DEG Signature Marty Erickson Tuba Mouthpiece Me3Product #471038 DEG 471038 INCH Tuba & Sousaphone Mouthpieces https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Marty Erickson Signature Mouthpieces
Quality Sound and Feel
Marty Erickson Signature model tuba mouthpieces provide a centered sound with excellent intonation. All of the mouthpieces feature clarity and projection of sound that is remarkable, and give the player a sense of confidence and security in their performance. Performers using these mouthpieces have more stamina because of the reduced effort it takes to generate a full sound. The Marty Erickson Signature model mouthpieces are priced affordably and realistically. The intention is to provide a choice of five well-crafted mouthpieces with the performer's needs as the guiding force.Model ME1 Mouthpiece
Marty's personal choice for use on his Willson model 3400S Eb tuba. The overall response, clarity of sound and sense of security of this mouthpiece provides the clean, focused sound on the small horn while keeping the warm, full sound in the middle and low register for bigger horn pieces.Model ME2 Mouthpiece
Superlative response with a little brighter sound than the ME1. Excellent small tuba mouthpiece providing a brighter small horn sound while providing unusual clarity and optimum projection.Model ME3 Mouthpiece
Crossover mouthpiece providing a darker or warmer sound so the small horn achieves a big horn sound without losing the focus. Excellent mouthpiece for large tubas needing to perform in smaller ensembles with a clear, non-invasive voice.Model ME4 Mouthpiece
Good all around mouthpiece for the big horns. Preferred by many military band performers who want the big sound, but demand clean articulation necessary for technical passages.Model ME5 Mouthpiece
Biggest mouthpiece, providing warm, rich and centered sound. Wonderful for some of the big orchestral and band works demanding huge, focused sound, but having the ability to project to the back row of the auditorium.