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What we do

We design custom mouthpieces using cutting edge technology and years of research.

 

Our mouthpieces are more than just brass - learn more below.

How we do it

When you merge passions in brass instrument performance, performing arts medicine and product engineering and development you get: The Earnhart Company. 

We work with musicians to solve problems, transform curiousity into action, and to innovate new solutions. 

We understand no two musicians are the same. That's why we have a custom workflows. Want to experiment? We're glad to help. We also have a full custom workflow - you'll have your own artist model.

I want to modify my current mouthpiece.

modify

Your mouthpiece is your baseline. You know how it feels, you like most things about it, but want to customize it to your playing and anatomy. 

1. On our end, we need to visualize your current mouthpiece so we can modify it. If we have it on file, you're good to go! If not, the first step will be to scan your mouthpiece into our software. This is always completed the day we receive your mouthpiece, so you don't have to wait long. 

2. Once we have your mouthpiece in digital form, we can:

     - Make you a breakout kit so you can test a spectrum of possibilities

     - Manufacture an identical underpart to fit an Oro-pro rim

     - Add the modification, and send a final product to plating

3. Once you decide on the best option for you, your mouthpiece is manufactured to your specifications, plated, and shipped to you.

custom

I want to create a custom mouthpiece.

Baselines are important - even in custom work, we need a starting point. If you play on a model from a different manufacturer, we suggest starting with a scan so we can visualize your current setup. If you play on a Concept Model, a scan is not needed. 

1. On our end, we need to visualize your current mouthpiece so we can modify it. If we have it on file, you're good to go! If not, the first step will be to scan your mouthpiece into our software. This is always completed the day we receive your mouthpiece, so you don't have to wait long. 

2. Once we have your mouthpiece in digital form, we can:

     - Make you a breakout kit so you can test a spectrum of possibilities

     - Send a Oro-pro fit kit to incorporate into your design

     - Send a final product to plating (not recommended)

3. Once you decide on the best option for you, your mouthpiece is manufactured to your specifications, plated, and shipped to you.

merge

I want to merge components to make a new mouthpiece.

If you play on a model from a different manufacturer, we require a scan of both components. If you play on a Concept Model, a scan is not needed.

1. On our end, we need to visualize your current mouthpiece so we can merge them together. If we have it on file, you're good to go! If not, the first step will be to scan your mouthpiece into our software. This is always completed the day we receive your mouthpiece, so you don't have to wait long. 

2. Once we have your mouthpiece in digital form, we can:

     - Make you a breakout kit of the merged components so you can evaluate a spectrum of possibilities

     - Send the final merged product to plating

3. Once you decide on the best option for you, your mouthpiece is manufactured to your specifications, plated, and shipped to you.

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