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65M One Piece Trumpet Mouthpiece

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USD $210.00
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Product Overview


Top 10 Mouthpiece! - Similar to Bach 7E, Monette B6, Warburton 65M - Great choice for pit and pops, concert band, and jazz soloing 


  • One size smaller and slightly shallower than the Bach 3C
  • Versatile medium cup for jazz, concert band, pit, and pops, marching when a lead mouthpiece not needed
  • Works well for piccolo trumpet
  • Good balance between upper register support and solid low register

More Information: 

  • Inner Diameter: .650 inches measured .04 inches into the cup
  • Outer Diameter: 1.104 inches
  • Cup Depth: M (Medium) cup (similar to a Bach 3C, Bach 7E, Schilke or Yamaha B, GR M, Curry M, and Warburton M cup)
  • Excellent all round mouthpiece with a very versatile sound
  • Suitable for concert band, marching band, and jazz or big band
  • Can blend in a chamber group or orchestral setting, especially when used with a heavyweight backbore to darken the sound
  • Functions well as a piccolo trumpet mouthpiece
  • Backbore: Comes on an M (Medium) backbore 

Wedge Generation 2 Line: 

  • Designed to incorporate the advantages of the Wedge rim and oval cup in a mouthpiece that is very comfortable and easy to adapt to from a conventional rim
  • Slightly wider rims than Standard Brand
  • Features our new Double Oval Cup (DOC)
  • Oval shape of the Wedge rim is continued down to the base of the cup where it joins the throat
  • DOC design (exclusive to Wedge Mouthpieces) provides added efficiency of a smaller mouthpiece with the big sound, clear attacks, and flexibility of a larger mouthpiece


  • Acclimatization time varies
  • Most players find full adjustment to the new rim shape is only a few days
  • Most players are able to alternate between a Wedge rim and conventional rim, if desired
  • Vast majority of players will convert all of their mouthpieces to the Wedge design due to its obvious advantages once adapted
  • Discounts offered to players who need to purchase a number of Wedge mouthpieces for various instruments

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  • 5
    Extremely Pleased

    Posted by John Marinich on 2020 Jul 9th

    I have been playing on the 65M trumpet mouthpiece for 1 week now and I must say...WOW. I'm 67 years old and have been playing trumpet for 58 years. The last few years I've been using a Parduba 6 and the Wedge is a far superior piece of equipment. The transition to the wedge is seamless. It is very comfortable and I have noticed in the last week I don't tire as quickly (as us older guys tend to do). My high C and D which I have started to struggle with lately I'm now able to play with little effort and less pressure. I'm also playing an E which has eluded me the last few years and I have hit an F. My tone has not suffered at all in fact my tone in the upper register is improved. The Wedge Mouthpiece is a game changer for me. I'm anxious for the various bands an ensembles to start back up. I always enjoy practicing but right I'm excited about it. If you are thinking about dental work to improve your playing and range, try the Wedge first. I don't see me playing on anything else. A new flugelhorn mouthpiece might be next. Thank you Dr. Dave