Like the instrument, Laskey Tuba Mouthpieces are a towering presence in low brass playing. With a thicker sound and more complex geometry, every aspect of a Laskey Tuba Mouthpiece, from the iconic rim to the exterior shape and cup, has been carefully designed to provide the clear articulation, precise slotting, and crisp response.
The Helleberg-style H Series features a relatively straight-sided cup that blends into a concave funnel as it enters the throat. This model is the preferred choice for piston valve tubas.
After testing numerous tuba makes and models, two shank sizes were developed to meet the needs of a wide variety of mouthpiece receivers: American (US) shanks fit most American made and styled instruments, while European (EU) shanks fit many European made and styled instruments, with the exception being most 6/4 CC tubas, which require the EU shank.
It is important to note that Gold Mouthpieces are a Special Order Only product. While we might carry limited inventory of these valuable and costly pieces, there might be a lead-time of 45 days from the date of order. Please also note that All Gold Mouthpieces are FINAL SALE ONLY, as any wear on a gold mouthpiece shows more easily and is not as repairable as silver counterparts. Thank you for your understanding.
The finest materials, innovative machining technologies, and incredible attention to detail.
Forensic analysis was conducted to guarantee the same brass alloys as vintage Laskey Mouthpieces.
Precise CNC machining for incredible consistency and accuracy using industry-leading technology.
Intense focus on detail with 3D engraving and a three-layer plating process for unparalleled playability.
I’ve been playing Laskey mouthpieces for the better part of 3 decades. I recommended them for students and sold them to countless customers. Scott’s passing left a huge void and the search for the new “30H” began. That journey is now over! Laskey is back and as much fun to play as ever!
The 28H is dead on correct. I actually have Arnold Jacobs stage Conn Helleberg here along with the Conn Helleberg that Scott copied. Your 28H has all the characteristics as those two original mouthpieces. Your rim is different which is what Scott did to make it more comfortable for the player. Bravo you are spot on!