Denis Wick SM Ultra 4XR Gold plated

£109.00
Reference:  ACDWU4XRG
Stock:  In stock In stock
Quantity:

Brand new (November 2018), we have a now model Ultra 4X euphonium mouthpiece, the SM ULTRA4XR.  Already one of the most popular euphonium mouthpieces in the world, we have developed a modification to this great mouthpiece.

It has a new rounded rim, giving great comfort to the player, with a newly-designed inner shape and slightly reduced cup depth.

The result is a new feel, almost a 'sports' model if you like, with enormous possibilities in the higher register, with an ease of playing and crystal clear high tones. The middle range is further energised. Perhaps it doesnt have the weight of sound in the lower register of the regular U4X but the notes speak so clearly.

Could this be the mouthpiece to give you massive confidence in the higher range, and add valuable time to your stamina? We think so!

Nearly a year in the design, we are happy to launch this exciting new 4XR to the hugely popular Ultra and Ultra X range.

This is the gold plated version. The silver plated version is also available on this site.

Steven Mead

Denis Wick SM Ultra 4XR Silver plated

£80.00
Reference:  ACDWU4XRS
Stock:  In stock In stock
Quantity:

Brand new (November 2018), we have a now model Ultra 4X euphonium mouthpiece, the SM ULTRA4XR.  Already one of the most popular euphonium mouthpieces in the world, we have developed a modification to this great mouthpiece.

It has a new rounded rim, giving great comfort to the player, with a newly-designed inner shape and slightly reduced cup depth.

The result is a new feel, almost a 'sports' model if you like, with enormous possibilities in the higher register, with an ease of playing and crystal clear high tones. The middle range is further energised. Perhaps it doesnt have the weight of sound in the lower register of the regular U4X but the notes speak so clearly.

Could this be the mouthpiece to give you massive confidence in the higher range, and add valuable time to your stamina? We think so!

Nearly a year in the design, we are happy to launch this exciting new 4XR to the hugely popular Ultra and Ultra X range.

This is the silver plated version. The gold plated version is also available on this site.

Steven Mead

Denis Wick Euphonium SM3U-X Gold plated

£130.00 - £107.50
Reference:  MPDWSM3UX-1
Stock:  In stock In stock
Quantity:

This is the New Ultra X mouthpiece,  a new addition to the popular Ultra range for euphonium and baritone,  designed by Steven Mead and manufactured by Denis Wick Products Ltd.

 They have a significant modification from the current Ultra range in that they have a differently contoured internal cup shape and cup depth.  The benefits are described below.

 This page is for the:  Ultra 3 X  (large bore euphonium ) in gold plate.

 I recommend this mouthpiece for anyone who currently plays the current Ultra 3 and looking for more support and power especially in the upper register.  In addition anyone who currently plays a mouthpiece with the 4 rim  should find the step up to the 3X  beneficial and very easy to manage.  SM


It's been a couple of years now since we launched the Ultra series of mouthpieces for euphonium and baritone. I'm really thrilled to see that these mouthpieces have gone on to become much loved and established amongst leading players as well as amateur musicians. The combination of positive response, rich tone, extended range and the comfortable rim has made it one of the most popular mouthpieces around.
Does that mean that I as a professional soloist sit back and stop looking to improve? Well anyone that knows me knows that this is impossible! What more could I want from a mouthpiece?
The demands of new music that I'm working on continue to grow, and the challenge of touring and playing virtually non-stop can also take its toll on the lips. I thought long and hard about these challenges and also listened to some comments from people who currently enjoying the current Ultra range, who would tell me that they love the sound, tone and the response but sometimes they get a little bit tired, perhaps earlier than they would wish!
When I combined these two thoughts I began to imagine small but significant modifications to the existing range and so we set about experimenting not with the outer shape and comfortable rim edge, but with the interior. Was there a way to harness even more response, without sacrificing what we already love about the existing mouthpiece? Due to the skill and expertise of the people at the Denis Wick factory we were able to transfer these ideas into a precise design, thereby transforming the current design into something that I now regard as even more special.
We redesigned the internal shape and depth of the existing models, in a combination of rim size and cup depth that has not been experimented with before in the world of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Almost always a large rim has meant a deep or very deep cup depth, and a small rim has implied the need for a very shallow depth. It was time to break one or two conventions!
the number 3), since early July and can honestly say I have  never felt more comfortable with my performance. I have done some very physically demanding  concerts and recitals, often up to 2 hours in length, including some new works that test the high register rather mercilessly! The new Ultra X has passed the test with flying colours and I've found that I can play day after day with no ill effects after a very heavy day's playing the day before.

It may be that the Ultra X for euphonium (Model size 3 and 4) and baritone (Model size 4) will not be for everyone, but I have a feeling, a very strong feeling, that it will give performers of all ages and experiences added confidence and improve performance.
• You will undoubtedly feel an improvement in stamina.
• You will find much greater clarity and stability in the high range. This means that not only are the high notes a lot more achievable, and for a longer time, but will also be much more controllable dynamically and tonally.
• It also helps to stabilise the embouchure, requiring less movement from the lips, especially with flexibility, slurring and playing right across the range.
• Low tones are also clearer and less ‘spread'.
• Articulation seems to be generally more reliable, especially at soft dynamics.
• It also enables you to play slightly longer phrases.
• For some, you may even feel that you don't need to practice quite so much to keep up your stamina. As a teacher I feel slightly uncomfortable about saying this because of the age-old ‘practice, practice, practice' methodology! But now you can work on other things apart from stamina building!

But please don't just take my word for it, test it for yourself!

tags ultra x, wick, u3

Denis Wick Euphonium SM3U-X Silver plated

£81.75 - £74.00
Reference:  MPDWSM3UX-2
Stock:  In stock In stock
Quantity:

 

This is the New Ultra X mouthpiece,  a new addition to the popular Ultra range for euphonium and baritone,  designed by Steven Mead and manufactured by Denis Wick Products Ltd.

 They have a significant modification from the current Ultra range in that they have a differently contoured internal cup shape and cup depth.  The benefits are described below.

 This page is for the:  Ultra 3 X   (large bore euphonium ) in silver plate.

