Tenor Mouthpieces

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  • AM Adam Meyer 7 Metal Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC464GC

    $ 200

    This piece has straight sidewalls with very thin siderails, a small chamber, almost no baffle. Tip opening is 0.090″.

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    Berg Larsen 105/2 M Metal Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece New Old Stock Excellent! MPC1056

    $ 600
  • Berg Larsen 110 2 M Scoop Bill Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece .114″ MPC1409

    $ 275
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    Berg Larsen 85 2 Offset M Scoop Bill SS Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC484

    $ 295
  • Berg Larsen 85 3 M Scoop Bill Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC1406

    $ 275
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    Berg Larsen 90 2 offest M Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC551

    $ 375
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    Berg Larsen Hard Rubber Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC499

    $ 275

    The markings seem to be buffed out but looks like a 120 2 or 3 chamber. Tip opening measures 0.119″. Has a huge sound and very free blowing if you have ginormous lungs and want to rip through a big band lead tenor book this might be your mouthpiece. It’s original facing, and has been played a lot, because it’s a phenomenal player.

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    Berg Larsen Hard Rubber Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC499

    $ 275

    The markings seem to be buffed out but looks like a 120 2 or 3 chamber. Tip opening measures 0.119″. Has a huge sound and very free blowing if you have ginormous lungs and want to rip through a big band lead tenor book this might be your mouthpiece. It’s original facing, and has been played a lot, because it’s a phenomenal player.

  • Berg Larsen HR 120 0 M Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC430

    $ 275

    Plays darker than a 0 baffle. This Berg HR has a bullet chamber and straight sidewalls. There are only a few tooth marks, and a little fading from oxidation. The tip measures 0.116″. The table has curved machining marks. The 0 high baffle is mild by modern standards and produces a moderately dark tone. Plays more like a 2 or 3 baffle, and is a nice mouthpiece. Bergs are great to brighten up a tubby tenor without becoming shrill.

  • Berg Larsen HR 95 0 M Tenor Mouthpiece C52

    $ 199
  • Berg Larsen HR 95 1 M Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC372

    $ 450

    This Berg Larsen HR offset M. It has a tiny ding in the tip but it does not effect playability, and is in otherwise very good condition. You rarely see them this nice. It has a bullet cut chamber and a classy matching brass cap and ligature. It has a tip opening of 0.096″ Nothing like a Berg for being both warm and projecting. If you’re playing a King, or playing with a band and need to cut through without being shrill, this is the mouthpeice for you.

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    Berg Larsen HR Tenor 100 0 M BP reface 0.100″ Great! MPC581

    $ 350

    Straight sidewalls, moderate baffle by modern standards, small bullet chamber, masterfully refaced retaining the original 0.100″ tip opening by Brian Powell. This piece is moderately bright and has great projection and low resistance, but in an effortless way that makes it much easier to play than a modern high baffle piece. It’s not a paint peeler but stays warm with plenty of projection. Great piece!

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    Berg Larsen Slant HR Tenor Mouthpiece MPC198

    $ 650

    This is a Berg Larsen Slant HR (85 1 SMS) tenor saxophone mouthpiece. The tip opening measures at 0.080.

  • Brilhart ARB Great Neck Original 3* (.081 modern 5) “Hard Rubber” Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC591

    $ 275

    Rare hard rubber ARB example. These are usually plastic. This is Brilhart after Arnold Brilhart sold his name as a brand and switched to ARB. Slightly curved sidewalls, medium chamber, not much baffle. High resistance but not in a bad way, moderate tone not too dark and not too bright. This would make a good classic big band mouthpiece. Tip opening measures 0.081″.

  • Brilhart Designed by Arnold Brilhart Great Neck Ebolin 4* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC592

    $ 475

    Hard to find, early example of a Brilhart. This would be one of his first pieces, before the Ebolin name, when they just said ‘Designed by’ and had the Great Neck NY stamp on the shank. If you like Brilharts, you may want to add this to your collection. It’s a rarity in great shape. Straight sidewalls, medium tall-narrow chamber, subtle rollover baffle. This piece plays great with medium-low resistance and very flexible tone, reminiscent of a good Otto Link but a little warmer. Tip opening measures 0.086″, but plays a bit bigger.

