Sonata-LogoSonata has been producing quality student brass and woodwind instruments for a number of years and is now a very well respected brand amongst music educators. Providing instruments that offer exceptional value for money, the range has been firmly established as a favourite for many teachers in the UK.

Their offering has now been extended into accessories with the launch of a new brass mouthpiece range. Offering considerable savings over their premium ‘branded’ equivalents they are a great choice for beginners. There are 8 in the range from Trumpet to Tuba with sizes based on popular Vincent Bach or Denis Wick equivalents.

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Sonata 7C Trumpet Mouthpiece

Sonata 4B Cornet Mouthpiece

Sonata 5 Tenor Horn Mouthpiece

Sonata 9BS Baritone Mouthpiece

Sonata 12C Trombone Mouthpiece (Small Shank)

Sonata 6 1/2 AL-L Trombone Mouthpiece (Large Shank) 

Sonata 5G Euphonium Mouthpiece

Sonata 25 Tuba Mouthpiece

 

There’s no doubt that these mouthpieces are perfect for getting started on a brass instrument and the cost saving makes them great value for money. The price of premium brand mouthpieces has increased considerably in recent years with a  Denis Wick 4B Cornet mouthpiece now over £40 and a Vincent Bach 24AW Tuba over £80!

Whilst advanced / professional players will probably feel it worthwhile paying these higher prices, in my opinion it makes no sense to do so for a beginner. The Sonata’s are more than capable of supporting a players early development without breaking the bank.

About the author

Andy is a Director of Normans Musical Instruments and has worked within the business for over 20 years. During this time he has been involved in all areas from Sales and Marketing to Operations and Web Development so has experienced both Normans and the wider Musical Instrument industry from many aspects. Originally a Brass player, Andy has developed a good working knowledge of a wide range of instruments and is always keen to augment his understanding when an opportunity arises.

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