 I recommend this mouthpiece for anyone who currently plays the current Ultra 3 and looking for more support and power especially in the upper register.  In addition anyone who currently plays a mouthpiece with the 4 rim  should find the step up to the 3X  beneficial and very easy to manage.  SM

Steve writes: It's been a couple of years now since we launched the Ultra series of mouthpieces for euphonium and baritone. I'm really thrilled to see that these mouthpieces have gone on to become much loved and established amongst leading players as well as amateur musicians. The combination of positive response, rich tone, extended range and the comfortable rim has made it one of the most popular mouthpieces around.
Does that mean that I as a professional soloist sit back and stop looking to improve? Well anyone that knows me knows that this is impossible! What more could I want from a mouthpiece?
The demands of new music that I'm working on continue to grow, and the challenge of touring and playing virtually non-stop can also take its toll on the lips. I thought long and hard about these challenges and also listened to some comments from people who currently enjoying the current Ultra range, who would tell me that they love the sound, tone and the response but sometimes they get a little bit tired, perhaps earlier than they would wish!
When I combined these two thoughts I began to imagine small but significant modifications to the existing range and so we set about experimenting not with the outer shape and comfortable rim edge, but with the interior. Was there a way to harness even more response, without sacrificing what we already love about the existing mouthpiece? Due to the skill and expertise of the people at the Denis Wick factory we were able to transfer these ideas into a precise design, thereby transforming the current design into something that I now regard as even more special.
We redesigned the internal shape and depth of the existing models, in a combination of rim size and cup depth that has not been experimented with before in the world of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Almost always a large rim has meant a deep or very deep cup depth, and a small rim has implied the need for a very shallow depth. It was time to break one or two conventions!

I've been playing on the new Ultra X (I play the number 3), since early July and can honestly say I have  never felt more comfortable with my performance. I have done some very physically demanding  concerts and recitals, often up to 2 hours in length, including some new works that test the high register rather mercilessly! The new Ultra X has passed the test with flying colours and I've found that I can play day after day with no ill effects after a very heavy day's playing the day before.
It may be that the Ultra X for euphonium (Model size 3 and 4) and baritone (Model size 4) will not be for everyone, but I have a feeling, a very strong feeling, that it will give performers of all ages and experiences added confidence and improve performance. 
• You will undoubtedly feel an improvement in stamina.
• You will find much greater clarity and stability in the high range. This means that not only are the high notes a lot more achievable, and for a longer time, but will also be much more controllable dynamically and tonally. 
• It also helps to stabilise the embouchure, requiring less movement from the lips, especially with flexibility, slurring and playing right across the range. 
• Low tones are also clearer and less ‘spread'. 
• Articulation seems to be generally more reliable, especially at soft dynamics. 
• It also enables you to play slightly longer phrases. 
• For some, you may even feel that you don't need to practice quite so much to keep up your stamina. As a teacher I feel slightly uncomfortable about saying this because of the age-old ‘practice, practice, practice' methodology! But now you can work on other things apart from stamina building!

But please don't just take my word for it, test it for yourself!

tags ultra x, wick, u3

Denis Wick Euphonium Ultra SM4U-X Gold plated

£130.00 - £105.00
Reference:  MPDWSM4UX-1
Stock:  In stock In stock
Quantity:

This is the super popular New Ultra X mouthpiece,  a new addition to the popular Ultra range for euphonium and baritone,  designed and played by Steven Mead and manufactured by Denis Wick Products Ltd.

They have a significant modification from the current Ultra range in that they have a differently contoured internal cup shape and cup depth.  The benefits are described below.

 This page is for the:  Ultra 4 X   (large bore euphonium ) in gold plate.

 I recommend this mouthpiece for anyone who currently plays the current Ultra 4 and looking for more support and power especially in the upper register.  In addition anyone who currently plays a mouthpiece with the 5 rim  should find the step up to the 4X beneficial and very easy to manage.  SM

Steve writes: It's been a couple of years now since we launched the Ultra series of mouthpieces for euphonium and baritone. I'm really thrilled to see that these mouthpieces have gone on to become much loved and established amongst leading players as well as amateur musicians. The combination of positive response, rich tone, extended range and the comfortable rim has made it one of the most popular mouthpieces around.
Does that mean that I as a professional soloist sit back and stop looking to improve? Well anyone that knows me knows that this is impossible! What more could I want from a mouthpiece?
The demands of new music that I'm working on continue to grow, and the challenge of touring and playing virtually non-stop can also take its toll on the lips. I thought long and hard about these challenges and also listened to some comments from people who currently enjoying the current Ultra range, who would tell me that they love the sound, tone and the response but sometimes they get a little bit tired, perhaps earlier than they would wish!
When I combined these two thoughts I began to imagine small but significant modifications to the existing range and so we set about experimenting not with the outer shape and comfortable rim edge, but with the interior. Was there a way to harness even more response, without sacrificing what we already love about the existing mouthpiece? Due to the skill and expertise of the people at the Denis Wick factory we were able to transfer these ideas into a precise design, thereby transforming the current design into something that I now regard as even more special.
We redesigned the internal shape and depth of the existing models, in a combination of rim size and cup depth that has not been experimented with before in the world of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Almost always a large rim has meant a deep or very deep cup depth, and a small rim has implied the need for a very shallow depth. It was time to break one or two conventions!

I've been playing on the new Ultra X since early July and can honestly say I have  never felt more comfortable with my performance. I have done some very physically demanding  concerts and recitals, often up to 2 hours in length, including some new works that test the high register rather mercilessly! The new Ultra X has passed the test with flying colours and I've found that I can play day after day with no ill effects after a very heavy day's playing the day before.
It may be that the Ultra X for euphonium (Model size 3 and 4) and baritone (Model size 4) will not be for everyone, but I have a feeling, a very strong feeling, that it will give performers of all ages and experiences added confidence and improve performance. 
• You will undoubtedly feel an improvement in stamina.
• You will find much greater clarity and stability in the high range. This means that not only are the high notes a lot more achievable, and for a longer time, but will also be much more controllable dynamically and tonally. 
• It also helps to stabilise the embouchure, requiring less movement from the lips, especially with flexibility, slurring and playing right across the range. 
• Low tones are also clearer and less ‘spread'. 
• Articulation seems to be generally more reliable, especially at soft dynamics. 
• It also enables you to play slightly longer phrases. 
• For some, you may even feel that you don't need to practice quite so much to keep up your stamina. As a teacher I feel slightly uncomfortable about saying this because of the age-old ‘practice, practice, practice' methodology! But now you can work on other things apart from stamina building!

