Soprano Mouthpieces

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  • Barbier Paris Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece F80

    $ 99
  • Dukoff Miami D5 Soprano Mouthpiece MPC327

    $ 850
  • Meyer 6M Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece E18

    $ 199
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    Otto Link Super Tone Master 5* Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece C13

    $ 175

    Here is a like new Otto Link Super Tone Master soprano piece in a 5* tip opening. This piece is very easy to play, and could be a natural choice for someone’s first soprano piece. This piece responds nicely and appears to have a nice, even facing as it should. It’s in virtually new condition and has only been play tested a bit since new.

  • Otto Link Tone Edge Small USA Large Font 7 EB? Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC525

    $ 600

    This is a beautiful example of an Otto Link Tone Edge soprano mouthpiece. It has its original 7 facing measuring .062″ or so. The 7 stamp is the larger font, and the USA stamp is small font like a FL Tone Edge. The Otto Link logo and chains are not the modern version, and neither is the shank design, and the machine marks on the table are a fine vertical denim pattern. The chamber is large and round. It plays beautifully with a warm, rich tone. I guess this would be an Early Babbitt at least early 80’s. I have to admit, I’m not an expert on the differences between soprano stamping in the 70’s to early 80’s on these. But it looks better than smaller tip ones I see selling online for $800, so hopefully this is a good deal for somebody. It also includes the Vandoren Optimum ligature in the photos.

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    Selmer Scroll Shank D Vintage Metal Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece Soloist

    $ 400

    Made famous by John Coltrane, who played this mouthpiece on his classic soprano recordings like In a Sentimental Mood, and Favorite Things, the vintage Selmer Scroll Shank (Soloist) Soprano saxophone mouthpieces remain popular today. This is a beautiful example of a Scroll Shank D with silver plate and its original facing. It also includes the original ligature and cap. It plays easily and has that reedy, focused, projecting, medium bright tone that you think of with those classic recordings. The chamber is round and not very large, much like the hard rubber version of the Soloist soprano pieces. The metal seems to give you just a bit more brightness. The tip on this one measures a comfortable .051″ making it easy to play with a medium reed strength.

  • Soprano Brilhart Reproduction 3-Band Ligature Hard Rubber Mouthpieces

    $ 165

    For Hard Rubber Soprano mouthpieces. This fits everything including vintage Buescher and Conn, Meyer, Selmer Soloist, Selmer S80, Yanagisawa, Vandoren, and virtually all of the boutique soprano mouthpieces.

    As an added bonus, this EchoMaster ligature also fits metal Dukoff alto mouthpieces like Dukoff Miami alto saxophone mouthpieces perfectly!

    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. And never before has there been a Soprano ligature available! (Brilhart only made alto and tenor.) This is an amazing ligature and also fits almost every soprano hard rubber mouthpiece ever made.

  • The Woodwind Co NY G6* Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC385

    $ 350
  • Wolfe Tayne hard rubber 3 soprano saxophone mouthpiece G12

    $ 199

    Wolfe Tayne hard rubber soprano saxophone mouthpiece with original ligature and cap, facing marked 3 measuring .046, equivalent to a modern Otto Link 4*. As far as I know, these were Babbitt blanks that were finished by Wolfe Tayne, a famous mouthpiece craftsman who is behind the BARI brand as well as the “WT” facing seen on some old Otto Link mouthpieces. The facing on this piece appears original, though it difficult to tell exactly since it appears to have been hand-finished in the facing and baffle. The baffle is a moderate roll-over, with straight sidewalls and a circular squeeze-throat chamber much like the older (and much more expensive) Selmer Soloists.