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Conn-Selmer Face Mask for Brass and Woodwind Musicians

Mask has an opening to allow the musician to play without removing it!

 
2.7

(4 reviews)

SKU: SCSFM1XXX-P

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The CSFM1 Facemask by Conn-Selmer is designed with Band/Orchestra safety in mind. It is a deluxe adjustable one-size-fits all facemask designed with an opening to allow the musician to play his/her instrument while having a fully functional facemask when not playing an instrument. It is made from 92% poly, 8% spandex, and is machine washable.

Features:

  • Adjustable ear loops
  • Flexible metal nose piece for a more secure fit
  • Double layer fabric for blocking small particles without disrupting instrument playability

Great concept and design

5

This face mask is very soft and breathable. It has a hidden opening which allows access to your lips for playing a brass or woodwind instrument. It's my go to mask

ANGEL

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Not useful for woodwinds

1

It might work for a brass mouthpiece but not for woodwinds. My clarinet mouthpiece cannot go through the vertical slit without severely distorting the mask, which pulls the mask off my nose and chin. Completely useless.

Steven

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Great for some, not all wind instruments

4

Does the job and it's a comfortable mask.. the only complaint I have is that you have use your hands to push the fabric aside to poke the mouthpiece in. It'd be more convenient to have the ability to push fabric aside with the mouthpiece itself Trumpet mouthpiece works great, trombone, baritone, ave tuba maybe more tough.. I haven't tried woodwinds.. flute wouldn't work

Carlos

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Not good with clarinets

1

The opening is vertical slit with two flaps. If you are familiar with the fly on men's briefs, it's a similar pattern. I found it very difficult to use with a clarinet: it's awkward getting the mouthpiece through, and the cloth can get into your mouth. In general, it seemed to impede the vibration of the reed, making it difficult to play, particularly sustained notes. My plan is to use a face shield instead. Players of other instruments may have different experiences.

Julian

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Face Mask for Brass and Woodwind Musicians

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