But please don't just take my word for it, test it for yourself! 

tags ultra x, wick, u4

Denis Wick Euphonium SM4U-X Silver plated

£86.00 - £86.00
Reference:  MPDWSM4UX-2
Stock:  In stock In stock
Quantity:

This is the  Ultra X mouthpiece,  a new addition to the popular Ultra range for euphonium and baritone,  designed by Steven Mead and manufactured by Denis Wick Products Ltd.

 They have a significant modification from the current Ultra range in that they have a differently contoured internal cup shape and cup depth.  The benefits are described below.

 This page is for the:  Ultra 4 X  (large bore euphonium ) in silverplate.

 I recommend this mouthpiece for anyone who currently plays the current Ultra 4 and looking for more support and power especially in the upper register.  In addition anyone who currently plays a mouthpiece with the 5 rim  should find the step up to the 4X  beneficial and very easy to manage.  SM

Steve writes : It's been a couple of years now since we launched the Ultra series of mouthpieces for euphonium and baritone. I'm really thrilled to see that these mouthpieces have gone on to become much loved and established amongst leading players as well as amateur musicians. The combination of positive response, rich tone, extended range and the comfortable rim has made it one of the most popular mouthpieces around.
Does that mean that I as a professional soloist sit back and stop looking to improve? Well anyone that knows me knows that this is impossible! What more could I want from a mouthpiece?
The demands of new music that I'm working on continue to grow, and the challenge of touring and playing virtually non-stop can also take its toll on the lips. I thought long and hard about these challenges and also listened to some comments from people who currently enjoying the current Ultra range, who would tell me that they love the sound, tone and the response but sometimes they get a little bit tired, perhaps earlier than they would wish!
When I combined these two thoughts I began to imagine small but significant modifications to the existing range and so we set about experimenting not with the outer shape and comfortable rim edge, but with the interior. Was there a way to harness even more response, without sacrificing what we already love about the existing mouthpiece? Due to the skill and expertise of the people at the Denis Wick factory we were able to transfer these ideas into a precise design, thereby transforming the current design into something that I now regard as even more special.
We redesigned the internal shape and depth of the existing models, in a combination of rim size and cup depth that has not been experimented with before in the world of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Almost always a large rim has meant a deep or very deep cup depth, and a small rim has implied the need for a very shallow depth. It was time to break one or two conventions!
I've been playing on the new Ultra X (I play the number 3), since early July and can honestly say I have  never felt more comfortable with my performance. I have done some very physically demanding  concerts and recitals, often up to 2 hours in length, including some new works that test the high register rather mercilessly! The new Ultra X has passed the test with flying colours and I've found that I can play day after day with no ill effects after a very heavy day's playing the day before.

It may be that the Ultra X for euphonium (Model size 3 and 4) and baritone (Model size 4) will not be for everyone, but I have a feeling, a very strong feeling, that it will give performers of all ages and experiences added confidence and improve performance. 
• You will undoubtedly feel an improvement in stamina.
• You will find much greater clarity and stability in the high range. This means that not only are the high notes a lot more achievable, and for a longer time, but will also be much more controllable dynamically and tonally. 
• It also helps to stabilise the embouchure, requiring less movement from the lips, especially with flexibility, slurring and playing right across the range. 
• Low tones are also clearer and less ‘spread'. 
• Articulation seems to be generally more reliable, especially at soft dynamics. 
• It also enables you to play slightly longer phrases. 
• For some, you may even feel that you don't need to practice quite so much to keep up your stamina. As a teacher I feel slightly uncomfortable about saying this because of the age-old ‘practice, practice, practice' methodology! But now you can work on other things apart from stamina building!

But please don't just take my word for it, test it for yourself! 

tags ultra x, wick, u4

Denis Wick Euphonium SM2 Ultra (Gold)

£130.00 - £106.00
Reference:  MPDWSM2U-1
Stock:  In stock In stock
Quantity:

 

This brand new addition to the highly popular and much sought after Ultra range is a big euphonium mouthpiece. The Ultra 2 is  suitable for anyone who needs something a bit bigger than the SM3, or UItra 3, or Bach 3G or Alliance 2. I have been asked about producing this mouthpiece size for some time, and finally, here it is ! Some players who double euphonium with either bass trombone or tuba will find this really perfect. There are indeed some euphonium specialists who ask about size bigger than the Ultra 3. Well, here it is ! It's a euphonium mouthpiece that will give you a massive sound, especially in the middle and low registers, and if your chops and air are up to it, also in the high range !!

 

Well, we all know how important a mouthpiece is.

It has so many impacts on the way we play, in terms of clarity of production, sound quality, range of notes that we can play comfortably, the colour of our tone, the impact on stamina, the feeling of comfort, the amount of air it takes. For an instrument like the euphonium which possesses perhaps the most beautiful sound a brass instrument is able to make (maybe I'm a little biased too!) it certainly has to sound good. The demands of modern writing mean that it should be easy to play both very high and very low. We need to play a greater range of pitch and with more extremes of dynamics these days, sometimes with a straighter tone and sometimes with a more singing tone. Never before have we needed more diversity.

In 1995 I worked with Denis Wick on the SM range of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Until that point many of us euphonium players played on mouthpieces designed for the trombone. This range has proved to be very popular both in the brass band and the symphonic wind band worlds. Many solo players also depend on this mouthpiece and I played it with pride, making many of my most acclaimed recordings with it.

As a performing professional musician, I cannot ever be truly satisfied with my performance; there would be nothing to aspire to. Practice would only be daily maintenance. I could never think like that, which is why my instincts have led me to further mouthpiece research. There are many mouthpieces available these days which are very 'positive' in their initial feeling, but because of an 'over-heavy' design have made sacrifices on the tone that we want. Is this progress? Well, of a sort, but once you play with the sound you're not happy with you may try to deceive yourself but you cannot deceive your audience. A truly great mouthpiece must tick all the boxes.

I have tested other brands over the last 12 months and liked many features of them, especially in the areas of projection, clarity and ease of articulation. It was in my mind that the really perfect euphonium mouthpiece would be one that combines the optimum tonal requirements with a more effortless production and projection and does this with as wide a range of colours as possible. From an initial concept drawing we started to get closer to the desired goal. Each prototype was subjected to rigorous testing in different acoustics, using 'blind' judges listening to the new mouthpiece in relation to others. Each time following the tests we were able to make it a little better, then again a little better.

