The Selmer Paris C Bass Clarinet Mouthpiece features a Tip Opening: 1.70 with a Facing Length: 27.00
A good mouthpiece can noticeably improve any instrument's sound. The relationship between the chamber, baffle, bore, facing length and tip opening subtly affects musical and acoustical characteristics-sonority, fullness, volume, accuracy of pitch and response. Any variation - no matter how minor - will produce quite different results.
For over 100 years, Selmer (Paris) has been producing the finest mouthpieces. They are made of long-lasting ebonite (vulcanized rubber) bars that endure through years of use. Decades-old techniques are continually refined to maintain the quality expected from Selmer (Paris). Mouthpieces are available in a wide range of tip openings and facing lengths. Every woodwind player can find one best suited to his or her personal requirements.
Musicians appreciate and prefer the acoustical correctness of Selmer (Paris) mouthpieces and their consistency from one to another. These attributes are due to the fact that these mouthpieces are precision machined from solid stock to achieve the exact dimensions essential to proper acoustics.