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    Brilhart designed by metal 6* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece F58

    $ 150

    Guardala Studio like mouthpiece for 90+% less. Haha. Straight sidewalls, medium chamber after a high stepped baffle. Tip opening measures 0.096″. Not as bright as a modern high stepped baffle, more similar to Berg Larsen in that it has good projection while maintaining a dark lush tone. The unusual beak shape takes some getting used to, but it is interesting. The thick tip and low angle make the bite plate almost parallel to the reed.

  • Brilhart Designed By Tenor 5 with Box C62

    $ 225

    This is a nice original vintage Brilhart tenor piece that has a medium bright tone and good response. It’s an under-appreciated piece that has an enthusiastic cult following. This one is in excellent condition and comes with its original box as well. This is great for any situation where you want to cut through a loud band without being too terribly bright.

  • Brilhart Ebolin 2 (5*) Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC433

    $ 225

    Excellent condition. 0.087″ tip opening, straight sidewalls and a smallish chamber for Brilhart power. Looks almost new. Solid all-around tenor piece.

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    Brilhart Ebolin 4* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC MPC1050

    $ 95
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    Brilhart Ebolin 4* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC487

    $ 120

    Typical Brilhart thick straight sidewalls, tall and narrow chamber, and 0.076″ tip opening. This piece speaks very easily and has a moderate back pressure, and moderate projection. A great ensemble piece for a developing embouchure or quite small group setting. The white bite plate is a replacement.

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    Brilhart Ebolin Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece 4* Good Condition MPC1029

    $ 79
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    Brilhart Hard Rubber 7* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece EG Reface Excellent MPC560

    $ 750

    This Hard Rubber Brilhart is a lovely (and highly-coveted) vintage jazz mouthpiece that has a lot more in common with a Link Slant signature Tone Edge or Dukoff Supersonic than with other Brilharts. One of the best vintage tenor mouthpieces ever, bar none. This particular one comes from a small collection of the best vintage Brilharts amassed by a friend of Arnold Brilhart who has now retired from playing tenor. It has scooped sidewalls and large round chamber, rollover baffle, and the tip has just been opened to 0.105″ by Erik Greiffenhagen. The facing is perfect, and responds effortlessly in all registers, with a balanced, comfortable feel. Erik is widely-recognized as one of the best mouthpiece refacers around today. He uses the best authentic vintage curves for his facings, so this piece is just like it would have been if it were originally opened to a 7*. (All mouthpieces started at 0.0″ tip.) This is truly ‘one of the good ones’ and it’s priced very reasonably for all that.

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    Brilhart Hard Rubber 7* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece EG Reface Excellent MPC564

    $ 750

    This Hard Rubber Brilhart is a lovely (and highly-coveted) vintage jazz mouthpiece that has a lot more in common with a Link Slant signature Tone Edge or Dukoff Supersonic than with other Brilharts. One of the best vintage tenor mouthpieces ever, bar none. This particular one comes from a small collection of the best vintage Brilharts amassed by a friend of Arnold Brilhart who has now retired from playing tenor. It has scooped sidewalls and large round chamber, rollover baffle, and the tip has just been opened to 0.105″ by Erik Greiffenhagen. The facing is perfect, and responds effortlessly in all registers, with a balanced, comfortable feel. Erik is widely-recognized as one of the best mouthpiece refacers around today. He uses the best authentic vintage curves for his facings, so this piece is just like it would have been if it were originally opened to a 7*. (All mouthpieces started at 0.0″ tip.) This is truly ‘one of the good ones’ and it’s priced very reasonably for all that.

  • Brilhart Personaline L6 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC210

    $ 425

    This is a Brilhart Personaline L6 tenor saxophone mouthpiece. It has a rollover baffle and a medium oval chamber. The L6 stands for long facing 6 opening. The tip opening measures at .077. It is original facing in good condition. This is one of the best vintage tenor pieces for a balanced, projecting tone that doesn’t sound just like every other mouthpiece. It was Brilihart’s top-of-the-line in its day, and is well made with the marbled tooth guard and gold lettering.

