Top 10 Mouthpiece! - Similar to Bach 7C, Warburton 5MD
- Slightly smaller diameter than Bach 5C with similar cup
- Provides a rich sound and smooth transition between notes
- Suitable for a wide variety of playing situations, including orchestra, concert band, jazz soloing (not lead) and chamber quintet
- Inner Diameter: .650 inches measured .04 inches into the cup
- Outer Diameter: 1.104 inches
- Cup Depth: MDV (Medium Deep V) cup (similar to a Bach 1 1/2 C or 5C, Warburton MD, regular Schilke, or Yamaha C cup, but with a slightly more V shaped transition into the throat)
- Produces a large, dark orchestral sound, which is a little darker than the MD
- Backbore: Best used on an ML (Medium-Large) backbore which can be purchased here
- Feels softer than brass but less soft and Delrin on the chops.
- Less slippery than metal but more slippery than Delrin.
- Grip intermediate between Delrin and silver.
- Feel slightly smaller than the metal counterparts.
- Smoother than Delrin, very similar to silver.
- Comfortable to play in cold weather.
- Responsive to soft articulation.
- Articulation is clearer than Delrin, very similar to metal.
- Sound is slightly darker than brass and brighter than Delrin.
- More core in the sound than Delrin, but not as much core as metal.
- Acrylic is a brittle plastic and is likely to break if dropped