Selmer Clarinet Mouthpiece Focus
Design & acoustic precision
Henri Selmer (Paris) began designing and manufacturing clarinet mouthpieces in 1885. After an intense Research and Development effort, Selmer has developed two new model of clarinet mouthpiece to suit the aesthetic of today's clarinettists.
The new throat design gives a more focused air flow, which allows greater density of sound an expansion of the array of timbres.
The 'Focus' model favours a smaller tip opening, which improves control and provides wide flexibility to the entire range. A balanced distribution of spatial volume facilitates the tone's natural resonance.
Facing: Table Length: 23mm Tip Opening: 1.05 mm