Selmer Concept Bb Clarinet Mouthpiece

From Selmer, two new mouthpiece models have been introduced- the Focus and the Concept. The new throat design of the Concept mouthpiece, creates a greater focus to air flow, creating a thick full sound. The Concept mouthpiece features a larger tip opening than the Focus model, creating a breadth of sound throughout the instruments range and allows a greater projection.
The Selmer Concept Bb Clarinet mouthpiece is the culmination of intense research and development efforts from Selmer Paris. After completely reinventing their Bb clarinet mouthpiece range, two new models have been introduced- the Focus and the Concept. Designed to be more fitting to the aesthetics of today’s clarinettists.

The new throat design of the Concept mouthpiece, creates a greater focus to air flow, creating a thick full sound. The Concept mouthpiece features a larger tip opening than the Focus model, creating a breadth of sound throughout the instruments range and allows a greater projection.

This hand finished mouthpiece culminates Selmer’s quality with excellence of tradition and innovation to form a mouthpiece that will work for many players.

  • Tip Opening – 1.10mm
  • Facing Length – 23mm
  • Trapezoidal Chamber


About Selmer
Selmer Paris began in 1885 set up by Henri Selmer, with the manufacture of reeds and mouthpieces. From 1898, with the help of one workman, Henri began manufacturing clarinets at his workshop in Paris. From 1903, Alexandre Selmer, Henri’s brother (principle of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra) begins playing his brothers clarinets and then selling them in 1905, increasing the popularity of the brand in the US. From 1940-1980 they developed and released over 4 different models of clarinet in Bb and A, models of which have been discontinued, but set the in motion the development of the models which are for sale today. It was in 2010 that Selmer Paris celebrated its 125th anniversary and were labelled a Living Heritage Company by the French state recognising their excellence of tradition and innovation.

1. On arrival, every Clarinet & Flute is checked & adjusted in-store. This is essential as every instrument requires some attention after it’s long journey from the factory.

2. Once sold, every Clarinet & Flute is checked & regulated for a second time as the set-up can be affected by the new materials expanding & contracting according to environmental conditions.

3. New instruments purchased from us can be returned within a year for a FREE check over and adjustment.

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