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  • New York Model alto Meyer Bros Ted Klum

    ‘Meyer Bros.’ New York Model Alto Mouthpiece by Ted Klum – the Best!

    $ 499

    This is an exceptional alto saxophone mouthpiece. It does literally anything you want it to, from lead alto, to ballads, to section work, to pit and concert band. It is what I play, and I can’t recommend it highly enough. Every single person who has bought one has emailed back or called me with rave reviews. I don’t normally make these kinds of pronouncements about mouthpieces, but until you play one of Ted Klum’s facings, it is possible that you don’t yet know how easy it should be to play saxophone. The response is instant; subtone is effortless; altissimo is right there and easy. The tone is just gorgeous – it’s based on the type of Meyer Bros that Cannonball Adderley played, and it really does lean in that full-throated, warm, lyrical direction that you think of with Cannonball. Phil Woods’ tone is another reference point for alto players, and he also played a NY Meyer like this is based on. The big reasons to buy this instead of hunting for a NY Meyer are price and consistency. Meyer Bros NY alto mouthpieces now sell 2-5x the price of this piece. And out of 5 original facing Meyer Bros pieces, you might get 2-3 good ones. Every single one of Ted’s New York Models is consistently great.

    You can get this version with the silver shank band included, or you can get it without the silver band. The band is an aesthetic nod to Cannonball Adderley, whose Meyer Bros had a similar one, and it is also protects the shank from cracking over the years or from a too-large neck cork. It is dry-fit with a ring sizing machine, so you can take it off or put it on without any adhesive. If you have any questions about these mouthpieces, feel free to contact me.

  • ‘Meyer Bros.’ New York Model Alto Mouthpiece by Ted Klum – the Best! (No Shank Band)

    $ 399

    This is an exceptional alto saxophone mouthpiece. It does literally anything you want it to, from lead alto, to ballads, to section work, to pit and concert band. It is what I play, and I can’t recommend it highly enough. Every single person who has bought one has emailed back or called me with rave reviews. I don’t normally make these kinds of pronouncements about mouthpieces, but until you play one of Ted Klum’s facings, it is possible that you don’t yet know how easy it should be to play saxophone. Ted Klum is one of the most highly-skilled and artistic mouthpiece makers in the world, and his work is just about the best that there ever has been. It would be wise to get one of Ted’s mouthpieces before he retires and they suddenly jump up in value.

    How does it play? The response is instant; subtone is effortless; altissimo is right there and easy. The tone is just gorgeous – it’s based on the type of Meyer Bros that Cannonball Adderley played, and it really does lean in that full-throated, warm, lyrical direction that you think of with Cannonball. Phil Woods’ tone is another reference point for alto players, and he also played a NY Meyer like this is based on. The big reasons to buy this instead of hunting for a NY Meyer are price and consistency. Meyer Bros NY alto mouthpieces now sell 2-5x the price of this piece. And out of 5 original facing Meyer Bros pieces, you might get 2-3 good ones. Every single one of Ted’s New York Models is consistently great.

  • Alto Hard Rubber BB Screws Brilhart Reproduction 3-Band Ligature Saxophone Mouthpieces Meyer Selmer Vandoren

    $ 165

    For hard rubber alto saxophone mouthpieces like Meyer Bros, Selmer Soloist, Vandoren Jumbo Java and all Brilharts. This ligature is a true reproduction of the Brilhart 3-Band Ligature: from the alloy of brass to the feel of the screws, it is exactly the same as the vintage Brilhart ligature. Same dimensions, same weight, same feel, same playing response. It’s like going back in time to buy one when they were first made! So for those of you who have always wanted this time-tested style of ligature, but have found them prohibitively expensive, now perhaps getting one is within reach.

