Vandoren Clarinet Mouthpieces
Vandoren is known worldwide for the performance, quality and value of their clarinet mouthpieces. The Vandoren Clarinet Mouthpiece is available in many different sizes/models to match the player’s needs. Like their reeds, all Vandoren clarinet mouthpiece models are made in France to Vandoren’s time tested designs and workmanship.
Vandoren offers a wide array of options on their facings, beak designs and pitch. This can make choosing the right Vandoren Clarinet Mouthpiece challenging. We have selected through all of the models to carry what we believe to be the best offerings.
Below is a list of the models that we normally keep in stock – Please note that we only stock the “Profile 88” beak design. Traditional beak models can be ordered upon request.
- 5RV – 1.065mm Tip
- 5RV Lyre – 1.09mm Tip
- M30 – 1.15mm Tip – Best Seller!
- B46 – 1.17mm Tip
- B45 – 1.195mm Tip
- B40 – 1.195mm Tip, Thicker Tip Rail
Other Vandoren Clarinet Mouthpiece Models
Check out all of the Vandoren Mouthpieces! Whether it is the traditional A442 models, a mouthpiece made for Jazz, the 13 Series or the Black Diamond, Vandoren has a mouthpiece to suit your needs!
The Rico H-Ligature is a modern day replica of the vintage Harrison ligatures. This ligature offers great reed seal in the four corners of the reed and is very easy to use. The give good tonal flexibility and performance. Includes a plastic cap that is vented and has rubber rails so that the cap fits securely on the ligature with no chance of sliding off when stored in case.
Add on for $10 with Vandoren Clarinet Mouthpiece!!!
Kessler & Sons Music offers a 3 day trial / return policy by default on the Vandoren Clarinet Mouthpieces. There are no cleaning fees or restocking fees (assuming that the item is returned in proper condition).
When we ship the mouthpiece, we install a blue protective film over the logo to help protect the logo from unrepairable scratches while it is being tested. We also install a tooth patch before shipping. This way you can test the mouthpiece without fear of damage. We recommend leaving these items on the mouthpiece during the testing phase and only to remove them after you have made the decision to keep the mouthpiece.
Please read our terms & conditions (link at the bottom of the page) for full details on this policy.