Yamaha CL-6CM Mouthpiece for Bb/A Clarinet

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CL-6CM Mouthpiece for Bb/A Clarinet
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Overview

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Yamaha Custom Series clarinet mouthpieces are sculpted out of choice ebonite, a high-quality hard rubber which offers a deep resonance and tonal qualities similar to those of natural wood. Every step of the production, from the initial shaping of the mouthpiece ‘blank’ to the final hand crafting of the facing, is done by Yamaha’s experienced artisans for complete control ensuring consistent high quality.

Yamaha has spent years working together with many of the world’s greatest musicians, studying their mouthpieces and discovering ways to improve them. The Custom Series incorporates this experience in the design and manufacture of every mouthpiece in the series. The Custom Series mouthpieces are characterized by a warm rich tone with exceptional clarity. Their accurate intonation and comfortable playability have made them popular with many leading artists.

Specs

Standard Series
Model No.Tip Opening (mm)Facing Length (mm)Characteristics
CL-3C119Easy control and good response from lower to higher ranges, even for beginners.
CL-4C1.0519Helps obtain a well-balanced tone over all octaves, for professionals and beginners alike.
CL-5C1.119Facilitates a richer, fuller volume than 4C, with a greater tonal variety.
CL-6C1.219An excellent mouthpiece for experienced players seeking powerful volume, strong tone, and rich tone variety.
CL-7C1.319A jazz favorite for penetrating volume with a rich, strong sound and precise tonality.
Custom Series
Model No.Tip Opening (mm)Facing Length (mm)
CL-4CM1.0521
CL-5CM1.121
CL-6CM1.1521
Product IDYAM-MPCL6CM
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