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Schilke Standard Series Small Shank Trombone Mouthpiece in SilverSilver-plated tenor trombone mouthpiece with standard (small) shank.
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I switched from a Bach 6.5AL to the Schilke 47, and have no regrets. I played on the Bach for about 10 years, and badly needed a new mouthpiece. My brother raved about the Schilke 51D he used in his Euphonium, so I decided to give Schilke a shot. I understand why he loved it so much now. The material seems softer, probably due to the slightly wider rim compared to Bach mouthpieces, which made endurance a breeze. My attacks are cleaner, the horn feels more free blowing, and I feel like my tuning is much more stable. I'd recommend Schilke to everyone, just make sure you go to their website to research which mouthpiece is right for you. The 47 has a similar inner diameter to the 6.5AL, but a slightly shallower cup and (as with all standard Schilkes) a wider rim. For reference, I play on a Bach TB200B
I used to love the 51d on a large shank besson euphonium but when I got the newer yamaha horn from the school it was a small shank. I used a 51d for awhile but it wasnt as round as it used to be. So I bought a 52E2 and just recieved it today. It was love at first play, I felt as if I were on a large shank horn and I have my round dark sound back. Not to sure how my intonation will be but thats a personal thing but so far I love it.
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