  • Brilhart Personaline Tenor Made in England S7 Very Nice! MPC1463

    $ 395
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    Brilhart Personaline Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece L6 Near Mint Excellent MPC1040

    $ 475
  • Brilhart Streamline 3 (Modern 5) Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC596

    $ 275

    This is a beautiful early example of a Brilhart Streamline tenor saxophone mouthpiece. It has straight sidewalls, medium chamber, very slight rollover baffle. moderately bright tone, low resistance. The Streamline profile works well with a normal HR sized alto sax ligature. Tip opening measure 0.083″.

  • Brilhart Streamline Ebolin 1 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC579

    $ 350

    Straight sidewalls, very mild rollover baffle, medium-large Brilhart tall-narrow chamber. With a harder reed, this has a rich and medium tone with moderate resistance. Tip opening measures 0.076″, so a modern 4* or so. Could be refaced as well. Beautiful original facing example of a streamline. As you probably know, these use alto ligatures.

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    Brilhart Tonalin 3 (5*) Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC528

    $ 325

    0.084″ tip opening (modern 5*), rollover baffle, straight sidewalls, med-large chamber for Brilhart. This is one of my favorite Brilharts. I think the baffle and sound match my go to Tone Edge type sound. low resistance, good projection, bright but not too thin sounding like some plastic Brilharts are.

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    Brilhart Tonalin 7 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC593

    $ 550

    This is the one you want, if you want a player’s Brilhart tenor piece. It’s a rare early example that also has a large tip measuring .106″. Straight sidewalls, tall chamber. Very subtle rollover baffle. This piece is an amazing player. Extremely flexible tone, low resistance with no hint of bright thin buzziness that some modern Brilharts have. Tip opening measures 0.106″.

  • Brilhart Tonalin Great Neck 3 Tenor Mouthpiece MPC368

    $ 395

    This Brilhart mouthpiece has a very mild rollover baffle and an open chamber. It has a tip opening of 0.069″. The biteplate and rails are beautiful, and the clamping ring keeps the cracked shank together.

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    Brilhart Tonalin Great Neck 3* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece D74

    $ 125

    Sometimes heavy use is a sign of love and admiration. This Brilhart has signature straight sidewalls, medium-large chamber, mild rollover baffle. Tip opening measures 0.093″. Great classic big band tone. Moderate projection and medium resistance. It works well, but watch out for the major crack in the shank. Should be clamped before extensive use.

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    Brilhart Tonalin Great Neck Tenor 5* MPC211

    $ 399

    This is a desirable early Brilhart tenor piece. It is original facing, with curved machine marks on the table and rails. Measures .084″ which is a 5*, though it is stamped 3* (this is common on Brilharts). There are some nicks on the inside of the left rail, but not in the actual facing surface, and there’s some tooth wear in the bite plate. This piece plays very well, with a warm, fat tenor sound that is versatile and just easy.

  • Brilhart Tonalin Streamline 4 Tenor Mouthpiece MPC367

    $ 375

    This VERY rare streamline “Designed By” Arnold Brilhart mouthpiece has a mild rollover baffle and open chamber. There is a hairline crack in the shank, or possibly this is a seam from the mold? It has been played hard and plays really well. It has a tip opening of 0.093″.

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    Buffet Crampon Tenor 1V Super Dynaction S1 Original Mouthpiece MPC1045

    $ 50
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    Conn Eagle 1920’s C Melody Mouthpiece MPC953

    $ 100
  • Conn Standard Steelay Tenor Hard Rubber Conn 10M Original Mouthpiece MPC1472

    $ 95
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    Dukoff D4 .091 Transitional Brass Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC1404

    $ 395
  • Dukoff D7 Transitional Brass Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC576

    $ 450

    Straight thin sidewalls, high stepped baffle, small chamber. The peeling plating does not seem to influence the sound. Edgy attack, minimal resistance, and superior projection. Tip opening measures 0.095″.

