very good
player with an extraordinary good sound. (Harry O'Brien made glass
mouthpieces for Selmer for many years. They were famous for their good
||Rico Royal Graftonite A7 (These were designed by Arnold Brilhart and are good players)|
||Rico Royal Metalite M9. New Old Stock.
Fabulous player with a strong and woody jazz-sound. Designed by Arnold
|Stowell - Wells - Schneider
||Marked "B2". (Frank Wells used A-B-C for facing length and 1-2-3 for tip opening). Lovely sound. Minor faults corrected by Istvan Gabor|
|Stowell - Wells - Schneider||HR
||Marked B2. Full and complex sound. Minor faults corrected by Istvan Gabor|
|Wolfe Tayne||HR||.048"||€110||Vintage Wolfe Tayne #5 (on table). Very rare. This is not the contemporary student mouthpiece. It has the tip opening stamped on the table, showing that it is from the time when Mr. Tayne still owned the company. Optimized by Istvan Gabor|