  • Alto Hard Rubber Brilhart Reproduction 3-Band Ligature Selmer Meyer Saxophone Mouthpieces

    $ 165

    This ligature fits almost all hard rubber alto saxophone mouthpieces, like Meyer Bros, Selmer Soloist, Vandoren Jumbo Java, all brands of Meyer copies, Ted Klum Acoustimax and New York model, all Brilharts etc. There’s a reason why the vintage Brilhart 3-Band ligatures have been singled out by the market (players) as by far the most desirable vintage ligatures. They are great ligatures. But there will never be enough vintage Brilhart ligatures to meet the high demand for this style of ligature. Thankfully, there is now a high-quality, hand made reproduction available to meet this demand. These are made by a small company in South Korea that cares about getting saxophone equipment right. These ligatures get rave reviews by the people who buy them. I don’t want to make huge claims for a ligature, but I will say that people tend to LOVE them. They’re beautiful, simple, and easy to use, and they sound great.

  • Arnold Brilhart Personaline S5 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC511

    $ 299

    Signature thick sidewalls, tall and narrow chamber, with a mild rollover baffle. Tip opening measures 0.063″. Great projection and medium bright, with little resistance for a relatively small tip opening. These are excellent alto mouthpieces!

  • Bari Hybrid 6 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC535

    $ 120

    0.077″ tip opening, very subtle rollover baffle, straight sidewalls. Very good projection and low resistance, nice flexible tone, easy altissimo.

  • Berg Larsen “Offset M” 90/1/M alto saxophone mouthpiece F88

    $ 299

    Berg Larsen “Offset M” alto saxophone mouthpiece, 90/1/M in good condition with original ligature. Facing, which appears to have been lightly touched up at some point in the past, measure .089.

  • Berg Larsen 110 2 offset M Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece F32

    $ 275

    Rare 50’s Berg Larsen metal alto saxophone mouthpiece! Straight sidewalls, small round chamber, bullet chamber. Tip opening measures 0.103″. Denim finish on table, duck bill beak. Usually mouthpieces that sound great on tenor are only ok on alto in the same tip number, but if you like bergs on tenor you will love this on alto too. The tip opening plays much easier than expected for this number on alto. The tone is loud and lush, just like on tenor. Great projection and power while maintaining a moderately bright tone.

  • Brilhart Designed by Great Neck NY Hard Rubber Original 3* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC534 3 digit

    $ 550

    Own a piece of saxophone history that also plays great. This is a rare, very early Hard Rubber ‘Designed By Arnold Brilhart alto mouthpiece with a three digit serial #464! It has curved sidewalls, a medium round chamber, and a slight roll over baffle. Tip opening measures 0.072″, and the facing looks original, with a ‘creamy’ matte table, tip and rails. Beautiful, medium-dark tone. Earliest Brilhart serial that I have seen.

  • Brilhart Ebolin 3 (Meyer 5 tip) Alto Saxophone Moutpiece MPC529

    $ 100

    0.071″ tip opening, maybe refaced based on unusually wide tip and side rails? Very mild rollover baffle, straigt sidewalls, tall narrow chamber as expected from Brilhart. This piece plays well with moderate resistance and slightly less bright than a typical plastic brilhart.

  • Brilhart Ebolin 3* alto saxophone mouthpiece F86

    $ 149

    Brilhart Ebolin alto saxophone mouthpiece, original 3* facing measuring .072, equivalent to a Meyer 5 tip. No serial number indicating later production. Straight sidewalls, straight baffle, medium-small squarish chamber.

  • Brilhart Ebolin 8 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC530 with Shank Band .083″

    $ 120

    0.083″ tip opening, mild rollover baffle, tall narrow chamber. Someone clearly loved this piece for many years evidenced by the repaired tooth gouges and shank ring. It plays moderately bright, and has a nice even response across the full range of the horn. Nice that the shank now won’t crack on you. If you love the full, warm Maceo Parker Brilhart alto tone, and you want a larger tip you can get it on this piece.

