Schilke Symphony M Series Trumpet Mouthpiece in Silver

  • Item # 0071998
  • Model # 25 M3

An evolution in mouthpiece design utilizing several concepts from the standard Schilke line, the Symphony Series models are on the larger side of the mouthpiece spectrum creating a deep, vibrant sound… Learn More

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An evolution in mouthpiece design utilizing several concepts from the standard Schilke line, the Symphony Series models are on the larger side of the mouthpiece spectrum creating a deep, vibrant sound with a well-focused center and conceptually developed to meet the demands of the modern orchestral player. They have comfortable rim shapes that provide a clean, crisp attack. They are offered with a standard cup depth or a deep bowl shape. The mouthpiece affectionately known as the Fluffy, has a flugel style cup and trumpet stem with the same rim contour and feel as the other models in this series. This has been a very popular custom choice for quieter passages where a cornet sound is desired without losing the control and focus of the sound. Upgrade your tone. Order today.

Features

  • Available sizes: M1, M1d, M1*, M150, M150d, M150*, M2, M2C, M2D, M2*, M2X, M3, M3C, M3D, M3*, M4C, M5C
  • Model number:  The model number references 4 areas—Cup Diameter, Cup Volume, Rim Contour, and Backbore
  • Cup Diameter: Smallest numbers are the smallest diameter; diameter sizes increases as the number increases
  • Cup Volume: A—Small, shallow; B—Medium Small; C—Standard, medium; D—Medium Large; E—Large
  • Rim Contour: 1—Roundest; 2—Semi-Round; 3—Standard; 4—Semi-Flat; 5—Flattest
  • Backbore:  a—Tight; b—Straight, slightly more open; c—Standard; d—Medium-Large, slightly curved out; e—Large; x—Piccolo, Extra Large
  • Finish: Silver plate

Technical Specification

Schilke Symphony M Series Trumpet Mouthpiece in Silver

  • Symphony Series Number 1 Rim Comparison – Schilke 19 and 20
  • M1: 24 throat. Standard bowl shape C cup with a 24 throat and Schmidt backbore. Excellent all around mouthpiece for both C and Bb trumpet.
  • M1C: 27 throat. Standard bowl shape C cup with tighter 27 throat and Schilke C backbore. A wonderful option for the player that desires a balanced, compact feel with more resistance than the M1 model.
  • M1D: 24 throat. Standard bowl cup with 24 throat and tighter Schmidt backbore. Very good option for either Bb or Eb trumpet playing.
  • M1*: 24 throat. The star models share same rim and cup as the M and MD models. They have a larger Schmidt backbore with a shorter throat that creates less resistance and a more open feel.
  • Symphony Series Number 150 Rim Comparison – Schilke 18 or 1.25C
  • M150: 24 throat. Slightly smaller 150 rim diameter, standard bowl shape C cup, 24 throat and Schmidt backbore.
  • M150C: 27 throat. Slightly smaller 150 rim diameter, standard bowl shape C cup with tighter 27 throat and Schilke C backbore.
  • M150D: 24 throat. Slightly smaller 150 rim diameter, standard bowl shape C cup, 24 throat and tighter Schmidt backbore.
  • M150*: 24 throat. Larger Schmidt backbore with a shorter throat in a 150 rim diameter. More open feel.
  • Symphony Series Number 2 Rim Comparison – Schilke 16C4 and 17 or 1.5C
  • M2: 24 throat. Slightly smaller number 2 rim diameter, standard bowl shape C cup, 24 throat and Schmidt backbore.
  • M2C: 27 throat. Slightly smaller number 2 rim diameter, standard bowl shape C cup with tighter 27 throat and Schilke C backbore.
  • M2D: 24 throat. Slightly smaller number 2 Rim diameter, standard bowl shape C cup, 24 throat and tighter Schmidt backbore.
  • M2*: 24 throat. Larger Schmidt backbore with a shorter throat in a number 2 rim diameter. More open feel.
  • M2X: 24 throat. This model has the rim, throat, and backbore of a model M2, but the cup shape of the M1 for slightly more cup volume.
  • Symphony Series Number 3 Rim Comparison – Schilke 15 and 14 or 3C
  • M3: 24 throat. Slightly smaller number 3 rim diameter, standard bowl shape C cup, 24 throat and Schmidt backbore.
  • M3C: 27 throat.  Slightly smaller number 3 rim diameter, standard bowl shape C cup with tighter 27 throat and Schilke C backbore.
  • M3D: 24 throat. Slightly smaller number 3 rim diameter, standard bowl shape C cup, 24 throat and tighter Schmidt backbore.
  • M3*: 24 throat. Larger Schmidt backbore with a shorter throat in a number 3 rim diameter. More open feel.
  • Symphony Series Number 4 Rim Comparison – Schilke 14 and 13, Between a 3C and 5C
  • The M4C offers a comfortable rim profile and provides a full, vibrant sound. Created to meet the demands of an aspiring student or professional requiring a smaller inside rim diameter between M3C and M5C models. Featuring a standard bowl shape C cup with tighter number 27 throat and Schilke C backbore.
  • Symphony Series Number 5 Rim Comparison – Schilke 13 or 5C
  • M5C: 27 throat. Slightly smaller number 5 rim diameter, standard bowl shape C cup with tighter 27 throat and Schilke C backbore.