Schilke Trumpet Mouthpiece Gold Plated ปากเป่าทรัมเป็ตชุบทอง ชิลกี

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Schilke Trumpet Mouthpiece Gold Plated ปากเป่าทรัมเป็ตชุบทอง ชิลกี ; ปากเป่าชิลกี ออกแบบตามแบบคลาสสิคดั้งเดิม และมีให้เลือกหลากหลาย มีไม่กี่บริษัทที่รู้เรื่องการออกแบบและกลไกปากเป่าดีเท่าชิลกี มีแบบของปากเป่าที่ใช้ได้กับเครื่องดนตรีทุกชนิด แต่ที่ดีเป็นพิเศษคือทรัมเป็ต

เส้นผ่านศูนย์กลางคัพ (ตัวเลขตำแหน่งแรกของเบอร์): เลขน้อยที่สุดมีขนาดเส้นผ่านศูนย์กลางเล็กที่สุด ขนาดใหญ่ขึ้นตามลำดับตัวเลขที่มากขึ้น
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ลักษณะขอบ (ตัวเลขตำแหน่งที่สองของเบอร์): ขอบเริ่มจากกลมที่สุดไปถึงกลมน้อยที่สุด ไล่ไปตามตัวเลขจากน้อยไปมาก – 1: กลมที่สุด; 2: กึ่ง-กลม; 3: มาตรฐาน; 4: กึ่ง-แบน; 5: แบนที่สุด
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Schilke Mouthpieces feature a classic design and offer a wide array of options to choose from. Few companies know more about mouthpiece manufacture, design and physics than the Schilke Company. They make a complete line of excellent trumpet mouthpieces that work with any instrument but especially compliment their fine line of outstanding trumpets.

Cup Diameter (First number in label): smallest numbers have the smallest diameters. Diameter size increases as the number increases.
Cup Volume (First letter in label): volume ranges from A to E from small to large – A: Small; B: Medium-Small; C: Medium (Standard); D: Medium-Large; E: Large
Rim Contour (Second number in label): rims range from roundest to slightly rounded in numeric order from low to high – 1: Roundest; 2: Simi-Round; 3: Standard; 4: Semi-Flat; 5: Slightly Rounded
Backbore (Last letter in label): backbores range from tight to large in alphabetical order: a: Tight; b: Straight; c: Standard; d: Slightly Curved Out; e: Large

Schilke Trumpet Mouthpieces
Model Diameter Throat Description
Millim. Inches
5A4 15.84 .624″
40/64″
26 Small cup diameter with shallow “A” cup and semi-flat rim offers comfort and resistance in the upper register.
6A4A 15.99 .630″
40/64″
27 ARTIST MODEL – Developed for Bill Chase. A small shallow “A” cup with cushion #4 rim for extremely high register work.
6A4A
Heavyweight
15.99 .630″
40/64″
27 Small diameter mouthpiece with shallow “A” cup with cushion #4 rim. Additional mass provides a darker focused sound, with more secure slotting and increased projection at louder dynamic levels.
7B4 16.08 .633″
41/64″
26 (Formerly Model “K”) Excellent for the player with thin lips. A #4 rim provides good endurance with a brilliant tone.
8A4 16.25 .640″
41/64″
26 The slightly funnel-shaped cup at the entrance to the throat provides a good tone and the #4 semi-flat rim gives superior endurance.
8E2 16.15 .636″
41/64″
26 A deep funnel-shaped cup provides a mellow sound, very flexible in all registers.
9 16.33 .643″
41/64″
26 (Formerly Model “B”) Designed for Edward B. Lewellyn, former principal trumpet player of the Chicago Symphony. Standard characteristics allow for full penetrating tone quality.
9C4 16.36 .644″
41/64″
26 Like the #9, however, the #4 semi-flat rim provides excellent endurance.
10A4A 16.43 .647″
41/64″
27 ARTIST MODEL – The combination of the shallow “A” cup, semi-flat #4 rim and tight “a” backbore aids an extremely high register. An ideal piccolo mouthpiece.
10A4 16.43 .647″
41/64″
26 ARTIST MODEL – Same as above #10A4a, but with a standard “c” backbore.
10B4 16.43 .647″
41/64″
26 A medium-small, funnel-shaped “B” cup makes for a good sound and additional support in the upper register.
11A 16.51 .650″
21/32″
26 Rim size and contour similar to the #11, but with a shallow “A” cup.
11AX 16.51 .650″
21/32″
27 This model was developed for the Schilke piccolo trumpets. The “x” backbore improves the ease of playing and opens up the sound on the piccolo. Also available in a trumpet shank.
