$66.00 – $198.00
The Schilke Standard Series French Horn mouthpiece line was developed in collaboration with professional players and colleagues of Renold O. Schilke. These models were later determined to fill a specific need in the horn community from students, to educators, to professional players. The rims and cups shape provide variety of options for the soloist and chamber or orchestral hornist.
|27||16.25||.640||16 (.177″)||A narrow diameter and thin rim creates a special mouthpiece for the first-time horn player.|
|28||16.15||.636||26 (.147″)||A true “French” model mouthpiece having a small cup and throat that definitely favors the high register. Recommended for the descant horn.|
|29||17.53||.690||17 (.173″)||Offers a balanced option that is very adaptable to both the younger player and the professional needing a stronger upper register with a large rim diameter, standard rim contour, cup, and smaller bore.|
|30B||16.92||.666||14 (.182″)||This model was designed with a smaller “B” style cup and thin, flat rim.|
|30||17.03||.670||17 (.173″)||The original Farkas Model, the wide rounded rim and fairly deep cup makes the 30 a good all-around mouthpiece for the experienced player.|
|30C2||17.03||.670||8 (.199″)||Based on a standard design, this mouthpiece has an excellent response in the high or low range and a free-blowing feel. Recommended for both professional and developing players alike.|
|31||17.14||.675||13 (.185″)||This model has a V shaped cup, thicker standard rim, and slightly larger diameter to aid in producing a greater volume of sound.|
|31B||17.4||.687||14 (.182″)||A wide rim with a higher center point and a medium depth bowl shaped cup produces a rich, dark tone.|
|31C2||17.43||.688||14 (.182″)||The 31C2 has a very thin rim and medium-large cup offering a great volume of tone.|
|32||17.83||.702||2 (.221″)||The extra large cup diameter, cup volume, and backbore produces a rich, dark tone color.|
*Raw brass, polished brass, and unlacquered instruments and mouthpieces will tarnish quickly and may not arrive with a flawless finish. This is a natural property of raw brass, which will develop a rich golden-brown patina over time.