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Schilke Standard Large Shank Trombone Mouthpiece in SilverThe Schike large shank trombone mouthpiece is among the most popular, well-reviewed mouthpieces in the world. They fit commonly into what are sometimes called symphony tenors, that is to say horns with a .547" bore. These are also common in the band world, and are the most common size among orchestral players. Some jazzers use a big horn too. Bass bones, .560" bore like a Bach 50, accept large shank mouthpieces as well.
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I bought the Schilke 58 bass trombone mouthpiece two months ago, and it is an amazing mouthpiece. I am primarily a tuba player, but have found that the large cup helps to give my playing the darker sound, on my smaller Eb tuba and my trombone, that I get out of my large tuba. I instantly fell in love with the mouthpiece and proceeded to buy one for my large horn. And, I would have to say that, if you are looking for a mouthpiece that is worth every penny that you are spending on it, then a Schilke mouthpiece is what you want.
I bought a Schilke 51 D and I have used this mouthpiece on May trombones. All of which the mouthpiece gives a deeper and darker tone which everyone loves. The only problem I see with this mouthpiece is that due to the nature of the bowl/cup the player has to mold their embouchure to the mouthpiece more then others. But over all it's worth the money and is an excellent mouthpiece for anyone who wants something bigger then the standard 61/2 AL.
i have been playing euphonium for about 6 years going on 7. i am in the 11th grade. i started playing on a schilke 51c4
at the end of my 9th grade year, i had to do more with my face at first but after about 2 days it gave me more flexibility and a much more darker tone , then someone told me to try out the 51d, and i use the 51d of my marching euphonium cuz it give the euphonium a euphonium sound and not a baritone voice . over all the 51c4 and the 51d are outstanding works out art :D . >>> sam brown
I love the 51D! I use it on my Euphonium and my trombone. It gives me the tone I'm looking for as well as the range of playing notes in the stratosphere. Overall if you have the money to buy one and you are a Euphonium player, I recommend it.
The standard 6 1/2 AL mouthpiece distorted my sound when I tried to put too much air through the horn. I noticed that right away in the first couple of years I started playing trombone.
So I decided to get a Schilke 51D and it helped A LOT. With the slightly bigger rim and deeper cup I can put all the air I want into my trombone without worrying about cracking notes. It also made my tone much more pleasing. I was actually surprised how much I improved just by switching to a bigger mouthpiece.
If you have the same problem as I had, I suggest getting a 51D. It can also be a good transitional mouthpiece between the tenor and bass trombone to get you started on your lower range.
A friend recommended the Schilke 47. It has a smaller and more shallow cup than I am accustomed to playing, but I find if I am required to play in the high range at or near the end of a long period or day of playing, I can switch to the 47 for less exertion with no noticeable loss of tone.
I bought the Schilke 53 and my flexibility is much better along with my tone and stamina at the end of the day. It's really a comfortable mouthpiece.
I have the Schilke 51 and it gives me a very warm rich tone in the bottom end. I play Tuba as well.The broad rim and deep cup are a perfect match for me.
the 60 is the biggest and one of the finest bass trombone mouthpieces on the market today. everything from middle C to pedal C responds and sounds better than the 1 1/2G i used to use. anything beyond high F has reduced a lot for me, so i turn back to the small 1 1/2G for a balance of both registers. the pedals are absolutely huge in sound and volume. i have tested it playing the first few phrases of toccata and fugue in D minor with 3 of my friends. you can growl without reserve.
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