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Kelly Mouthpieces are made of Lexan polycarbonate material that provides comfort in hot or cold weather gigs. This means less fatigue on your chops. They are great for Marching Bands, Pep Bans and Festive occasions.
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After 23 years off the tuba, I found my Kelly 18 to be very good on the lip. The sound of my Jupiter 382 is fuller. The tone quality with the 18 is nice from the bottom to top end of my range. I recommend this mouthpiece highly. It will allow you to get more practice time in without blowing out your chops.
These mouthpieces are great for cold weather. Brass players don't have to worry about their lips getting stuck. I recommend brass players to try this product.
I got this mouthpiece because my director said I should get a larger size. My Kelly 18 Tuba Mouthpiece in Crystal Orange is awesome! It provides a more comfortable embouchure than metal mouthpieces. Plus, you have many colors to chose from! With their economical price, Kelly Mouthpieces are the way to go!
Greatest mouthpiece ever! Highly recommend it because I had to play sousaphone in 30 degree wether, and it was the best mouthpiece I used. Keeps your lips comfortable in conditions like that.
Not only is this good for cold, it is good for hot weather gigs (I've literally been burned waiting for Independence Day parades to start with my horn sitting in the sun!) and all others as well, indoors and out. After having played all the traditional mouthpieces over the last 29 years, I have set them all aside (with one exception below) and use this as my only mouthpiece. I find it the easiest mouthpiece to play, with excellent centering, precise articulation and ease of interval slurs. I did have to put a small strip of lead golfer's tape around the shank where it meets the bowl to keep it under control at the loudest dynamics, but this may just be because of the sousaphone bits on my 1935 Conn/Cavalier (predecessor to the 14K) being a "bit" loose (!) by nature. Now, if Kelly would only make a small shank for my 1971 Besson 3 valve BBb compensator!
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