  • Brilhart Streamline 5 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC400

    $ 375

    Beautiful almost new example of a rare Streamline Brilhart Ebolin alto mouthpiece. Stamped 3*, it measures like a Meyer 5 tip at .074″ on the original facing. This is often the case with Brilharts, where you only know the tip by measuring.

    This mouthpiece plays great with a beautiful warmth and fullness that also does not lack projection. Brilharts like this are among my favorite vintage alto mouthpieces (along with Meyer and MC Gregory).

    If you happen to want the rare and collectible original Brilhart BB screws streamline alto ligature and cap, I have one in my collection that fits this mouthpiece that I would be open to selling.

  • Brilhart Tonalin 5 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece F72

    $ 399

    Beautiful and rare great neck Tonalin 5 tenor. Hard to beat for swing tenor, or for bebop.

  • Brilhart Vintage BB Screws AL Metal 3-Band Alto Saxophone Ligature – The Original!

    $ 999

    This is the most desirable vintage ligature ever, and sells for high prices to both collectors and players. I have seen these sell much higher, but I can’t bring myself to ask the kinds of prices I have seen them sell for on eBay. This is the AL stamped BB screws Brilhart 3-band ligature. I have one of these myself, that I have used for many years, and I sell the excellent Echo Master Brilhart reproduction ligatures on this site also, which are true reproductions of the original. But as with famous works of art, the more copies there are, the more epic and desirable become the originals. This is a rare original one, in very good condition, and it plays great, as you would expect. This fits anything from a Selmer Soloist to a Meyer Bros NY ‘Fat Boy’ and is just a nice and well made ligature, as much as it is a collectible.

  • Buffet HR C2 (5 tip) Classical Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC435

    $ 125

    This vintage Buffet mouthpiece gives you a dark, round, cello-like tone, but it has a tip opening that is not too closed to allow some dynamic range. It’s a good choice for a classical alto player or concert band setting where you don’t want to sound like everybody else who is playing the square Selmer chambers. This gives you a fuller, rounder, wider tone than a Selmer classical piece.

  • Chedeville Alto Mouthpiece MPC259

    $ 200

    This is a Chedeville alto saxophone mouthpiece. It has a low baffle and a large round chamber. The tip opening measures at 0.072.

  • Coast HR R3 Vintage Classical Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC432

    $ 50

    This very old mouthpiece is in surprisingly good condition. It has an 0.068″ tip opening, a very mild rollover baffle, mostly straight sidewalls, and a medium chamber. Great for legit alto, classical alto etc. Reminds me of the Caravan / Rascher mouthpieces, but less dark.

  • Conn Comet 3 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece F82

    $ 50

    Surprisingly good all around player, a real sleeper. Straight sidewalls, small-medium chamber, rollover baffle. Tip opening measures 0.064″. 

  • Couesnon R4 HR Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC491

    $ 85

    Big round vintage tone with straight sidewalls, medium chamber, very subtle rollover baffle. Tip opening measures 0.062″. Some resistance and moderate projection, but would make a lovely classical or quiet ensemble piece. Nice thin rails and good hard rubber!

  • Dukoff D5 .084″ (Meyer 8) Super Power Chamber Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC523

    $ 175

    0.084″ tip opening. Small chamber, high baffle, straigh sidewalls. When Mr. Dukoff says super power, he means it. If you want to cut through a rock mix and funk it up you can’t go wrong with this. The chamber is nice and smooth on this example where it transitions into the bore, onlike some other examples of this piece that I have seen.

  • Dukoff Supersonic / Selmer Elkhart Alto C48

    $ 350
  • Evette & Schaeffer HR Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC429

    $ 100

    Straight sidewalls pinch an otherwise large chamber, no baffle. Side rails taper to almost nothing at the tips. 0.064″ tip opening. This is a nicely made, legit (classical) style alto mouthpiece. High quality throughout. It represents a a good value for an alto mouthpiece for lessons, concert band, wind ensemble, quartet, and generally classical alto playing.

