Osmun horn mouthpieces are the result of many years of playing and working with horn players. A variety of cup and rim contours and widths enable every player to tailor a mouthpiece to his or her playing style, instrument, and environment. Our "Sound Family" concepts helps you know what to expect from a mouthpiece and clear diagrams show you how cups and rims compare.
All mouthpieces are offered as standard as screw rim models with silver plated cups and gold plated rims. Silver plated and delrin rims are also available.
Most cups are available in even bore sizes 8-18. New York cups are copies of the original Giardinelli C series and come in 1-4-8-10 bores. All Haydn cups are 16 bore.
Metric cups have PHC-compatible 800-36 threads and a 17.5m diameter at the joint. They fit our metric rims and Paxman-Halstead Chidell rims.
All depths are measured to a number 12 throat.
Measurements include the rim height.
The number stamped on the cup is the bore size. An M after the number indicates a metric cup.
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