The Laskey F Series Horn Mouthpiece has a slightly deeper and more funnel-shaped cup than the G Series. The sound is thicker and rounder than the G Series, with the same precision of attack. The F Series works well for players with a naturally brilliant sound, who need to round-out their tonal palette, and is similar to a traditional Farkas model mouthpiece.
Featuring a unique rim contour that set the standard for modern day horn mouthpieces, the Laskey F Series rim shape allows for effortless flexibility, along with a high degree of control and accuracy. The rim contour is round with a definite high point towards the inner edge, providing clear articulation and precise slotting through the entire range.
All models are available in both American and European shanks. After testing numerous horn makes and models, two shank sizes were developed to meet the needs of a wide variety of lead pipes: American (US) shanks fit most American made and styled horns, while European (EU) shanks fit many European made and styled horns.
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.
All Laskey F Series Horn Mouthpiece cup sizes are made with a standard throat size of .182”/(“14”)/4.62mm.
Laskey Horn Mouthpieces are listed by the approximate inside diameter metric measurement. If a mouthpiece measures 17.25mm on the ID, the size is the last two or three digits, or 725.
Loving this mouthpiece. I have the E, F, and G and find them all well suited to my demands. Lovely sound, great flexibility and the clear articulations I’ve come to expect. Bravo!
Good match for a Conn 8D
This year I picked up my horn for the first time in about 15 years and knew pretty quickly that I wanted a mouthpiece that was more comfortable than my Giardinelli thin-rim C8, but without sacrificing the sound I was used to on my Conn 8D. After experimenting with some different rim diameters and cup shapes, I settled on the 75F, which has delivered the comfort I was looking for, while the conical cup shape supports a classic, resonant 8D sound.