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    Dukoff Hollywood Metal Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece 7* Refaced from 5* Great! MPC610

    $ 1,450

    This is a beautiful vintage Dukoff Hollywood from my personal collection. It’s fat and powerful, but on the darker side, with a mild rollover baffle and medium-large chamber. This is the one piece version with higher floor but less rollover baffle. It plays great, with more projection than average since it was opened up. This was originally a 5* and was opened to a 7*, measuring .105″. I’m not sure who did the work, as it is unsigned, but from how clean and tidy it is, I’m guessing either Theo or maybe Jon Van Wie, both of whom didn’t always sign their pieces back in the day. That tip and baffle work is top-notch. This is a world-class tenor piece that should make someone very happy.

  • Dukoff Miami D7 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC1402

    $ 399
  • Dukoff Miami D8 Tenor Mojo Reface .109 Projects Effortlessly MPC1084

    $ 495

    This is a powerful, projecting, straight ahead tenor mouthpiece that has also been fine tuned by Keith Bradbury (mojobari) who is one of the most detail-oriented mouthpiece specialists around. If you want the best Miami Dukoff tenor at a comfortable 8 tip, this is it!

  • Dukoff Miami Orig. Large Chamber LD6 .098″ metal Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC588

    $ 575

    Slightly curved sidewalls, medium-large chamber, long rollover baffle. If you love the attack and projection of a Super Power Chamber but want a little beefier tone this might be the piece for you. I think Dukoff designed this to be like a Hollywood on steroids. It is still bright, but not glass shattering. Very free blowing. Tip opening measures 0.098″.

  • Dukoff Miami Super Power Chamber M7 metal Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC589

    $ 500

    Straight sidewalls, medium chamber, and a unique baffle that is similar to a high stepped baffle but with a large rollover-like radius where the step would be. Tonally this retains the projection and attack of a high baffle but is maybe slightly darker than a super-bright SPC “D” chamber. Tip opening measures 0.105″.

  • Dukoff Miami Super Power Chamber M7 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC594

    $ 400

    Straight sidewalls, medium chamber, and a high baffle with a large radius rollover at the entrance to the chamber. You don’t see the Miami M chamber that often. Those ligature scratches could be buffed off if you want. This is a very free-blowing piece with great projection. It is bright, but not paint peeling bright like the more common D7 chamber. I would consider this if you like your Link STM but want something that cuts through an amplified mix a little easier. Tip opening measures a comfortable 0.103″.

  • Dukoff Super Power Chamber Miami D7 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC569

    $ 375

    Tip measures 0.097″, but plays like a larger opening. Great projection and pretty bright but still meaty as expected from a SPC.

  • Gale Hollywood Triple Rail 6T Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC414

    $ 950

    SUPER rare completely untouched original condition Gale Hollywood triple rail tenor mouthpiece in a 6 tip. You hardly ever see these in this sort of condition. This is a must-have for the serious mouthpiece collector. This one has the silver shank band and the three dots on the body, so it’s the one you want. Why MC Gregory ever made this piece, I do not know.

  • GS Mark II Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece

    GS Mark II Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece – Modern, Crisp, Effortless

    $ 199

    GS Mark II Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece Freddie Gregory Super Deluxe Mark II Copy

    This piece is clean, balanced, effortless to play, including low register and altissimo, with a medium chamber and a moderate baffle that gives it moderate brightness without getting brittle or nasal. It’s a great all-purpose tenor mouthpiece with a modern sound.

    *Demo videos and detailed info below with the GS Mark II on a Selmer Mark VI, Conn 30M, and King Super 20. 

    The GS Mark II tenor saxophone mouthpiece is an extremely precise copy of my favorite Freddie Gregory Super Deluxe Mark II tenor mouthpiece.

    What is this?

    Many players may not know much about Freddie Gregory’s Super Deluxe mouthpieces. That’s not a big surprise, as Freddie did not make that many of them, and the ones he did make are mostly still in the hands of their original owners. The few that have come up for sale over the last 5 years that I’ve seen have been priced way out of the reach of most players– typically $2400-$4000– for a mouthpiece! Which is nuts, but those who know these mouthpieces REALLY seem to be willing to pay to get one. And sadly, since Freddie died ten years ago, no more of these are available.

    The Super Deluxe model was entirely designed and made by Freddie. It was sold in four variations on the same design: Mark I, Mark II, Mark III, and Mark IV. They all have a good amount of projection, but the Mark I is darkest and the Mark IV is brightest.