  • Jody Jazz HR 5M Alto Mouthpiece MPC364

    $ 125

    This is a Jody Jazz HR 5M alto saxophone mouthpiece. Its tip opening measures at 0.071. This piece is in great condition. If you have any questions please contact [email protected]

  • Jody Jazz HR* 6M Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC418 Nice Piece!

    $ 130

    Jody Jazz Hard Rubber alto saxophone mouthpiece in an original 6M facing measuring .081″. This is a nice, balanced alto piece that is good quality for the money. Not stuffy like some of these that I have played. Feels and responds a lot like a Meyer.

  • Johnston-Selmer NY Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece Brian Powell 5 tip D77

    $ 199

    This is a Johnston-Selmer NY alto piece that Brian Powell opened up to a .072. It has curved side walls, a slight rollover baffle, and a large round chamber. There are some scratches on the table, but nothing that should affect the playability.

  • Lambersen 6SB Alto Mouthpiece MPC236

    $ 400

    This is a Lambersen 6SB alto saxophone mouthpiece. It has a high baffle, straight side walls and a large round chamber. This tip measures at 0.089. There is some light wear on the bite plate but nothing that affects playability.

  • LeBayle Ebonite Studio S7 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC421 Meyer 5 Good player!

    $ 225

    Fred LeBayle is basically out of business these days, after tanking his reputation in a big way. This is a rare chance to get a really good one from when he was doing his best work. Nicely made example of a LeBayle Studio alto mouthpiece in an S7 facing, measuring .075″ which means that it plays more like a Meyer 5 tip. This piece has a high baffle for a crisp, projecting alto sound like you’d want in the studio for commercial music or smooth jazz etc. The larger bullet chamber gives you some warmth and complexity, but it’s mostly crisp bright power that I hear.

  • Lelandais Super Jazz Metal Alto F Mezzo Mouthpiece D12

    $ 275

    This is an unusual vintage piece from Lelandais (a French mouthpiece manufacturer) stamped “Super Jazz.” It has a “IV” by the table, and it measures .065, which is about a Meyer 4 as well. The chamber is HUGE, like an early Otto Link (pre-Tone Master), so this piece plays with a big, dark sound, despite the fact that it is metal. (The geometry of the piece determines its acoustics more than the material.)

    This piece is much smaller than a typical alto mouthpiece – at least 1.5cm shorter than a Selmer Soloist, for instance. This makes me wonder whether it might not be a good fit for a Conn F Mezzo (which sounds 1/2 step higher than alto. It was not designed as such, but the F Mezzo owners of the world don’t have a lot of options, so this could be cool to try.

  • MC Gregory Los Angeles 5A 20 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC540

    $ 325

    This vintage MC Gregory Los Angeles mouthpiece has its original facing and measures at a modern 4 tip or .066″. It has straight sidewalls, small to medium chamber and not much baffle. Mellow dark tone, moderate resistance, low-moderate projection. Beak has quite a bit of tooth wear, so I’m pricing it much lower than a normal vintage MC Gregory. Get your Desmond vibe on for less. Tip opening measures 0.066″

  • Meyer 5M Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D91

    $ 150

    This is a Meyer Alto 5M. It has a .075 tip opening, a rollover baffle, straight side walls, and a small round chamber. Other than a few scratches this piece is in excellent condition.

  • Meyer 5M Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece F54

    $ 189
  • Meyer NYUSA 4L Alto Mouthpiece G34

    $ 850

    This is a NYUSA 4L alto saxophone mouthpiece. It has a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a medium sized chamber. The tip opening measures .061.

  • Meyer NYUSA 6M Alto Mouthpiece MPC 191

    $ 1,350

    This is a Meyer NYUSA 6M alto saxophone mouthpiece. It has a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a medium round chamber. The tip opening measures at 0.073.

  • Meyer USA 5M Medium Chamber Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC520

    $ 225

    0.073″ tip opening. Great flexible tone and projection as expected from a good example of the definitive alto mouthpiece.

