Tuba & Sousaphone Mouthpieces
Ask any experienced tuba or sousaphone performer, and they'll tell you how important it is for a player to choose their mouthpiece wisely. After all, not all tuba and sousaphone mouthpieces are made equally, and the right type for you will depend on your skill level, budget and technique. Thankfully, you'll find a seemingly endless range of brass mouthpieces to decide from on today's market, and finding one that provides you with top-notch tone, easy playability and huge projection is as simple as continuing on with this section.
Throughout these pages, you'll discover one top tuba and sousaphone mouthpiece brand after another, including Giddings & Webster, Bach, Denis Wick and Schilke. Since every player has their own unique lip shape and embouchure, you'll definitely want to try out a variety of mouthpieces to see what you feel most comfortable with. Typically, beginner musicians prefer medium-sized mouthpieces, then switch to bigger or smaller sizes as they progress with their instrument.
For a mouthpiece that delivers a well-rounded tone, check out the Schilke Standard Series Tuba Mouthpiece in Silver. Ideal for Eb and F tubas, this mouthpiece provides exceptional intonation and its rich quality is just another reason why it's such a big seller. Now for those who want a mouthpiece that's heavy and produces a sound that's dark and powerful, try the Mega Tone Tuba/Sousaphone Mouthpiece. Boasting a large throat for improved flexibility, this mouthpiece weighs twice as much as an ordinary model and the result is a hefty amount of volume that's favored by jazz and symphonic players.
And your choices just go on and on from there. In addition to the mouthpieces themselves, you'll also find mouthpiece accessories in this catalog. For example, the Protec A205 Deluxe Padded Tuba Mouthpiece Pouch is made from rugged 1000-denier nylon, and it's water- and abrasion-resistant. Whatever you're looking for in a mouthpiece, you can take comfort in knowing that only the best are offered here. All you have to do is consider the factors mentioned in the first paragraph, and a tuba or sousaphone mouthpiece that perfectly suits your playing style will be spotted quickly.