    The Mark II is bright and projecting but not too bright, and it seems to be one of the most popular ones of these. The chamber is medium rather than large, which adds to the projection. The shank is long, so you can pull out on vintage horns. The Mark II sounds great on Selmers and on modern tenors like Yamaha and P Mauriat. It gives them a lot of extra character and complexity.

    The Mark II is nothing like an Otto Link, so if you’re wanting a Link-on-steriods or whatever, checkout the upcoming GS SUPERSONIC, which does just that sort of thing. The Mark II is a different beast, all its own thing.

    And for only $199 including hand facing, I hope that lots of players can enjoy this amazing and rare mouthpiece! It’s hard to beat.

  • GS RESO Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece – Dark, Spread, Lush

    $ 199

    GS RESO

    Otto Link Reso Chamber Tenor Mouthpiece

    Thanks a lot for all the kind words in the reviews about the GS RESO! They’re now being played by pros all over the world. The FG SPECIAL 7* is a copy of my favorite personal vintage tenor mouthpiece and is a really good choice for an all-purpose vintage mouthpiece that just works for all kinds of playing. The variable tip RESO (every other facing incl regular 7*) is slightly darker and has a lush, warm, gorgeous tone

    See long description below for all the details and check the GetASax Youtube Channel for lots of videos, including our new RESO vs SLANT comparison video.

    • All GS Mouthpieces are completely hand faced (table also flattened) and the facing checked at 10 points plus the tip. I only sell ones that have a correct facing, so there are no ‘bad ones,’ once you find the right tip opening for you.
    • The GS RESO FG Special 7* facing is an extremely precise copy of my favorite vintage Otto Link Reso Chamber tenor mouthpiece, which was also refaced by Freddie Gregory.
    • We also scanned, modeled, and copied a second fabulous Otto Link Reso Chamber from my collection – a an original 5 tip J.A. facing mouthpiece that had not been refaced.
    • If you buy the FG Special 7*, you get a copy of my refaced Reso Chamber, which plays dark and fat and really does the old school tenor sound well.
    • If you buy any other variation including regular 7* (not FG), you are getting the model copying the original facing Reso Chamber, which has been digitally ‘opened up’ (wider tip opening, baffle moved and slightly modified) to each authentic Otto Link tip opening. They get slightly brighter at larger tips, just like a Link, and the mouthpiece gets shorter a little (also just like a Link being faced on a machine at the factory). We can do this without creating a massive artificial baffle (you mouthpiece geeks know what I mean.)
    • The facings are either Link facings I copied from favorite mouthpieces in my collection, or facings I think are better than whatever my favorite Link facing is. You won’t pick a bad facing. The JA 5 is very free blowing and takes air surprisingly well. It would be hard to beat if you want a top quality small tip tenor piece.

    2 years in, I can say that people have been REALLY happy with their GS RESO mouthpieces. It’s a fantastic mouthpiece at any price, and under $200 hand faced, it’s pretty hard to beat.

  • GS SLANT Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece – Classic, Balanced, Beautiful

    $ 199

    GS SLANT Otto Link Florida Slant Signature Tone Edge Replica Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece

    If you’re wanting a classic, all-purpose tenor mouthpiece for jazz, it’s hard to beat the GS SLANT. If you’re a new jazz player coming from a Yamaha 4C or S80 C*, and you don’t want to completely change your embouchure, consider the SLANT in a 5* or 6 tip. It’s a great way to get into jazz tenor tone without feeling out of control. If you’re used to a larger tip, and you’re not sure what to get, it’s hard to go wrong with the SLANT 7*. We have lots of SLANT videos with HiFi audio on the GetASax Youtube channel.

    GS SLANT is an extremely precise copy of my BEST vintage Otto Link Slant Tenor mouthpiece. More precisely, it’s a copy of an original facing 7* Florida Slant Signature Otto Link Tone Edge tenor mouthpiece in perfect original condition.

