SOLD - medium, round chamber. Made of hard rubber. Email for more information! Item: WWSL4.7W6.12151.6-015
SOLD - Sound File - These are one of the best Hard Rubber Mouthpieces ever made. These have a a Nice big sound, medium tone, not too dark, not too bright, Sarge had THREE in his collection for a while-- It's "best of" material! serial number 122576. Bob Carpenter reface to a highly desirable 0.105". Item: Bob's Collection
$45.00 - Is this a from a Brilhart "Hard Rubber" blank??? After a customer noticed the similarities to the Brilhart "Hard Rubber" mouthpiece design, I looked into this one further. Under inspection:
-yes, the side walls vs the rounded walls.
-the HR has a longer beak tooth pad, but shorter overall mpc length.
-the HR has more of a roll-over baffle (I think this is true also prior to the refacing of the HR in the photo too).
= however, I would not put this two mouthpieces in the same "sound" category... but there may be something to say about the potential of the similar rubber material being used due to their resemblance. Although, I lean toward pointing out the color of their rubbers. That doesn't rule the PM mouthpiece out though. Perhaps these Penzel-Mueller mouthpieces are in the "deep sleeper" category for tone, price, and popularity. Item:WWSL4.7W6.12151.6-010
$45.00 - Please inquire for additional information.
SOLD -Refaced elsewhere. We will do work to this mouthpiece. Please inquire for additional information.
$65.00 - Large chamber. May look like a vintage 1920/30s Selmer stencil due to the "D" on the table. The "RAC" stamp is to say that Bob put his mark on it.Please inquire for additional information.
$30.00 - Inquire for additional information. Item:WWSL4.7W6.12151.6-006
SOLD - These can be great starter mouthpieces. Rico's description on this new mouthpiece: "RICO ROYAL GRAFTONITE TONE CHAMBERS Tone Chamber Style (A, B, or C): The tone chamber of a mouthpiece is the inside area of the mouthpiece. The size and shape of the tone chamber will change the tone quality of the instrument. The bigger the facing number, the farther back the reed goes before actually touching the mouthpiece. Changing the facing of the mouthpiece will generally change the volume of the instrument. With a shorter facing (3), less of the reed is vibrating, so the instrument will tend to be quieter, with a longer facing (7), more of the reed is vibrating, so the instrument will tend to be louder." Item: WWSL4.7W6.12151.6-001