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The one comment we hear about Laskey tuba mouthpieces is that they sound thicker and more complex. The reason is in the design. Each aspect of a Laskey tuba mouthpiece, from the exterior shape to the cup design, from the rim contour to the backbore, has been carefully designed to maximize your potential.



H (Helleberg)--Relatively straight sides that blend into a concave funnel as it enters the throat.

G (Geib)--Produces a more brilliant sound than the H and works well on rotary valve tubas

F--Like the Helleberg cup in shape but approximately 1/3 more shallow

C--A moderately shallow bowl cup that is ideal for solo performances on Eb and F tubas.



The standard shank on Laskey tuba mouthpieces is commonly referred to as the American (A) shank. This shank is available for all of our models. The larger European (E) shank is available for all our models as well.

tuba american shankAmerican Shank without groove





tuba european shank


European shank with groove





30H Large Helleberg-style mouthpiece. Improved version of Helleberg II. ks 1.295 .323"/("P")/8,204mm
30G Same rim as above. Slightly more bowled Geib cup. 1.295 .323"/("P")/8,204mm
30C 30 series rim, shallower bowl-style cup (solo) 1.295 .295"("M")/7,493mm
30F Large diameter 30 series rim with Helleberg cup. 1/3 more shallow than 30H 1.295 .312"/("5/16")/7,94mm
28H Helleberg style with same OD as 30 series but smaller ID 1.280 .316"/("O")/8,026mm
28G Rim as above, Geib-style cup (solo) 1.280 .316"/("O")/8,206mm
28C 28 series rim, shallow bowl style cup (solo) 1.295 .295"/("M")/7,493mm
28F Large diameter 28 series with Helleberg cup. 1/3 more shallow than 28H   .312/("5/16")/7,94mm


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