    This is the version of the ‘Slant’ that nearly everybody wants. It’s the most iconic and desirable hard rubber tenor mouthpiece ever made. When I hear people describing their ideal tenor tone online, it’s most frequently a description of what a good vintage Otto Link Slant sounds like: Dark and powerful, with a good amount of focus and projection. Brightens up and projects when pushed, but never thins out. Super even across all registers. Tunes great on almost any saxophone vintage or modern. That’s what the GS SLANT gives you, for about 1/10th the cost of a comparable original vintage Otto Link Slant Tone Edge tenor saxophone mouthpiece.

    Compared to the GS RESO, the GS SLANT is a little brighter and punchier (but not too bright), and more focused (though still warm and full). It has an instantly recognizable 50’s-60’s jazz tenor tone. See below for the GS SLANT vs Vintage Slant A/B video.

    If you’re a pro looking for the best do-it-all jazz tenor mouthpiece for an affordable price, I think you’d be hard pressed to beat the GS SLANT. It really captures the magic of the original mouthpiece, and that is saying a lot. It’s the only Slant copy I’ve seen that exactly copies a vintage Slant. Even upgrading to a vintage Link Slant at 8x the price wouldn’t actually sound better! And if you’re an amateur or younger player looking for your first good mouthpiece, this gives you the chance to jump right to an excellent mouthpiece that is completely hand faced, without messing with a bunch of machine faced intermediate mouthpieces.

    To read all about GetASax.com’s very own mouthpiece project, visit: GS Mouthpieces (main page) The big idea here is to let you experience the magic of the best mouthpieces I have ever played, for a price that makes them widely accessible for the first time.

  • GS Supersonic Tenor 50’s Dukoff – Bright, Projecting, Funky

    $ 199

    Bright, projecting, funky vintage 1950’s Dukoff copy that is like an Early Babbitt Link but more fun and better sounding. The GS Supersonic tenor is an early 50’s Dukoff hard rubber piece sold under the Zimberoff House of Note brand. It is my favorite bright vintage mouthpiece – it has a more complex tone than modern ‘bright’ pieces that tend to have a big step baffle don’t sound good soft or subtoning. The Supersonic is beautiful in subtone and stays warm while cutting through. It’s more sophisticated than an Early Babbitt Link, and it sounds similar but (to me) better in every way. (People keep asking why we didn’t do an EB copy – this is why.)

    Most people will never get to play an original Zimberoff Supersonic, because they are rare and expensive, and most people who have one won’t sell it. I’ve been collecting them for 15 years, and the GS Supersonic is an extremely precise copy of my best one, which is an original 7 tip (CV Special facing). It’s a very special piece, and one of the best tenor mouthpieces I’ve played.

    This is for people who want to cut through a band (ideal for wedding bands etc), to brighten up a dark saxophone’s tone (I’m looking at you, Keilwerth), or just to scream, but without getting too shrill. If you’re in high school or college band, this makes pep band a lot more fun too on sax, because you can actually be heard rather than completely swamped by the brass.

    About facings:

    Short answer – All the facings are good. The 7 CV and the regular 7 both have the same facing. Just the CV mouthpiece itself (not facing) is about 1/2″ shorter on the shank end. If you play a GS Slant, Mark II, or Reso, the 6, 7*, 8 and 9 facings will be almost identical and will feel very familiar. The 7 facing is a little different since it copies the CV Special, but it is actually very similar to my regular 7 facing as well.

    Long answer:
    You can get a precise copy of the original piece by selecting the 7 CV version which is a shorter mouthpiece and has Charlie Ventura’s favorite 7 facing. The Dukoff Supersonic is a pretty short mouthpiece (in overall length) compared to most other hard rubber tenor pieces. On all of the other versions we offer besides CV Special, the mouthpiece you get will be longer than the original. We found that the piece plays the best if we match the overall mouthpiece length of a metal Zimberoff Dukoff / Dukoff Hollywood, which makes the mouthpiece tune well on modern horns like Yamaha, even if you have a very firm embouchure. Both pieces have identical chamber, baffle, tip and everything. Just the ‘default/recommended’ version is a longer mouthpiece overall.

