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Bach Mega Tone Tuba/Sousaphone MouthpieceMega Tone mouthpieces employ more than double the mass of ordinary models to produce the darker sound cherished by many jazz and symphonic players. A slightly larger throat affords less resistance and greater flexibility resulting in warmer, more powerful sound.
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I ordered the Bach Megatone 7 and I played it on my sousaphone and it had a nice dark tone. It lets me project louder and allows for louder low notes. You can double tongue on it and it has a good upper range too.
i own a bach megatone 12 and it plays so well but, only if you have the right tuba to match it. i prefer larger bored tubas so i needed a larger mouthpiece. the tone is vary warm and you can get vary loud with it too. (thats good when there is only one tuba in a band of 100+) i recomend it if you're playing a larger tuba.
As I was looking for a new mouthpiece I came across this monster! As you can see by the size of it it looks powerful and thats what I was looking for in a mouthpiece. When I first played on the Bach Mega Tone I was amazed. Such a beautiful dark sound came out. When I brought it to the field for marching band I soon realized that this can produce so much powerful sound a such a good quality. If your looking for a great mouthpiece for any setting especially marching band I would go with this one.
The first thing you'll notice about it is the size, it's quite long, follows the theory of more mass better tone. I switched from a funnel type to this bowl type and the tone is much darker. The resonance in the lower register is strong! Easier to overpower but it's nice to have the option. Upper register takes more control to play than say a Helleberg thus needing a stronger player. Should be used for classical, symphonic and soloistic playing. Get a brighter mouthpiece for MB, jazz or pep bands. I made it into the AZ all state band twice with this mouthpiece, intermediate to upper intermediate level I would say?
If you're looking for a pretty well-rounded mouthpiece, the Bach Megatone is the horn-musician connector for you. Vibrant low tones along with a not-so shabby higher range make it a beautiful intermediate to professional mouthpiece to invest in. For band directors, I would not suggest putting a 6th grade beginner on it, but after a year or two, make the transition. My overall sound improved with a more centered tone. Lower notes along with pedals became more easily projected and I keep this mouthpiece around sometimes just for that reason. The depth is absolutely remarkable and I encourage you take a look at the different sizes.