Finally, we arrived and I'm delighted present new Denis Wick SM Ultra range for euphonium and baritone. These are the main features:

  • Highly responsive with a clear projection and centre of tone right across the range
  • High comfort rim edges
  • Warm tone that accentuate the true tonal characteristics of the euphonium and baritone
  • Enhanced clarity of production and articulation
  • Resonant singing higher register
  • Bigger toned low notes
  • Increased flexibility throughout the range
  • Tests prove the new SM Ultra improves tuning
  • Enhanced dynamic range and especially easy to play soft with a quality tone
  • New range of colours in the tone
  • A sound that always has resonance
  • tags ultra 2

    Denis Wick Euphonium SM2 Ultra (Silver)

    £86.00 - £80.00
    Reference:  MPDWSM2U-2
    Stock:  In stock In stock
    Quantity:

    This addition to the highly popular and much sought after Ultra range is a big euphonium mouthpiece. The Ultra 2 is  suitable for anyone who needs something a bit bigger than the SM3, or UItra 3, or Bach 3G or Alliance 2. I have been asked about producing this mouthpiece size for some time, and finally, here it is ! Some players who double euphonium with either bass trombone or tuba will find this really perfect. There are indeed some euphonium specialists who ask about a size bigger than the Ultra 3. Well, here it is ! It's a euphonium mouthpiece that will give you a massive sound, especially in the middle and low registers, and if your chops and air are up to it, also in the high range !!


    Well, we all know how important a mouthpiece is.

    It has so many impacts on the way we play, in terms of clarity of production, sound quality, range of notes that we can play comfortably, the colour of our tone, the impact on stamina, the feeling of comfort, the amount of air it takes. For an instrument like the euphonium which possesses perhaps the most beautiful sound a brass instrument is able to make (maybe I'm a little biased too!) it certainly has to sound good. The demands of modern writing mean that it should be easy to play both very high and very low. We need to play a greater range of pitch and with more extremes of dynamics these days, sometimes with a straighter tone and sometimes with a more singing tone. Never before have we needed more diversity.

    In 1995 I worked with Denis Wick on the SM range of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Until that point many of us euphonium players played on mouthpieces designed for the trombone. This range has proved to be very popular both in the brass band and the symphonic wind band worlds. Many solo players also depend on this mouthpiece and I played it with pride, making many of my most acclaimed recordings with it.

    As a performing professional musician, I cannot ever be truly satisfied with my performance; there would be nothing to aspire to. Practice would only be daily maintenance. I could never think like that, which is why my instincts have led me to further mouthpiece research. There are many mouthpieces available these days which are very 'positive' in their initial feeling, but because of an 'over-heavy' design have made sacrifices on the tone that we want. Is this progress? Well, of a sort, but once you play with the sound you're not happy with you may try to deceive yourself but you cannot deceive your audience. A truly great mouthpiece must tick all the boxes.

    I have tested other brands over the last 12 months and liked many features of them, especially in the areas of projection, clarity and ease of articulation. It was in my mind that the really perfect euphonium mouthpiece would be one that combines the optimum tonal requirements with a more effortless production and projection and does this with as wide a range of colours as possible. From an initial concept drawing we started to get closer to the desired goal. Each prototype was subjected to rigorous testing in different acoustics, using 'blind' judges listening to the new mouthpiece in relation to others. Each time following the tests we were able to make it a little better, then again a little better.

    Finally, we arrived and I'm delighted present new Denis Wick SM Ultra range for euphonium and baritone. These are the main features:

  • Highly responsive with a clear projection and centre of tone right across the range
  • High comfort rim edges
  • Warm tone that accentuate the true tonal characteristics of the euphonium and baritone
  • Enhanced clarity of production and articulation
  • Resonant singing higher register
  • Bigger toned low notes
  • Increased flexibility throughout the range
  • Tests prove the new SM Ultra improves tuning
  • Enhanced dynamic range and especially easy to play soft with a quality tone
  • New range of colours in the tone
  • A sound that always has resonance
  • Denis Wick Euphonium SM3 Ultra (Gold)

    £130.00 - £106.00
    Reference:  MPDWSM3U-1
    Stock:  In stock In stock
    Quantity:

    SMU3 is  suitable for anyone used to playing the SM3, 3.5 or Bach 3, or Alliance 2. This is Steve's mouthpiece of choice...!! 

    We will know how important a mouthpiece is.

    It has so many impacts on the way we play, in terms of clarity of production, sound quality, range of notes that we can play comfortably, the colour of our tone, the impact on stamina, the feeling of comfort, the amount of air it takes. For an instrument like the euphonium which possesses perhaps the most beautiful sound a brass instrument is able to make (maybe I'm a little biased too!) it certainly has to sound good. The demands of modern writing mean that it should be easy to play both very high and very low. We need to play a greater range of pitch and with more extremes of dynamics these days, sometimes with a straighter tone and sometimes with a more singing tone. Never before have we needed more diversity.

    In 1995 I worked with Denis Wick on the SM range of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Until that point many of us euphonium players played on mouthpieces designed for the trombone. This range has proved to be very popular both in the brass band and the symphonic wind band worlds. Many solo players also depend on this mouthpiece and I played it with pride, making many of my most acclaimed recordings with it.

    As a performing professional musician, I cannot ever be truly satisfied with my performance; there would be nothing to aspire to. Practice would only be daily maintenance. I could never think like that, which is why my instincts have led me to further mouthpiece research. There are many mouthpieces available these days which are very 'positive' in their initial feeling, but because of an 'over-heavy' design have made sacrifices on the tone that we want. Is this progress? Well, of a sort, but once you play with the sound you're not happy with you may try to deceive yourself but you cannot deceive your audience. A truly great mouthpiece must tick all the boxes.

    I have tested other brands over the last 12 months and liked many features of them, especially in the areas of projection, clarity and ease of articulation. It was in my mind that the really perfect euphonium mouthpiece would be one that combines the optimum tonal requirements with a more effortless production and projection and does this with as wide a range of colours as possible. From an initial concept drawing we started to get closer to the desired goal. Each prototype was subjected to rigorous testing in different acoustics, using 'blind' judges listening to the new mouthpiece in relation to others. Each time following the tests we were able to make it a little better, then again a little better.