  • Meyer USA 5M Medium Chamber Alto Saxophone MPC489

    $ 225

    A nice example of a “not so vintage” (80’s?) USA Meyer 5. Good hard rubber, nice thin rails. Good projection and a nice bright tone without being too edgy. Tip opening measures 0.072″. A prudent choice if you want a good Meyer on a budget that isn’t expensive like the New York Meyers are.

  • Meyer USA 6M Medium Chamber Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC522

    $ 225

    0.077″ tip opening, just slightly more power than the 5M.

  • Meyer USA 6M Medium Chamber Alto Saxophone Moutpiece MPC398

    $ 165

    Nice older (1980’s?) USA Meyer 6M alto piece in a comfortable tip opening for jazz or lead alto in a big band. Better quality than the ones made today. The Meyer is the standard by which other alto pieces are described, and a good Meyer like this is a great starting point for any player who isn’t sure what to get. If you’re a newer player, you might look for a 4 or 5 tip, or use this 6 tip with a softer reed. The tone is warm, full-bodied, and has enough zing to let you play tunes with a pleasant amount of projection and tone but without sounding at all shrill. It’s a good happy medium, and you can take it in many different directions tonally with practice. That’s probably part of why Meyers are historically so popular.

  • Meyer USA 7M Medium Chamber Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC409 Great! 1980s

    $ 195

    Better than a modern Meyer by a lot, this is a beautiful early 80’s Meyer alto mouthpiece in an original 7 tip. It has nice thin rails and a good facing. Plays easily, and includes the original box. Tip measures .082. Better hard rubber, better finishing, and better facing than a new Meyer.

    The Meyer is the standard by which other alto pieces are described, and a good Meyer like this is a great starting point for any player who isn’t sure what to get. The tone is warm, full-bodied, and has enough zing to let you play tunes with a pleasant amount of projection and tone but without sounding at all shrill. It’s a good happy medium, and you can take it in many different directions tonally with practice. That’s probably part of why Meyers are historically so popular.

  • Morgan Jazz 8L Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece E28

    $ 300

    This is a Morgan Jazz 8L. These mouthpieces are hand finished and this one has a serial number of 27797. It is rare to find an alto in this tip opening. These are great mouthpieces that are quite hard to find. It has an .085 tip opening, a medium chamber, a rollover baffle, and curved side walls. This mouthpiece looks brand new.

  • Otto Link Reso Chamber 4* Alto Mouthpiece MPC342

    $ 525

    This is an Otto Link Reso Chamber 4* alto saxophone mouthpiece. Its tip opening measures at 0.064. This piece is an exceptional player! There is some light wear from age, but nothing that will affect playability.

  • Otto Link Slant NY Eburnated Bar 4* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC380

    $ 399

    This very old and a little worn but the bite plate and rails are very nice. It has a rollover baffle, curved sidewalls and large chamber. The tip opening measures 0.076″. This was opened up to a 6 tip by someone good. The table is flat and the tip and rails are beautiful. If you want something basically dark and warm, easy to play, and that takes air well, has easy response etc., then this is the piece for you. It’s hard to find something at all similar among new mouthpieces made today.

  • Otto Link Slant NY Eburnated Bar 4* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC382

    $ 350

    This very old and a little worn but the bite plate and rails are very nice. It has a rollover baffle, curved sidewalls and large chamber. The tip opening measures 0.076″. This was opened up to a 6 tip by someone good. The table is flat and the tip and rails are beautiful. If you want something basically dark and warm, easy to play, and that takes air well, has easy response etc., then this is the piece for you. It’s hard to find something at all similar among new mouthpieces made today. Has a couple of tiny dings in the tip rail that do not affect anything.

  • Otto Link Slant Sig Eburnated Bar 4 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC490

    $ 375

    A lovely classic warm round sound and killer good looks. Very large chamber, scooped sidewalls, and rollover baffle. Tip opening measures 0.067″. This is a high-quality vintage alto piece for going for a warm, lush alto tone. Good for 30’s/40’s section work, concert band, wind ensemble, or even classical playing with the responsive facing and large round chamber.

