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help with clarinet mouthpiece please Uebel FAU

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Hi,

Anyone ever used, bought, sold or have any info on a FA Uebel clarinet mouthpiece? I acquired one with a Noblet Artist N and cannot find any information. They do not appear to sell them anymore and go for Vandoren or ESM with new kit. The one I have plays freely and reduces my 2.5/3 reed to more like a 1!!. It has 9912 written on it vertically bear the cork. I have no idea of quality or value but someone decided to choose this to pair with the Noblet Artist clarinet, itself the top of the range Noblet before the Leblanc clarinets. So, any info gratefully received, please!! It plays very easily, good tone yet I feel something is very different to other mouthpieces.
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actually F.A. Uebel still sells mouthpieces both for German and French system (scroll to mouthpieces)

https://uebel-klarinetten.de/clarinets/accessories/

F. Arthur Uebel GmbH
Gewerbepark 58, 08258 Markneukirchen, Deutschland
Tel.: +49 37422 401 972
web: www.uebel-klarinetten.de
e-mail: [email protected]
F. ARTHUR UEBEL



for sale, secondhand I guess, elsewhere too

https://shop.hueyng.de/mundstuecke/...-uebel-c-klar.-mundstueck-und-b-klar.-deutsch
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I think that 9912 must have been a type I remember that Uebel (I 鈥榲e had a couple for sale) have (or had) a model System with a number of digits

In my experience they are not particularly rare and may even have been made by another company such as EMS , in any case I wouldn鈥檛 think they are are worth more than 鈧100
I really don鈥檛 think that Uebel was particularly into providing doublers with either clarinets or mouthpieces. I think that , like most pieces provided with any give brand of music instruments, this was a pretty standard design and maybe just different from what you are used to.


Anyway since the company is active I suggest you send them your questions.
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