    Finally, we arrived and I'm delighted present new Denis Wick SM Ultra range for euphonium and baritone. These are the main features:

  • Highly responsive with a clear projection and centre of tone right across the range
  • High comfort rim edges
  • Warm tone that accentuate the true tonal characteristics of the euphonium and baritone
  • Enhanced clarity of production and articulation
  • Resonant singing higher register
  • Bigger toned low notes
  • Increased flexibility throughout the range
  • Tests prove the new SM Ultra improves tuning
  • Enhanced dynamic range and especially easy to play soft with a quality tone
  • New range of colours in the tone
  • A sound that always has resonance
  • Could it be the new SM Ultra is perhaps the ultimate euphonium and baritone mouthpiece? The result of years of experience and research, maybe we've just made your playing even more enjoyable. Once you've tested it, you'll be convinced. You can't afford not to try it!

    Denis Wick Euphonium SM3 Ultra (Silver)

    £86.00 - £80.00
    Reference:  MPDWSM3U-2
    Stock:  In stock In stock
    Quantity:

    SMU3 is  suitable for anyone used to playing the SM3, 3.5 or Bach 3, or Alliance 2. This is Steve's mouthpiece of choice...!!

    We will know how important a mouthpiece is.

    It has so many impacts on the way we play, in terms of clarity of production, sound quality, range of notes that we can play comfortably, the colour of our tone, the impact on stamina, the feeling of comfort, the amount of air it takes. For an instrument like the euphonium which possesses perhaps the most beautiful sound a brass instrument is able to make (maybe I'm a little biased too!) it certainly has to sound good. The demands of modern writing mean that it should be easy to play both very high and very low. We need to play a greater range of pitch and with more extremes of dynamics these days, sometimes with a straighter tone and sometimes with a more singing tone. Never before have we needed more diversity.

    In 1995 I worked with Denis Wick on the SM range of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Until that point many of us euphonium players played on mouthpieces designed for the trombone. This range has proved to be very popular both in the brass band and the symphonic wind band worlds. Many solo players also depend on this mouthpiece and I played it with pride, making many of my most acclaimed recordings with it.

    As a performing professional musician, I cannot ever be truly satisfied with my performance; there would be nothing to aspire to. Practice would only be daily maintenance. I could never think like that, which is why my instincts have led me to further mouthpiece research. There are many mouthpieces available these days which are very 'positive' in their initial feeling, but because of an 'over-heavy' design have made sacrifices on the tone that we want. Is this progress? Well, of a sort, but once you play with the sound you're not happy with you may try to deceive yourself but you cannot deceive your audience. A truly great mouthpiece must tick all the boxes.

    I have tested other brands over the last 12 months and liked many features of them, especially in the areas of projection, clarity and ease of articulation. It was in my mind that the really perfect euphonium mouthpiece would be one that combines the optimum tonal requirements with a more effortless production and projection and does this with as wide a range of colours as possible. From an initial concept drawing we started to get closer to the desired goal. Each prototype was subjected to rigorous testing in different acoustics, using 'blind' judges listening to the new mouthpiece in relation to others. Each time following the tests we were able to make it a little better, then again a little better.

    Finally, we arrived and I'm delighted present new Denis Wick SM Ultra range for euphonium and baritone. These are the main features:

  • Highly responsive with a clear projection and centre of tone right across the range
  • High comfort rim edges
  • Warm tone that accentuate the true tonal characteristics of the euphonium and baritone
  • Enhanced clarity of production and articulation
  • Resonant singing higher register
  • Bigger toned low notes
  • Increased flexibility throughout the range
  • Tests prove the new SM Ultra improves tuning
  • Enhanced dynamic range and especially easy to play soft with a quality tone
  • New range of colours in the tone
  • A sound that always has resonance
  • Could it be the new SM Ultra is perhaps the ultimate euphonium and baritone mouthpiece? The result of years of experience and research, maybe we've just made your playing even more enjoyable. Once you've tested it, you'll be convinced. You can't afford not to try it!

    Denis Wick Euphonium SM4 Ultra (Gold)

    £130.00 - £106.00
    Reference:  MPDWSM4U-1
    Stock:  In stock In stock
    Quantity:

    SMU4 is  suitable for anyone used to playing the SM4, 3.5, 4AL or Bach 4, or Alliance 3. A superb design. The one everyone is talking about !!

    We will know how important a mouthpiece is.

    It has so many impacts on the way we play, in terms of clarity of production, sound quality, range of notes that we can play comfortably, the colour of our tone, the impact on stamina, the feeling of comfort, the amount of air it takes. For an instrument like the euphonium which possesses perhaps the most beautiful sound a brass instrument is able to make (maybe I'm a little biased too!) it certainly has to sound good. The demands of modern writing mean that it should be easy to play both very high and very low. We need to play a greater range of pitch and with more extremes of dynamics these days, sometimes with a straighter tone and sometimes with a more singing tone. Never before have we needed more diversity.

    In 1995 I worked with Denis Wick on the SM range of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Until that point many of us euphonium players played on mouthpieces designed for the trombone. This range has proved to be very popular both in the brass band and the symphonic wind band worlds. Many solo players also depend on this mouthpiece and I played it with pride, making many of my most acclaimed recordings with it.

    As a performing professional musician, I cannot ever be truly satisfied with my performance; there would be nothing to aspire to. Practice would only be daily maintenance. I could never think like that, which is why my instincts have led me to further mouthpiece research. There are many mouthpieces available these days which are very 'positive' in their initial feeling, but because of an 'over-heavy' design have made sacrifices on the tone that we want. Is this progress? Well, of a sort, but once you play with the sound you're not happy with you may try to deceive yourself but you cannot deceive your audience. A truly great mouthpiece must tick all the boxes.

    I have tested other brands over the last 12 months and liked many features of them, especially in the areas of projection, clarity and ease of articulation. It was in my mind that the really perfect euphonium mouthpiece would be one that combines the optimum tonal requirements with a more effortless production and projection and does this with as wide a range of colours as possible. From an initial concept drawing we started to get closer to the desired goal. Each prototype was subjected to rigorous testing in different acoustics, using 'blind' judges listening to the new mouthpiece in relation to others. Each time following the tests we were able to make it a little better, then again a little better.