  • Otto Link Tone Edge Florida Straight Sig 8* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC428

    $ 325

    This is a great Otto Link Florida Tone Edge alto saxophone mouthpiece. This is the same as the USA Slant Signature Florida Otto Link, but with the signature changed to straight across. This was made in FL before the Early Babbitt pieces and has a little more warmth to the sound than the true EB pieces do. It was refaced at some point from an original 5* to an 8* tip, or 0.091″. The tip and rails are in excellent condition. From the markings on the rails and very thin tip rail, it appears most of the work was done near the tip, making for a great projection and a little more edge than stock Link. This works great for lead alto or for cutting through a band, but retains much more warmth than you would get with most other larger tip, projecting alto mouthpieces.

  • Otto Link Tone Edge Straight Sig 7 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC526

    $ 220

    0.090″ tip opening is big, but not as challenging as most other alto pieces at this opening. The rollover baffle looks to be hand finished to improve symmetry and form compared to a typical tone edge. There is some resistance to this piece, but it rewards you for the effort with a big fat tone to fill any room.

  • Otto Link Tone Master 4* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC393

    $ 399
  • Otto Link Tone Master 4* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC469

    $ 300

    Light reface to a 0.062″ tip opening. Mild rollover baffle, large chamber, curved sidewalls. It has a much darker tone than you might normally think of with metal. Very playable. If you want a rich, medium-dark alto tone, and want a mouthpiece that looks cool, and is more durable than hard rubber, this would be a good option. It brightens up when pushed, but is not a bright mouthpiece overall.

  • Penzel-Mueller New York Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece B14

    $ 99

    This is an interesting old mouthpiece with a medium, semi-round chamber, but with flat side walls and a fair amount of baffle. There are some scratches in the baffle area. It is a pretty good player now, in original condition. It is Meyer-like, but with a bit more of an edge to it. Very good hard rubber in these pieces!

  • Ponzol Custom Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D80

    $ 225

    This is a Ponzol Custom model for alto. It has a .090 tip opening, a high baffle, straight side walls, and a medium sized round chamber. This piece is slightly discolored and has some wear on the bite plate.

  • Renee Duval Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D58

    $ 110

    This is a Renee Duval alto mouthpiece. It has a .064 tip opening, a slight rollover baffle, straight side walls, and a medium round chamber. There are a few scratches here and there but overall it is in good condition.

  • Rousseau Classic NC 3 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece C60

    $ 75

    Here is a nice Rousseau Classic alto piece marked NC 3 with original box and ligature. As you might expect, it works well for classical. This is better than a Selmer C* for a beginning player, if you ask me. It’s also less expensive.

  • Selmer C* S80 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC488 Good Player

    $ 105
  • Selmer S90 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D44

    $ 99

    This is a Selmer Alto S90. These mouthpieces are really similar to the S80’s, but they have a slightly larger square chamber. It has a tip opening of .068, straight side walls, and no baffle. There is a bit of dirt and grim on this piece but nothing that won’t be easy to remove.

  • Selmer Soloist C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC388

    $ 350
  • Selmer Soloist C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC438

    $ 225
  • Selmer Soloist C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC501

    $ 299

    This Selmer Short shank Soloist alto saxophone mouthpiece has a warm mellow tone for classical and ensemble work. Tip opening measures 0.070″. Complete your collection with a 5-digit Selmer Mark VI alto saxophone. This is the original mouthpiece it came with, up through the early 1960’s. If you open these up to a larger tip and push them, you can get a punchier Kenny Garrett sort of tone, though that is easier with a bit higher baffle.