11C2 16.51 .650″
21/32
26 Similar to the #11 featuring a slightly rounded #2 rim contour.
11 16.53 .651″
21/32″
26 (Formerly Model “H”) A superior mouthpiece with average standard characteristics for free blowing.
11D4 16.58 .653″
21/32″
26 Slightly deeper than the #11 with a #4 semi-flat rim, providing a definite cushion feel for endurance.
11E 16.58 .653″
21/32″
26 The large funnel-shaped cup encourages a big round tone, ideal for comet.
12A4A 16.71 .658″
21/32″
27 ARTIST MODEL – Similar to the #12B4 but with a shallow “A” cup, tight “a” backbore. adding both endurance and range.
12A4 16.71 .658″
21/32″
26 ARTIST MODEL – Same as above. but with a larger standard “c” backbore.
12B4 16.71 .658″
21/32″
26 The medium-small conical “B” cup provides a full tone and the #4 semi-flat rim allows for more endurance. Excellent for modern jazz.
12 16.69 .657″
21/32″
26 (Formerly Model “J”) With the standard medium characteristics of “C” cup, #3 rim and “C” backbore, this mouthpiece produces a brilliance sought by the studio player.
13 16.89 .665″
21/32″
26 Ideal choice for a student or developing player with standard #3 rim contour. Rounder rim provides increased flexibility and quick responce. “C” cup offers volume for tone.
13
Heavyweight
16.89 .665″
21/32″
26 Ideal choice for a student or developing player with standard #3 rim contour. Rounder rim provides increased flexibility and quick responce. “C” cup offers volume for tone. Additional mass provides a darker focused sound, with more secure slotting and increased projection at louder dynamic levels.
13A4a 16.76 .660″
21/32″
27 ARTIST MODEL – Shallow “A” cup. semi-flat #4 rim and tight “a” backbore. An ideal trumpet mouthpiece for playing lead.
13A4a
Heavyweight
16.76 .660″
21/32″
27 The shallow “A” cup, semi-flat #4 rim and tight “a” backbore creates an ideal mouthpiece. Additional mass provides a darker focused sound, with more secure slotting and increased projection at louder dynamic levels.
13A4 16.76 .660″
21/32″
26 ARTIST MODEL – Same as above, except for the standard “c” backbore that makes it a freer blowing mouthpiece.
13B 16.77 .660″
21/32″
26 ARTIST MODEL – Has a “B” cup slightly deeper than the above and a narrow rounded rim, used by Frank Lisanti.
13C4 16.89 .665″
43/64″
26 A somewhat sharp inner-edge combined with a funnel shaped “C” cup insures good clear tone and the #4 semi-flat rim adds to endurance.
13D4 16.89 .665″
43/64″
27 Best option for a player looking for a thick, rich, weighted sound. Medium large ‘D’ cup offers a tone that is colorful with depth. #4 semi-flat rim affords comfort with sharper bite for superior articulation clarity. Diameter ideal for all players from student to professional.
14A4a 17.09 .673″
43/64″
27 ARTIST MODEL – Developed for Forrest Buchtel, formerly with the Woody Herman Band, The shallow “A” cup, semi-flat #4 rim and tight “a” backbore permits a good upper register with large tone.
14A4a
Heavyweight
17.09 .673″
43/64″
27 Shallow “A” cup, semi-flat #4 rim and tight “a” backbore for lead work. Additional mass provides a darker focused sound, with more secure slotting and increased projection at louder dynamic levels.
14A4 17.09 .673″
43/64″
26 ARTIST MODEL – Same as above except for a more open standard “c” backbore.
14A4x 17.09 .673″
43/64″
27 Based on the popular 14A4a, this mouthpiece creates a very open blowing feel with the large “x” backbore. This backbore improves the ease of playing and opens up the sound of our piccolo trumpet. Also ideal for Eb soprano cornet.
14B 17.02 .670″
43/64″
26 ARTIST MODEL – Similar to the #14 but with a “B” medium-small, shallow cup.
14C2 17.02 .670″
43/64″
26 (Formerly the Model “V”) With a standard “C” cup and a semi-rounded #2 rim. This mouthpiece produces a rather large tone with a good center.
14 17.02 .670″
43/64″
26 All the Schilke standard characteristics make this an excellent mouthpiece for the legitimate musician to produce a full orchestral quality.
14
Heavyweight
17.02 .670″
43/64″
26 With the standard rim, cup, and backbone, the 14 is an excellent choice for all around playing. Additional mass provides a darker focused sound, with more secure slotting and increased projection at louder dynamic levels.
