Yamaha Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece  14B4

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These brass mouthpieces are produced with advanced computer design and manufacturing technology for unmatched precision, smooth attack, and easy playability. Ideal weight for all-around use and available in a variety of configurations to suit every player.


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Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece Specifications:

  • Compare to:
  • TR11: Schilke 11
  • TR11A4: Bach 7E
  • TR11B4: Bach 7D
  • TR11C4: Bach 7C, Giardinelli 7C
  • TR13A4a: Schilke 13A4a
  • TR13B4: Bach 6C
  • TR13C4: Bach 6B
  • TR13D4: Bach 6
  • TR14A4a: Schilke 14A4a, Giardinelli 6S
  • TR14B4: Bach 3C, Schilke 15B
  • TR14C4: Giardinelli 5C
  • TR14D4: Bach 5B
  • TR14E4: Bach 3C rim, very deep cup
  • TR15B4: Bach 2C, shallower cup
  • TR15C4: Bach 2C
  • TR15E4: Bach 2C rim, very deep cup
  • TR16C4: Bach 1-1/2C
  • TR16D: Bach 1-1/2C, deeper cup
  • TR16E4: Bach 1-1/2C rim, very deep cup
  • TR17B4: Bach 1-1/4C
  • TR17C4: Bach 1C
  • TR17D4: Bach 1C, deeper cup
  • TR18C4: Bach 1
  • TR5A4: Bob Reeves OES 69
  • TR6A4a: Schilke 6A4a
  • TR7A4: Purviance 4 (4*D4)
  • TR7B4: Schilke 7B4
  • TR8C4: Bach 10-1/2C, Giardinelli 10C
  • TR9C4: Bach 7C with smaller rim diameter
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YamahaStandard Trumpet Mouthpiece
 
4.8

(based on 10 reviews)

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Good Quality Mouthpiece!

I think that Yamaha is a good brand to begin with it's a good quality, affordable, and excellent starter trumpet. I own a Yamaha and I think it is a very reliable instrument with...Read complete review

I think that Yamaha is a good brand to begin with it's a good quality, affordable, and excellent starter trumpet. I own a Yamaha and I think it is a very reliable instrument with good tone quality if that is you have the right mouthpiece. That is why I rely on this mouthpiece at concerts with it's good fit on your mouth. I think it is a very good mouthpiece and I am a proud owner of a Yamaha trumpet.

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They're good, but not the best

These are, no doubt, great mouth pieces, but if your going to spend the money, purchase a bach mouthpiece. I've compared the Yamaha and Bach back to back. Bach came out on ...Read complete review

These are, no doubt, great mouth pieces, but if your going to spend the money, purchase a bach mouthpiece. I've compared the Yamaha and Bach back to back. Bach came out on top.

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(41 of 76 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

They're good, but not the best

By Nick Paynt

from Ohio

Comments about Yamaha Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece:

These are, no doubt, great mouth pieces, but if your going to spend the money, purchase a bach mouthpiece. I've compared the Yamaha and Bach back to back. Bach came out on top.

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(69 of 116 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfection

By Devin Farmer

from Tulsa, Oklahoma

Comments about Yamaha Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece:

I am a student at Beryhill. I have gone to many schools (Sand Springs, Union, and Berryhill) and I haven't gotten a chair lower than 2nd (In all district). This is a terriffic mouthpiece even for the worst trumpets. I play the 7c, now 3c, and the 13a4a for Jazz band. I would recomend this mouthpiece to be 7c for starters 3c for intermidiate and 13a4a for professianal. I have played songs by Maynard Ferguson to perfection to get 1's in competition. My school (Led by me) won 1st place in silver dollar city competition. I have an extinct trumpet by yamaha and it is only worth $200 just to show it is all me and the mouthpiece. This mouthpiece gets cold in marching winter parades but it feels great to be able to play ike a pro.

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(4 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I can see why the 11b4 was the choice of the Canadian Brass

By D.J. Barraclough

from St.George, UT

Comments about Yamaha Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece:

I have tried every brand and the 11B4 Yamaha trumpet mouthpiece is the best sound for most any playing situation. Good focused sound. Excellent intonation. Great flexibility. Comfortable rim. I'm anxious to try the 11A4 for my piccolo trumpet.

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(48 of 81 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent value!

By Dell Yawetag

from Garden State, USA

Comments about Yamaha Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece:

Yamaha mouthpieces are an excellent value. Good selection of sizes to suit nearly any style of playing and any level of performer. Toss your Bach 7C and get an 11C4 - you'll sound better from the first note! At under $30 cheap enough to own 2 or 3. You can't go wrong!

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(68 of 100 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great mouthpiece

By Cass

from Strafford NH USA

Comments about Yamaha Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece:

I purchased the 11b4 mouthpiece. It has helped my tone improve. Excellent mouthpiece.

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(70 of 114 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

excellent mouthpieces

Comments about Yamaha Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece:

I just purchased a 13A4a jazz mouth piece for my birthday, and received it today. I am very impressed with it. Being a smaller stature person (5'2") I cannot generally play high b's and c's consistently, and I can now play them clearly and consistently after only 30 minutes with it. AN excellent mouthpiece for anyone who is in, or thinking about, playing jazz, especially at such a cheap price (my band director said that anywhere else, they run for 75-125 dollars.

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(21 of 37 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I always come back to my Yamaha mpc

By Alex-kX3D2

from Illinois

Comments about Yamaha Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece:

My first mouthpiece was a Yamaha 11C4-7C. Since then, I've tried Bach, Schilke and Laskey. And guess what? I'm back on my old Yamaha mouthpiece again. I also have a Yamaha 14b4 and a 16C4-GP. All are easier to play on then the other brands that I have tried and allow for excellence in tone and control. Even my trumpet instructor noticed an improvement after I switched back to the Yamaha mouthpiece. Yamaha makes a consistent, high quality product, just like their trumpets.

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(32 of 55 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Yamaha 4SC

By martinimaster

from Atlanta, GA

Comments about Yamaha Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece:

I purchased the 4SC in 1991. I was able to really reach into the upper register and still keep excellent tone. It is truly the best mouthpiece I have ever used. Now, I am searching for another one. I was the victim of a mugging. I think I miss the mouthpiece more than I miss the money.

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(25 of 46 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

AWESOME!

By Matt McComb

from Fort Wayne, Indiana

Comments about Yamaha Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece:

I absolutely love Yamaha trumpets and mouthpieces. I have purchased 2 Yamaha trumpets and 4 Yamaha mouthpieces and all of them have proven to be great. Yamaha mouthpieces have given me a better tone quality in both the low octaves and the high range since I switched. I use a 14A4a for playing lead in Jazz and a 7C4 for use in concert and marching band. Both of them are superb and they are a great buy at only 29.95 a piece! I have never been disappointed by a purchase with a Yamaha product.

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(85 of 119 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good Quality Mouthpiece!

By Mike O.

from LaPorte , IN USA

Comments about Yamaha Standard Trumpet Mouthpiece:

I think that Yamaha is a good brand to begin with it's a good quality, affordable, and excellent starter trumpet. I own a Yamaha and I think it is a very reliable instrument with good tone quality if that is you have the right mouthpiece. That is why I rely on this mouthpiece at concerts with it's good fit on your mouth. I think it is a very good mouthpiece and I am a proud owner of a Yamaha trumpet.

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