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Denis Wick - Classic Euphonium Mouthpieces

All Wick euphonium mouthpieces are based on the proven principles of the trombone mouthpieces and offer subtle, yet significant, refinements to the throat and backbore to complement the euphonium’s conical bore.

Size
Features
4AM

The classic euphonium mouthpiece. Open sound with clear attacks and a focused low register.
Cup diameter: 26.00mm.
Rim width: 6.72mm.
Throat: 7.38mm.
Backbore: Barrel. Medium shank.

4AY

The classic euphonium mouthpiece. Open sound with clear attack and a focused low register. This mouthpiece was originally designed by Denis Wick for the best-selling Yamaha 321 euphonium, and features the unusual combination of a small shank with a large bore and backbore. The first 4AYs were made with a slightly smaller shank than the normal S fitting to help the response and intonation of the 321, but the 4AY is now made with a standard S shank. It is a perfect match for the Yamaha 321.
Cup diameter: 26.00mm.
Rim width: 6.72mm.
Throat: 7.38mm.
Backbore: Large. Small shank.

6BM

True euphonium sound with clear highs and clean tone.
Cup diameter: 25.4mm.
Rim width: 6.26mm.
Throat: 7.12mm.
Backbore: Medium. Medium shank.

6BY

A true euphonium sound with clear highs and clean tone. This mouthpiece was originally designed by Denis Wick for the best-selling Yamaha 321 euphonium, and features a small shank with a medium bore and open backbore. The first 6BYs were made with a slightly smaller shank than the normal S fitting to help the response and intonation of the 321, but the 6BY is now made with a standard S shank. It is related to the 6BS trombone mouthpiece but at 7.12mm, has a larger bore than the 6BS, which has a bore of 6.66mm. It is a perfect match for the Yamaha 321 and ideal mouthpiece for young band musicians and players seeking a clear, resonant sound.
Cup diameter: 25.4mm.
Rim width: 6.26mm.
Throat: 7.12mm.
Backbore: Medium. Small shank.

      Shipping specs

      Weight: 0.15 kg
      Dimensions: 5 × 5 × 11 cm

      About Denis Wick mouthpieces

      The first Denis Wick mouthpieces were made in 1968, and range has grown so much, that it is now one of the largest and most comprehensive in the world. They are famous for their wonderful sound and brilliant designs, and are produced to the highest technical specifications.

      Special attention is paid to the rims, which are both comfortable and consistent. Special techniques are used to produce beautiful and extremely hard-wearing silver and gold plating. Many mouthpieces are available in Heritage and Heavytop formats as well as in the Classic shape.

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