15A4A 17.14 .675″
43/64″
27 ARTIST MODEL – Corresponds to the #15C4 but with a shallow “A” Cup and tight “a” backbore for extreme upper register playing.
15A4A
Heavyweight
17.14 .675″
43/64″
27 A larger diameter mouthpiece with an “A” cup and tight “a” backbore for upper register playing. Additional mass provides a darker focused sound, with more secure slotting and increased projection at louder dynamic levels.
15A4 17.14 .675″
43/64″
26 ARTIST MODEL – Same as above but with a more open free blowing “c” backbore.
15B 17.12 .674″
43/64″
26 Same as the #15 except the shallower medium-small “B” cup produces a brighter quality of sound.
15 17.12 .674″
43/64″
26 An excellent mouthpiece with Schilke average standard characteristics for free blowing and all-around playing.
15
Heavyweight
17.12 .674″
43/64″
26 An excellent all around mouthpiece with a standard C cupand #3 rim. Additional mass provides a darker focused sound, with more secure slotting and increased projection at louder dynamic levels.
15C4 17.14 .675″
43/64″
26 Similar to the above #15. The semi-flat #4 rim provides for greater endurance.
16B4 17.20 .677″
43/64″
26 Same as the #16C4 except the shallower medium-small “Be” cup offers more ressistance, providing a brighter quality of sound. The 16B4 is excellent choice for Eb trumpet when a player requires a bigger rim diameter.
16C2 17.20 .677″
43/64″
26 (Formerly Model “S”) Has a definite “bite” on the inner edge of the #2 semi-round rim, permitting greater flexibility.
16C4
Heavyweight
17.20 .677″
43/64″
26 A standard cup and #4 semi-round rim, for a more traditional feel. Additional mass provides a darker focused sound, with more secure slotting and increased projection at louder dynamic levels.
16 17.20 .677″
43/64″
26 (Formerly Model “W”) With all the standard characteristics, this medium-large diameter mouthpiece produces a full free blowing quality.
17B4 17.33 .682″
22/32″
26 Well suited for the player looking for a shallower cup in a larger diameter. Medium-small “B” cup offers more briallance for projection with #4 semi-flat rim for comfort.
17 17.33 .682″
22/32″
26 A compromise of all the medium characteristics, this is an excellent medium-large diameter mouthpiece.
17
Heavyweight
17.33 .682″
22/32″
26 A compromise of all the medium characteristics, this is an excellent medium-large diameter mouthpiece. Additional mass provides a darker focused sound, with more secure slotting and increased projection at louder dynamic levels.
17D4 17.33 .682″
22/32″
26 Similar to the #17 with a “D” medium-large cup and #4 semi-flat cushion rim.
17D4d 17.33 .682″
22/32″
26 Same as above, with a slight curved-out “d” backbore.
18B4 17.52 .690″
22/32″
26 Ideal for a classic player looking for a commercial sound, the menium shallow cup and semi-flat rim provide resistance and comfort for upper register playing. Cup shape offers some sparkle in the sound with enough volume for tone.
18 17.52 .690″
22/32″
26 (Formerly Model “R”) The high point of the rim being nearer the center makes this mouthpiece feel much smaller. The standard characteristics produce a rich brilliant tone.
18
Heavyweight
17.52 .690″
22/32″
26 Larger diameter mouthpiece with a standard “C” cup and #3 rim Ideal for symphonic work.
18C3d 17.52 .690″
22/32″
26 Similar to the #18 model but with a large “d” backbore, producing an even larger more “teutonic” sound.
19 17.65 .695″
43/64″
26 The “C” cup, #3 rim and standard “c” backbore are similar to the #20 model but has slightly smaller diameter.
20 17.78 .700″
45/64″
26 (Formerly Model “R 10″) This large diameter is for the robust embouchure. Used by the symphony orchestra player.
20
Heavyweight
17.78 .700″
45/64″
26 This large diameter is for the robust emboucure and offers a huge volume of sound. Additional mass provides a darker focused sound, with more secure slotting and increased projection at louder dynamic levels.
20D2d 17.73 .698″
45/64″
26 ARTIST MODEL – Designed for Georges Mager, formerly principal trumpet with Boston Symphony. Like the #20 except a medium large deep cup, #2 semi-round rim and a “d” slightly curved backbore.
22 18.03 .710″
45/64″
26 (Formerly Model “R20″) Like the model #20 with a slightly larger cup diameter, producing somewhat greater potential in sound.
24 18.29 .720″
23/32″
26 (Formerly Model “R30″) Extra large cup diameter for the well trained trumpeter. Provides a huge volume of tone.