Cornet Mouthpiece??

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by zak, Dec 9, 2007.

  1. zak

    zak Member

    Hi,
    Can anyone tell me the biggest cornet mouthpiece I can get in terms of cup depth and diameter???

    And does anyone have such a mouthpiece for sale????

    Any help would be much appreciated!!

    Thanks in advance :tup

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  3. Stingy Vib

    Stingy Vib New Member

    wouldnt it be a Wick 2?
     
  4. zak

    zak Member

    No idea, that's why I'm asking ;)


    Anyone got a kelly cornet mouthpiece for sale also? If so, please pm me with details.

    Many thanks :tup

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  5. ROBTHEDOG

    ROBTHEDOG Member

    If you want even bigger you can get away with using a Wick 2Fl (Flugel) you'll need to have the shank 'shaved' and have good tuning slide between the ears but has been done. Huge sound great for back row.
     
  6. trumpetmike

    trumpetmike Active Member

    My guess would be a Wick 1X - currently only available in the Heavytop configuration (although am trying to persuade Denis to try a regular version).
    As for obtaining one - should be available through any Wick stockist
     
  7. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

    Schilke have two cornet mouthpieces based on the trumpet models 22 & 24. Rim diameters are 18.03mm and 18.29mm. No information regarding cup depth, throat and backbore. Available from Mouthpiece Express as well as many other makes/models.
     
  8. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

    There's also a handy cornet mouthpiece comparison chart available at the Brass-Forum.co.uk.
     
  9. GJG

    GJG Well-Known Member

    Although the rim diameters on the biggest Schilkes are huge, they are relatively shallow. Most of the older models of Schilke cornet 'pieces are not really cornet mouthpieces at all, at least not in the way that a brass-bander would recognise them. They are to all intents and purposes trumpet mouthpieces with a cornet shank.

    Schilke do now offer a newer range of cornet mouthpieces with a more traditional deep cup profile, aimed at the brass band market, however they are horrifically expensive.
     

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