These carefully thought out shapes, combined with your choice of standard or vortex backbore, will suit a wide variety of physical approaches and playing styles and will point you towards your musical goals!
While our line was designed with stainless steel in mind, we now also offer our cups in Alu-Bronze.
Some players still prefer to play on a traditional brass mouthpiece as opposed to the more modern stainless steel. Our Alu-Bronze cups, even when combined with a regular stainless steel shank, offer a feel and sound virtually indistinguishable from brass. Alu-Bronze however, is an overall superior material that has none of the drawbacks of brass in terms of durability and toxicity.
Our small cup design. While quite shallow in depth, it has a pronounced bowl shape to add volume, and keep the sound from becoming thin.
Recommended starting bore size: 4,2mm in our standard backbore or 4,4mm in our vortex backbore.
Our medium-small cup design has the same depth as our 'M' cup design, but is more V shaped.
The sound is brighter with a very centered core that projects easily.
Recommended starting bore size: 4,4mm in our standard backbore or 4,6mm in our vortex backbore.
Our medium cup design features a more pronounced upper bowl shape coupled to a medium funnel throat.
The sound is round, clear and well centered.
Recommended starting bore size: 4,6mm in our standard backbore or 4,8mm in our vortex backbore.
Our medium-large cup design features a funnel shaped cup that is slightly S shaped.
The sound is warm yet vibrant. Recommended starting bore size: 4,8mm in our standard backbore or 5mm in our vortex backbore.
Our large cup design features a deep bowl/funnel hybrid cup. The sound is warm and lush, yet open and clear.
Particular care was taken in the design of this cup, so that it features all the 'desirable' qualities players look for in a larger cup, while maintaining efficiency.
Recommended starting bore size: 5mm in our standard backbore or 5,2mm in our vortex backbore.
For years I've played with itching swollen lips from metal allergies. In desperation I commissioned a custom mouthpiece in SS modeled after the C15. Great, but when I needed a second with more high support, the cost was prohibitive. That's when I cam across these mouthpieces. The cup joins the shank flawlessly, and the MS shape is like the Chambers I prefer, but shallower, providing easy access to the high end, but still with enough flexibility to shape the tone and dynamics. Rim join is perfect.