    Finally, we arrived and I'm delighted present new Denis Wick SM Ultra range for euphonium and baritone. These are the main features:

  • Highly responsive with a clear projection and centre of tone right across the range
  • High comfort rim edges
  • Warm tone that accentuate the true tonal characteristics of the euphonium and baritone
  • Enhanced clarity of production and articulation
  • Resonant singing higher register
  • Bigger toned low notes
  • Increased flexibility throughout the range
  • Tests prove the new SM Ultra improves tuning
  • Enhanced dynamic range and especially easy to play soft with a quality tone
  • New range of colours in the tone
  • A sound that always has resonance
  • Could it be the new SM Ultra is perhaps the ultimate euphonium and baritone mouthpiece? The result of years of experience and research, maybe we've just made your playing even more enjoyable. Once you've tested it, you'll be convinced. You can't afford not to try it!

    Denis Wick Euphonium SM4 Ultra (Silver)

    £86.00 - £86.00
    Reference:  MPDWSM4U-2
    Stock:  In stock In stock
    Quantity:

    SMU4 is  suitable for anyone used to playing the SM4, 3.5, 4AL or Bach 4, or Alliance 3.  The one everyone is talking about !!

    We all know how important a mouthpiece is.

    It has so many impacts on the way we play, in terms of clarity of production, sound quality, range of notes that we can play comfortably, the colour of our tone, the impact on stamina, the feeling of comfort, the amount of air it takes. For an instrument like the euphonium which possesses perhaps the most beautiful sound a brass instrument is able to make (maybe I'm a little biased too!) it certainly has to sound good. The demands of modern writing mean that it should be easy to play both very high and very low. We need to play a greater range of pitch and with more extremes of dynamics these days, sometimes with a straighter tone and sometimes with a more singing tone. Never before have we needed more diversity.

    In 1995 I worked with Denis Wick on the SM range of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Until that point many of us euphonium players played on mouthpieces designed for the trombone. This range has proved to be very popular both in the brass band and the symphonic wind band worlds. Many solo players also depend on this mouthpiece and I played it with pride, making many of my most acclaimed recordings with it.

    As a performing professional musician, I cannot ever be truly satisfied with my performance; there would be nothing to aspire to. Practice would only be daily maintenance. I could never think like that, which is why my instincts have led me to further mouthpiece research. There are many mouthpieces available these days which are very 'positive' in their initial feeling, but because of an 'over-heavy' design have made sacrifices on the tone that we want. Is this progress? Well, of a sort, but once you play with the sound you're not happy with you may try to deceive yourself but you cannot deceive your audience. A truly great mouthpiece must tick all the boxes.

    I have tested other brands over the last 12 months and liked many features of them, especially in the areas of projection, clarity and ease of articulation. It was in my mind that the really perfect euphonium mouthpiece would be one that combines the optimum tonal requirements with a more effortless production and projection and does this with as wide a range of colours as possible. From an initial concept drawing we started to get closer to the desired goal. Each prototype was subjected to rigorous testing in different acoustics, using 'blind' judges listening to the new mouthpiece in relation to others. Each time following the tests we were able to make it a little better, then again a little better.

    Finally, we arrived and I'm delighted present Denis Wick SM Ultra range for euphonium and baritone. These are the main features:

  • Highly responsive with a clear projection and centre of tone right across the range
  • High comfort rim edges
  • Warm tone that accentuate the true tonal characteristics of the euphonium and baritone
  • Enhanced clarity of production and articulation
  • Resonant singing higher register
  • Bigger toned low notes
  • Increased flexibility throughout the range
  • Tests prove the new SM Ultra improves tuning
  • Enhanced dynamic range and especially easy to play soft with a quality tone
  • New range of colours in the tone
  • A sound that always has resonance
  • The result of years of experience and research, maybe we've just made your playing even more enjoyable. Once you've tested it, you'll be convinced. You can't afford not to try it!

    Denis Wick Euphonium SM5 Ultra (Gold)

    £130.00 - £106.00
    Reference:  MPDWSM5U-1
    Stock:  In stock In stock
    Quantity:

     

    The Ultra 5 euphonium mouthpiece is part of the highly popular and much sought after Ultra range, available since June 2011. The Ultra 5 is  suitable for anyone who prefers a slightly smaller rim diameter than the Ultra 4, SM4, 3.5, 4AL or Bach 4, or Alliance 3. A superb brand new design. Also, the cup depth is reduced a little, giving real assistance to the high range. 

    I think this mouthpiece is going to be welcomed especially by players who find the current mouthpieces (3,4) a bit big ! From Japan, to Germany, Austria for example, where there is a tradition for playing on smaller rimmed mouthpieces, this should be perfect. 

    Also,TROMBONE players have been asking me for some time to produce something smaller than the 4 to use with the trombone.

    PLEASE NOTE , the regular Euphonium Ultra 5 is a large shank mouthpiece . If you play the German baritone horn or a pre 1974 Besson or the traditional Wilson 2900 model euphoniums, you will need the Ultra 5M, which is also available now. 

     


    Well, we all know how important a mouthpiece is.

    It has so many impacts on the way we play, in terms of clarity of production, sound quality, range of notes that we can play comfortably, the colour of our tone, the impact on stamina, the feeling of comfort, the amount of air it takes. For an instrument like the euphonium which possesses perhaps the most beautiful sound a brass instrument is able to make (maybe I'm a little biased too!) it certainly has to sound good. The demands of modern writing mean that it should be easy to play both very high and very low. We need to play a greater range of pitch and with more extremes of dynamics these days, sometimes with a straighter tone and sometimes with a more singing tone. Never before have we needed more diversity.

    In 1995 I worked with Denis Wick on the SM range of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Until that point many of us euphonium players played on mouthpieces designed for the trombone. This range has proved to be very popular both in the brass band and the symphonic wind band worlds. Many solo players also depend on this mouthpiece and I played it with pride, making many of my most acclaimed recordings with it.

    As a performing professional musician, I cannot ever be truly satisfied with my performance; there would be nothing to aspire to. Practice would only be daily maintenance. I could never think like that, which is why my instincts have led me to further mouthpiece research. There are many mouthpieces available these days which are very 'positive' in their initial feeling, but because of an 'over-heavy' design have made sacrifices on the tone that we want. Is this progress? Well, of a sort, but once you play with the sound you're not happy with you may try to deceive yourself but you cannot deceive your audience. A truly great mouthpiece must tick all the boxes.

    I have tested other brands over the last 12 months and liked many features of them, especially in the areas of projection, clarity and ease of articulation. It was in my mind that the really perfect euphonium mouthpiece would be one that combines the optimum tonal requirements with a more effortless production and projection and does this with as wide a range of colours as possible. From an initial concept drawing we started to get closer to the desired goal. Each prototype was subjected to rigorous testing in different acoustics, using 'blind' judges listening to the new mouthpiece in relation to others. Each time following the tests we were able to make it a little better, then again a little better.

