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Keeping Your Mouthpiece Clean

Keeping Your Mouthpiece Clean

If sediment, food or dust collects inside your mouthpiece, the throat and backbore will gradually become smaller. This will interfere with the response, tone quality and intonation of your instrument. Clean your mouthpiece at least once a week, brushing out the inside with mouthpiece brush and soapy water to maintain the original response and intonation.

If the silver plating of your mouthpiece has worn off, the mouthpiece should either be refinished or discarded. Caution: Exposure to raw brass can lead to an allergic reaction or poisioning.

Brass Small Bore Mouthpiece brush - Trumpet, Cornet, Flugelhorn, French HornBrass Small Bore Mouthpiece brush - Trumpet, Cornet, Flugelhorn, French Horn
Brass Small Bore Mouthpiece brush - Trumpet, Cornet, Flugelhorn, French Horn - Click to
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Mouthpiece brush for brass instrument mouthpieces - apply to both ends of the brass mouthpiece.
Brass large bore Mouthpiece brush - Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Baritone HornBrass large bore Mouthpiece brush - Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Baritone Horn
Brass large bore Mouthpiece brush - Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Baritone Horn - Click to
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Mouthpiece brush for brass instrument mouthpieces - apply to both ends of the brass mouthpiece.
Superslick Brass Mouthpiece Brush for All Brass MouthpiecesSuperslick Brass Mouthpiece Brush for All Brass Mouthpieces
Superslick Brass Mouthpiece Brush for All Brass Mouthpieces - Click to
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For all brass mouthpieces mouthpieces.

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