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Schilke Standard Series French Horn Mouthpiece in SilverThe quality of the Schilke Standard Series French Horn Mouthpiece is unmistakable. From the moment you see a Schilke mouthpiece, to the moment you hear your first note, you'll know you've purchased a superior product!
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This is a very shallow mouthpiece that makes high notes more secure. The somewhat wide inner diameter allows for resonance, especially for those with somewhat full lips.
For 30 years I used only Holton Farkas MDC mouthpieces, an excellent, versatile design. But I find the Schilke #30 to be noticeably freer in the lower and mid-lower registers, while also being surprisingly responsive above the staff.
I also find it a bit easier to shift between embouchure sets with this mouthpiece, probably due both to its rim's shape and its shape. E.g., I can quickly switch from my middle set to einsetzen (very low set) with a smaller chance of my lower lip slipping off than with, say, a Lawson #700 rim (which my teacher swears by).
Your mileage may vary of course, but overall this is the best $30 I've spent on horn gear in a long time!
I just started changed from trumpet to french horn a few months ago and i heard schilke were pretty good.
i bought the mouhtpiece and was pretty happy that the rim was comfortable and not bony as usual and it wasnt that hard to produce a nice buzz
Through much of my college career, I've played on the Conn 7BW mouthpiece (the middle school mouthpiece as we joke in horn studio). I just got the Schilke 30 for Christmas, and holy cow. What a difference. I get much better sound and tone in all registers, especially low. Additionally, I think it helps me to be more secure in the high range. A good buy for someone looking to upgrade from a standard mouthpiece!
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