Arnold Jacobs Heritage Tuba Mouthpiece (FREE SHIPPING!)
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Best Tuba Mouthpiece - Chuck Presents the Arnold Jacobs Mouthpiece
Arnold Jacobs, legendary musician and teacher, was famous for his sound. This possessed a vibrant core, great intensity and sonority, unsurpassed tonal beauty and unlimited dynamic range. His mouthpiece was unique; refined to a high point of sophistication and efficiency. Surely the most sophisticated tuba mouthpiece ever; elegant in design, live and responsive. The Arnold Jacobs Heritage offers a unique sound, dark in character. The core is clearly defined yet strong and broad. Response is even and flows over a broad compass, the low register is highly efficient and the high range has great stability
Narrow rim with clearly defined inner edge.
Wide inside diameter of 32.7 Mm.
Deep pear-shaped cup.
Large throat of 8.5 Mm.
Fully tapered shank.
Weight of 175 Grams
AVAILABLE IN A SILVER OR GOLD PLATED FINISH
CANADIAN BRASS ARNOLD JACOBS MOUTHPIECE
Recreated by the Canadian Brass, life-long students of Mr. Jacobs.
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No comments, a fine mouthpiece
Nice sound, lightens up my 6/4 tuba and seems to project better. Good articulation response.
I, an 11th grader in high school, have been a tuba player for almost 3 years (yes, a small time). I have used a few mouthpieces, some generic, thick rimmed mouthpieces. For the past year I've used a Conn Helleberg for the past year and have it to be a very good mouthpiece. With all that said, the CBAJ mouthpiece has been the best mouthpiece I've used. It feels comfortable and is not much different in shape than the Helleberg. But what is different makes it the best for me. The rim grips my face enough to play, but not so much that I canr I've my mouth if need be. It has helped my tone and tuning improve, though this could be different for other players. All in all, I would recommend this to any tuba player considering purchasing.
This is the most responsive, lightweight, beautiful sounding mouthpiece I have ever owned. There is a reason " Aronld Jacobs " is printed on the mouthpiece. I read in the description that the mouthpiece had an unlimited dynamic range. This is not a lie. My lyrical étude called for a soft start and a louder than ever, I hurt my own ears playing with a good sound. I purchased the silver plate mouthpiece, and it sounds like Jesus came down and touched me while I play. If the silver plate mouthpiece sounds like heaven, just think how the gold mouthpiece would sound.