Fancy-pants Tuba Mouthpieces FS

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Peach, Sep 20, 2009.

  1. Peach

    Peach Member

    Bored of you run-of-the-mill Wicks, Alliance and Bachs!?

    Try these for size...

    Mike Finn MF-5H - £70 - Suit Eb or Bb. Silver plate.
    Perantucci PT-50 - £55 - Suit Bb. Silver plate.
    Laskey 30H - £55 - Bb or Eb. Like a Schilke Helleberg II. Sliver plate.
    Giddings & Webster Bayamo - £65 - Suit Bb. Solid Stainless steel.
    Loud LM-4 - £70 - Suit Bb. 2-piece stainless steel (screw rim).

    All of the above are like new.
    Google the names for specs.

    I have a Custom mouthpiece stamped ''SMC'' which is a bit like a Wick 1 - £25. Silver plate. It's good condition but not like new.

    Postage included.
    Cheers.
    P
     
  2. Peach

    Peach Member

    One more:

    Giddings & Webster Matanuska - £65 - More for Eb but could work for Bb. Solid Stainless with fancy 'brushed' finish.
     
  3. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

    The Matanuska is one seriously good bit of steel. Will accomodate players who are used to the DW3 or VB24AW. Most immediate thing you will notice is how notes will slot and centre, cleaning up sound.
     
  4. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

    ... this is my G&W Matanuska ... space-age design from the outside!

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  5. Peach

    Peach Member

    OK, last one...

    Loud LM-15. - £65 - Suit Eb.
    This has a rim from an LM-7.
     
  6. Peach

    Peach Member

    Pictures:

    Pic 1 - Left to Right - Bayamo, Matanuska, LM4, LM15

    Pic 2 - L-R - PT50, 30H, MF5, SMC
     

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  7. Aussie Tuba

    Aussie Tuba Member

    I can vouch for the loud LM-15 as I own one, But suggest it is more for Solo or ensamble work very bright in tone. not sure about LM-4 as I use LM-7 but I do like the feel of Stainless and do the Flatter rims do make a difference with forming the notes. much cleaner starts.
     
  8. Aussie Tuba

    Aussie Tuba Member

    might help knowing that LOUD LM-4 is similar in size and Style to the PT-88
     
  9. Peach

    Peach Member

    UPDATE:

    The Bayamo, LM4 and "SMC" are SOLD.

    Remaining:

    Mike Finn MF5H . £70
    Perantucci PT50 . £55
    Laskey 30H . £55
    Loud LM15 . £65
    Giddings & Webster Matanuska . £65

    Ta.
    MP
     
  10. Anthony Strickland

    Anthony Strickland New Member

    Hello. I am interested in the LM 15 and the MF 5H. Can you please email me at astrick@uab.edu
    Or text me (205)5162199

    The Bayamo, LM4 and "SMC" are SOLD.

    Remaining:

    Mike Finn MF5H . £70
    Perantucci PT50 . £55
    Laskey 30H . £55
    Loud LM15 . £65
    Giddings & Webster Matanuska . £65

    Ta.
    MP[/QUOTE]
     
  11. pjtoland93

    pjtoland93 New Member

    I'd like to buy the lm15
     
  12. pjtoland93

    pjtoland93 New Member

    How can i buy?
     
  13. Aussie Tuba

    Aussie Tuba Member

  14. pjtoland93

    pjtoland93 New Member

    I was hoping to by the old version of the LM from this person on here
     
  15. Aussie Tuba

    Aussie Tuba Member

    All good.
    I own a LM15 which I bought almost 10 years ago now. certainly helps with higher range. Most of the time I use LM 7 for general work. Makes range up and down easier. can reach lower range That I was not able to reach with conventional Brass Mouthpieces.
     
  16. pjtoland93

    pjtoland93 New Member

    Are you willing to sell your lm15?
     
  17. pjtoland93

    pjtoland93 New Member

    Or the lm7?
     
  18. Aussie Tuba

    Aussie Tuba Member

    I am still using both. New style LM-7 is available at the link earlier in the thread. If your use for either is general Band use the LM-7 would be your best option. The LM-15 is a specialist Solo mouthpiece and doesn't blend real well in Band playing.
     
  19. pjtoland93

    pjtoland93 New Member

    Okay. If you know of anyone who still has the old style loud for sale let me know
     
  20. pjtoland93

    pjtoland93 New Member

    I'd like to buy the g&w matanusku
     

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