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    Guardala Handmade Tenor New Old Stock Traditional / MB1 Unsigned MPC1440

    From a mouthpiece collection come two handmade Guardala tenor mouthpieces in new old stock condition. Both are unengraved/numbered. I talked to Jennifer Price, who helped make the handmade Guardalas along with Dave, and she confirmed that these look like actual handmade Guardalas, and she said that she had seen a few others like these in the past. They’re still expensive because they’re handmade Guardala mouthpieces in new old stock condition, but they’re priced at about half of what the going rate seems to be for similar condition signed ones, because they are unsigned. I’m not the world’s most geeky Guardala nerd, but from the ones I have seen over the years, and from the information I can find online for comparison– thanks Steve Neff etc–  (and comparing to the notes on the original Guardala product descriptions)  one looks like the original Traditional which got renamed to MB1 later. Plays beautifully.

  • Holton L2 C Melody Mouthpiece MPC354

    $ 99
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    Jean Baptiste Paris 3* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC502

    $ 125
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    Jody Jazz DV Metal 7* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC471

    $ 400
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    Kay Siebold 6* Zinner Hand Crafted Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece F03

    $ 195

    Scooped sidewalls, large round chamber, no baffle. Tip opening measures 0.100″. High resistance but in a good way, dark tone, easy subtones. The relatively large tip opening and no baffle combination is great for someone looking for a great ensemble or classical piece.

  • Lambersen Tenor MPC 307

    $ 500

    This is a Lambersen tenor saxophone mouthpiece. It has a high baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber. Its tip opening measures 0.098.

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    M.C. Gregory “Master” Hollywood 6A 20 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece New Old Stock Amazing! MPC1042

    $ 675
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    M.C. Gregory “Master” Hollywood Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece 5A 20M MPC1027

    $ 400
  • Macsax 7* Tenor Mouthpiece MPC228

    $ 295

    This is a Macsax 7* tenor saxophone mouthpiece. The tip opening measures at 0.102″. There is some discoloration on the table, but nothing that will affect playability.

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    MC Gregory Master Hollywood Tenor 5 20M Original Facing MPC1466

    $ 300
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    MC Gregory Master Hollywood Tenor 5 20M Original Facing Near Mint MPC1470

    $ 400
  • Meyer Bros New York 1930’s-40’s Metal Tenor Mouthpiece Very Rare! .063″ MPC1417

    $ 875
  • Meyer Bros New York 1950’s Tenor 6L Medium Chamber Original Facing Gorgeous MPC1425

    $ 600
  • Meyer Bros New York 4M Medium Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC1082

    $ 500
  • Meyer New York USA Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece 5 Excellent Condition MPC1057

    $ 450
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    Meyer NY 4 Medium Chamber Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC402

    $ 450

    Meyer Bros NY tenor piece original facing, in beautiful condition. These are made with the best hard rubber ever. This has a medium chamber, which in today’s world is medium-large. The altos of Meyer Bros get more attention, but the tenors are a lot like the highly coveted Link Slant and Hard Rubber Brilhart mouthpieces, and deserve more attention. This one is beautiful original condition, measuring .072″, so good for classical or ensemble playing as is, but you’d want to open it up a bit for jazz I think. Comes with a nice Selmer Mark VI era ligature and cap set that often sells for $100 just by itself.

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    Otto Link Florida Super Tone Master USA 8* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC371

    $ 950

    This Florida USA Super Tone Master has nice thin tip and rails and plays great. It has tons of projection and is quite bright. It has a tip opening of 0.115″, so I’m guessing it was refaced to an 8* at some point. Not sure who did it, but the facing curve is as good as most that you see from refacers.

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    Otto Link Florida Tone Edge Straight Signature 5* Original Facing Original Box MPC625

    $ 850

    This is a beautiful original facing Florida Tone Edge that is identical to the late Florida Slant Tone Edge except that it has a straight Otto Link signature stamp. It has the FL baffle and facing marks, as well as the original Pompano Beach box; ligature and cap. A real find!! And it’s a great deal if you want an FL Slant but want to save some money on it only because the signature isn’t slanted. Scooped sidewalls, large round chamber, rollover baffle. Tip opening measures 0.089″. Great tone edge brightness and edge. The smaller tip opening limits max volume and projection without being stuffy and allows for subtle work.

  • Otto Link Florida USA 9 Tenor Super Tone Master Powerful! MPC1426

    $ 1,350