  • Selmer Soloist Style C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC474

    $ 175
  • Selmer Soloist Style C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC485

    $ 125

    Selmer Soloist Long shank C* alto saxophone mouthpiece from the later 60’s or 70’s. Tip opening measures a correct 0.065″. This is a nice, balanced all-purpose alto mouthpiece. Maybe you’re buying it for saxophone lessons. Maybe for school concert band. Maybe because you just want a reliable step up alto piece for much less than the retail new price. Not really the best for jazz, but it works well for lots of concert settings. Or completes your set with a Selmer Mark VI from roughly 1965 or later.

  • Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C* Alto D21

    $ 999

    This is a Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C*. These mouthpieces look identical to the Soloist but do not have soloist stamped onto the table. They also have less of a rollover baffle than the soloist. This piece has a .070 tip opening, no baffle, straight side walls, and a horse shoe chamber. This piece is in excellent condition.

  • Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece E09

    $ 225

    This is a Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C*. These mouthpieces are identical to the Soloist mouthpieces except that they do not have soloist stamped onto the table. They also have less of a rollover baffle than the soloists. It has a .068 tip opening, straight side walls, a slight rollover baffle, and a horse shoe chamber. There are some scratches and wear on the bite plate, but other than that it looks untouched.

  • Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece E11

    $ 225

    This is a Selmer Soloist Style Long Shank C*. These mouthpieces look identical to the Soloists but they do not have soloist engraved on the table and are therefore called Soloist style. These mouthpieces also have less of a rollover baffle than the soloist. This piece has a .068 tip opening, a slight rollover baffle, a horse shoe chamber, and straight side walls. The piece has a few scratches and is a bit discolored, but no playability issues.

  • Selmer Super Session HR Alto .073 (Meyer 5) Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC436

    $ 125

    This mouthpiece has straight sidewalls, a medium to small chamber and no baffle. It plays great, with a flexible tone and good projection, in contrast with a Selmer C*. Great all-around alto sax mouthpiece for a good price. The tip opening is 0.073 so the same as a Meyer 5 = very comfortable for most players.

  • Selmer Vintage S* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D46

    $ 350

    This is a Selmer S*. It has a .065 tip opening, no baffle, curved side rails, and a medium sized round chamber. This mouthpiece is in great condition.

  • Steve Broadus SB4 High Quality All-Purpose Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC537

    $ 125
  • Ted Klum Acoustimax Alto Mouthpiece – (much) Better than a Meyer

    $ 265

    This is a mouthpiece that for the price is very hard to beat. It plays like a vintage Meyer Bros with a lot of punch, and is great for jazz, lead alto, or other sorts of playing where you want a warm, full tone that has a reasonable amount of projection. The quality control on these is very good – worlds better than your modern Meyer made by Babbitt. You can just buy one of these and it will play great, as opposed to buying ten modern Meyers and maybe finding one good one.

  • Vandoren A45 Blue Java Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece EG reface MPC557

    $ 350

    Mildly scooped sidewalls, a long 2 stage rollover baffle, medium chamber, and a tip opening of 0.085″. A fresh reface by Erik Greiffenhagen makes this better than new. Bright tone and great projection, but not as edgy as a sharp edge high baffle piece. If you love the blue Vandoren A45 Java and Jumbo Java alto mouthpieces, but you want one for less money, or if you just want a really good bright alto piece for a commercial or smooth jazz alto sound, this is it.

  • Woodwind Co NY Meliphone Special Steel Ebonite B5A Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC541

    $ 125

    Straight sidewalls, narrow but tall chamber, no baffle, 0.055″ tip opening. A very mellow warm tone with high resistance. Good for a classical tone with a very hard reed. These are also wonderful all-purpose alto mouthpieces if you open them up to a larger tip. Check out Dick Stabile’s mad altissimo skills on one of these, on youtube.

  • Woodwind Co? French? Steelite Ebonite R2 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC479

    $ 45
  • Yanagisawa 5 metal Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC514

    $ 175
  • York made by Conn Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D83

    $ 50

    This is a York alto saxophone mouthpiece made by Conn. It has a .054 tip opening, a concave baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber. This piece should look great after a cleaning.