    Finally, we arrived and I'm delighted present new Denis Wick SM Ultra range for euphonium and baritone. These are the main features:

     

  • Highly responsive with a clear projection and centre of tone right across the range
  • High comfort rim edges
  • Warm tone that accentuate the true tonal characteristics of the euphonium and baritone
  • Enhanced clarity of production and articulation
  • Resonant singing higher register
  • Bigger toned low notes
  • Increased flexibility throughout the range
  • Tests prove the new SM Ultra improves tuning
  • Enhanced dynamic range and especially easy to play soft with a quality tone
  • New range of colours in the tone
  • A sound that always has resonance
  •  

     

     

    Denis Wick Euphonium SM5 Ultra (Silver)

    £86.00 - £80.00
    Reference:  MPDWSM5U-2
    Stock:  In stock In stock
    Quantity:

    The Ultra 5 euphonium mouthpiece is a brand new addition to the highly popular and much sought after Ultra range, available from June 2011. The Ultra 5 is  suitable for anyone who prefers a slightly smaller rim diameter than the Ultra 4, SM4, 3.5, 4AL or Bach 4, or Alliance 3. A superb brand new design. Also, the cup depth is reduced a little, giving real assistance to the high range. 

    I think this mouthpiece is going to be welcomed especially by players who find the current mouthpieces (3,4) a bit big ! From Japan, to Germany, Austria for example, where there is a tradition for playing on smaller rimmed mouthpieces, this should be perfect. 

    Also, TROMBONE players has been asking me for some time to produce something smaller than the 4 to use with the trombone

    PLEASE NOTE , the regular Euphonium Ultra 5 is a large shank mouthpiece . If you play the German baritone horn or a pre 1974 Besson or the traditional Wilson 2900 model euphoniums, you will need the Ultra 5M, which is also available now. 


    Well, we all know how important a mouthpiece is.

    It has so many impacts on the way we play, in terms of clarity of production, sound quality, range of notes that we can play comfortably, the colour of our tone, the impact on stamina, the feeling of comfort, the amount of air it takes. For an instrument like the euphonium which possesses perhaps the most beautiful sound a brass instrument is able to make (maybe I'm a little biased too!) it certainly has to sound good. The demands of modern writing mean that it should be easy to play both very high and very low. We need to play a greater range of pitch and with more extremes of dynamics these days, sometimes with a straighter tone and sometimes with a more singing tone. Never before have we needed more diversity.

    In 1995 I worked with Denis Wick on the SM range of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Until that point many of us euphonium players played on mouthpieces designed for the trombone. This range has proved to be very popular both in the brass band and the symphonic wind band worlds. Many solo players also depend on this mouthpiece and I played it with pride, making many of my most acclaimed recordings with it.

    As a performing professional musician, I cannot ever be truly satisfied with my performance; there would be nothing to aspire to. Practice would only be daily maintenance. I could never think like that, which is why my instincts have led me to further mouthpiece research. There are many mouthpieces available these days which are very 'positive' in their initial feeling, but because of an 'over-heavy' design have made sacrifices on the tone that we want. Is this progress? Well, of a sort, but once you play with the sound you're not happy with you may try to deceive yourself but you cannot deceive your audience. A truly great mouthpiece must tick all the boxes.

    I have tested other brands over the last 12 months and liked many features of them, especially in the areas of projection, clarity and ease of articulation. It was in my mind that the really perfect euphonium mouthpiece would be one that combines the optimum tonal requirements with a more effortless production and projection and does this with as wide a range of colours as possible. From an initial concept drawing we started to get closer to the desired goal. Each prototype was subjected to rigorous testing in different acoustics, using 'blind' judges listening to the new mouthpiece in relation to others. Each time following the tests we were able to make it a little better, then again a little better.

    Finally, we arrived and I'm delighted present new Denis Wick SM Ultra range for euphonium and baritone. These are the main features:

  • Highly responsive with a clear projection and centre of tone right across the range
  • High comfort rim edges
  • Warm tone that accentuate the true tonal characteristics of the euphonium and baritone
  • Enhanced clarity of production and articulation
  • Resonant singing higher register
  • Bigger toned low notes
  • Increased flexibility throughout the range
  • Tests prove the new SM Ultra improves tuning
  • Enhanced dynamic range and especially easy to play soft with a quality tone
  • New range of colours in the tone
  • A sound that always has resonance
  •  

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    Denis Wick Euphonium SM6 Ultra (Gold)

    £125.51 - £103.50
    Reference:  MPDWSM6U-1
    Stock:  In stock In stock
    Quantity:

     

    The Ultra 6 euphonium mouthpiece is part of the highly popular and much sought after Ultra range, available since June 2011. The Ultra 6 is  suitable for anyone who wants a small euphonium mouthpiece that still makes a wonderful big sound, with real ease in the higher register especially. It has a slightly smaller rim diameter than the new Ultra 5, and is similar to the rim diameter of most number 6 mouthpieces (Wick 6AL,6BS, Bach 6.5, and comparable other models). It's another superb brand new design. Also, the cup depth is reduced still further, giving huge assistance to the high range. 

    Please note, this is the large shank version for large shank mouthpiece receivers, (so if you play the German bariton horn or a pre 1974 Besson or the traditional Wilson 2900 model euphoniums, you need the Ultra 6M!) 

    If you need the standard large shank receiver, used in most modern euphoniums, this is the one for you.

     I think this mouthpiece is going to be welcomed especially by players who find the current mouthpieces (3,4 and even 5) a bit big ! From Japan, to Germany, Austria for example, where there is a tradition for playing on smaller rimmed mouthpieces, this should be perfect. 

    Also, TROMBONE players have been asking me for some time to produce something smaller than the 4 to use with the trombone. The 6 would be really perfect for lighter music and jazz.

     

    Well, we all know how important a mouthpiece is.

    It has so many impacts on the way we play, in terms of clarity of production, sound quality, range of notes that we can play comfortably, the colour of our tone, the impact on stamina, the feeling of comfort, the amount of air it takes. For an instrument like the euphonium which possesses perhaps the most beautiful sound a brass instrument is able to make (maybe I'm a little biased too!) it certainly has to sound good. The demands of modern writing mean that it should be easy to play both very high and very low. We need to play a greater range of pitch and with more extremes of dynamics these days, sometimes with a straighter tone and sometimes with a more singing tone. Never before have we needed more diversity.

