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Euphonium Mouthpieces

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Any brass musical instrument will respond better and produce better tone when it is used with a mouthpiece that best fits the horn and the player. The list below consists of euphonium mouthpiece specifications provided by manufacturer's literature. Different brands may measure slightly differently. The cup depth indication is subjective and is provided for convenience. The abbveviations are: S=shallow, MS=medium-shalloe, M=medium, MD=medium-deep, D=deep. One maker's M might be comparable to another maker's MD. The same subjectivity applies to the Rim Width indication. Entries in the Notes column are usually gleaned from the maker's marketing literature. (If you don't see a mouthpiece brand that should be included, or if you have corrections, please use our contact form to send a suggestion. It would help if you can provide the manufacturer's web site.)
If you wish to find moutpieces that are close to yours in size (or close to another model you know), just click on the Rim column for the one you want to compare. The page will reload with mouthpieces that are the same size, or are slightly smaller or larger.
Shank size: Medium Euphonium Shank (i.e. Old Besson). (Change to:   Tenor   Bass )
Comparing mouthpieces near 26.54 mm in cup width   (View all sizes)
Brand Model Rim
Cup Depth Rim Width Throat Back
Doug Elliott  104  26.50 / 1.043"          
  105  26.75 / 1.053"          
Joseph Klier  EU4-4A  26.50 / 1.043" VD    7.2     
  EU4-4B  26.50 / 1.043"   6.8     
  EU4-4C  26.50 / 1.043"   6.6     
Loud  LM-25E  26.30 / 1.035" 7.4mm    Euphonium, similar to 51D 
  LM-20E  26.60 / 1.043" 7.4mm    Similar to SM3 
Parker Mouthpieces  4G XD Kevin Williams  26.50 / 1.040"   .280  427   
  4G 53  26.50 / 1.040" MD    .280  427   
  4G 3G  26.50 / 1.040"   .280  427   
Steven Mead  SM3M (buy)  26.40 / 1.039" 6.80mm  7.38mm  Barrel   
  SM3.5M  26.40 / 1.039" 6.80mm  7.62mm  Barrel   

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