Yamaha Standard Tuba Mouthpiece  

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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 Tuba Mouthpiece Specifications:

  • Compare to:
  • 64: Bach 25, with smaller rim diameter
  • 65: Bach 25
  • 66: Schilke Helleburg
  • 66B: Schilke Helleburg, with shallower cup
  • 66D4: Bach 24AW
  • 67: Bach 22
  • 67B4: Miraphone C3, with shallower cup (for F tubas)
  • 67C4: Miraphone C3
  • 68B: Schilke 69C4
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YamahaStandard Tuba Mouthpiece

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Very good quality for any musician

By Aaron-eQPWp

from New Jersey

Comments about Yamaha Standard Tuba Mouthpiece:

I have been playing brass instruments for 18 years and have always had a Yamaha mouthpiece in my case and found the Yamahas to be the most desirable and comfortable for me. Yamahas warm up easily and keep my lips comfortable for any period of time.

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Excellent Mouthpiece

By Matt-hqis8

from California

Comments about Yamaha Standard Tuba Mouthpiece:

I have the Yamaha 641 tuba with the Bach 18 mouthpiece. I bought the Yamaha 67 mouthpiece and tried it on to the tuba. Comparing the two, the Bach gave me a deeper, dark sound. Whereas the Yamaha gave me a warm, soft, lighter sound. The Yamaha is easier to register keys than the Bach.

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