    In 1995 I worked with Denis Wick on the SM range of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Until that point many of us euphonium players played on mouthpieces designed for the trombone. This range has proved to be very popular both in the brass band and the symphonic wind band worlds. Many solo players also depend on this mouthpiece and I played it with pride, making many of my most acclaimed recordings with it.

    As a performing professional musician, I cannot ever be truly satisfied with my performance; there would be nothing to aspire to. Practice would only be daily maintenance. I could never think like that, which is why my instincts have led me to further mouthpiece research. There are many mouthpieces available these days which are very 'positive' in their initial feeling, but because of an 'over-heavy' design have made sacrifices on the tone that we want. Is this progress? Well, of a sort, but once you play with the sound you're not happy with you may try to deceive yourself but you cannot deceive your audience. A truly great mouthpiece must tick all the boxes.

    I have tested other brands over the last 12 months and liked many features of them, especially in the areas of projection, clarity and ease of articulation. It was in my mind that the really perfect euphonium mouthpiece would be one that combines the optimum tonal requirements with a more effortless production and projection and does this with as wide a range of colours as possible. From an initial concept drawing we started to get closer to the desired goal. Each prototype was subjected to rigorous testing in different acoustics, using 'blind' judges listening to the new mouthpiece in relation to others. Each time following the tests we were able to make it a little better, then again a little better.

    Finally, we arrived and I'm delighted present new Denis Wick SM Ultra range for euphonium and baritone. These are the main features:

  • Highly responsive with a clear projection and centre of tone right across the range
  • High comfort rim edges
  • Warm tone that accentuate the true tonal characteristics of the euphonium and baritone
  • Enhanced clarity of production and articulation
  • Resonant singing higher register
  • Bigger toned low notes
  • Increased flexibility throughout the range
  • Tests prove the new SM Ultra improves tuning
  • Enhanced dynamic range and especially easy to play soft with a quality tone
  • New range of colours in the tone
  • A sound that always has resonance
  •  

     

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    Denis Wick Euphonium SM6 Ultra (Silver)

    £86.00 - £80.00
    Reference:  MPDWSM6U-2
    Stock:  In stock In stock
    Quantity:

    The Ultra 6 euphonium mouthpiece is a brand new addition to the highly popular and much sought after Ultra range, available from June 2011. The Ultra 6 is  suitable for anyone who wants a small euphonium mouthpiece that still makes a wonderful big sound, with real ease in the higher register especially. It has a slightly smaller rim diameter than the new Ultra 5, and is similar to the rim diameter of most number 6 mouthpieces (Wick 6AL,6BS, Bach 6.5, and comparable other models). It's another superb brand new design. Also, the cup depth is reduced still further, giving huge assistance to the high range. 

    Please note, this is the large shank version for large shank mouthpiece receivers, (so if you play the German bariton horn or a pre 1974 Besson or the traditional Wilson 2900 model euphoniums, you need the Ultra 6M!) 

    If you need the standard large shank receiver, used in most modern euphoniums, this is the one for you.

     I think this mouthpiece is going to be welcomed especially by players who find the current mouthpieces (3,4 and even 5) a bit big ! From Japan, to Germany, Austria for example, where there is a tradition for playing on smaller rimmed mouthpieces, this should be perfect. 

    Also, TROMBONE players has been asking me for some time to produce something smaller than the 4 to use with the trombone. The 6 would be really perfect for lighter music and jazz.

     

    Well, we all know how important a mouthpiece is.

    It has so many impacts on the way we play, in terms of clarity of production, sound quality, range of notes that we can play comfortably, the colour of our tone, the impact on stamina, the feeling of comfort, the amount of air it takes. For an instrument like the euphonium which possesses perhaps the most beautiful sound a brass instrument is able to make (maybe I'm a little biased too!) it certainly has to sound good. The demands of modern writing mean that it should be easy to play both very high and very low. We need to play a greater range of pitch and with more extremes of dynamics these days, sometimes with a straighter tone and sometimes with a more singing tone. Never before have we needed more diversity.

    In 1995 I worked with Denis Wick on the SM range of euphonium and baritone mouthpieces. Until that point many of us euphonium players played on mouthpieces designed for the trombone. This range has proved to be very popular both in the brass band and the symphonic wind band worlds. Many solo players also depend on this mouthpiece and I played it with pride, making many of my most acclaimed recordings with it.

    As a performing professional musician, I cannot ever be truly satisfied with my performance; there would be nothing to aspire to. Practice would only be daily maintenance. I could never think like that, which is why my instincts have led me to further mouthpiece research. There are many mouthpieces available these days which are very 'positive' in their initial feeling, but because of an 'over-heavy' design have made sacrifices on the tone that we want. Is this progress? Well, of a sort, but once you play with the sound you're not happy with you may try to deceive yourself but you cannot deceive your audience. A truly great mouthpiece must tick all the boxes.

    I have tested other brands over the last 12 months and liked many features of them, especially in the areas of projection, clarity and ease of articulation. It was in my mind that the really perfect euphonium mouthpiece would be one that combines the optimum tonal requirements with a more effortless production and projection and does this with as wide a range of colours as possible. From an initial concept drawing we started to get closer to the desired goal. Each prototype was subjected to rigorous testing in different acoustics, using 'blind' judges listening to the new mouthpiece in relation to others. Each time following the tests we were able to make it a little better, then again a little better.

    Finally, we arrived and I'm delighted present new Denis Wick SM Ultra range for euphonium and baritone. These are the main features:

  • Highly responsive with a clear projection and centre of tone right across the range
  • High comfort rim edges
  • Warm tone that accentuate the true tonal characteristics of the euphonium and baritone
  • Enhanced clarity of production and articulation
  • Resonant singing higher register
  • Bigger toned low notes
  • Increased flexibility throughout the range
  • Tests prove the new SM Ultra improves tuning
  • Enhanced dynamic range and especially easy to play soft with a quality tone
  • New range of colours in the tone
  • A sound that always has resonance
  • Could it be the new SM Ultra is perhaps the ultimate euphonium and baritone mouthpiece? The result of years of experience and research, maybe we've just made your playing even more enjoyable. Once you've tested it, you'll be convinced. You can't afford not to try it!

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