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Portnoy Bass Clarinet Mouthpiece   

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Long considered a standard for American clarinetists, the Portnoy mouthpiece produce a wonderfully focused tone and yet are very free blowing. Great ...Read More

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Long considered a standard for American clarinetists

Long considered a standard for American clarinetists, the Portnoy mouthpiece produce a wonderfully focused tone and yet are very free blowing. Great for the symphony or chamber hall. Clarinet mouthpieces do not come with ligatures.

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  • The Portnoy mouthpiece produce a wonderfully focused tone and yet are very free blowing.
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Bass Clarinet Mouthpiece

  • Material: Hard Rubber
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PortnoyBass Clarinet Mouthpiece
 
5.0

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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is the one to buy!

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from Northern NJ

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Comments about Portnoy Bass Clarinet Mouthpiece:

If you can only afford one mouthpiece, this is the one to buy. I bought it on the recommendation of three of my friends who have used one for a while. I am impressed with how well it is made, it's good intonation and it's sound quality. It can be pushed hard so you will be noticed. It also gives me a good range of notes as I can hit "G" above the staff and probably higher with my Leblanc 7168 bass clarinet. It seems to work well for me with any 2 1/2 to 3 reed and a Rovner ligature.

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(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I'm enjoying this mouthpiece!

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from San Francisco, CA

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Comments about Portnoy Bass Clarinet Mouthpiece:

I am a long-time tenor player. On tenor, I use an Otto Link 7* mouthpiece, #3 reeds, and an old Winslow ligature. I like a big sound. I am new to the bass clarinet, as of 5 months ago. I tried several mouthpieces before choosing this one: the Pomarico Jazz**, the Van Doren B46, and the unnamed one that came with my second hand old Bundy bass. The Portnoy works great for me. I am using a #3 Legere Studio Cut plastic tenor sax reed, and a ligature I made to emulate the Winslow. Big sound. Responds through the whole horn. And... it's cheaper than the others!

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