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 85 2 Offset M Scoop Bill SS Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC484

    $ 295
  • Berg Larsen 90 2 offest M Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC551

    $ 375
  • 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.

  • 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 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.

  • Brilhart Ebolin 4* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC MPC1050

    $ 95
  • 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.

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    Brilhart Personaline Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece L6 Near Mint Excellent MPC1040

    $ 475
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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.

  • 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.

  • 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″.

  • Buffet Crampon Tenor 1V Super Dynaction S1 Original Mouthpiece MPC1045

    $ 50
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    Conn Eagle 1920’s C Melody Mouthpiece MPC953

    $ 100
  • EchoMaster Ligature for Metal Otto Link Mouthpieces – OT-BB size all metal with BB Screws

    $ 165
    Introducing a new EchoMaster ligature. This is the OT-BB size that fits metal Otto Link mouthpieces and is all-metal with BB screws. This is one versatile and beautifully built ligature.
     
    It’s one ligature for almost all metal tenor mouthpieces. It also fits all Dukoff metal and Berg Larsen metal mouthpieces among many others. I took photos of almost every version of Link as well as Dukoffs and a Berg if you want to scroll through. It also fits metal Yanagisawa on the slim side, and even metal 10MFan and MacSax on the fat side. Quite useful, as you get a tight reed seal, where most Link ligatures are impossible to tighten. This one is easy.
  • 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 Freddie Gregory Super Deluxe Mark II Copy

    $ 199

    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 eight years ago, no more of these are available. (Till now.)

    Freddie is known both for refacing and for making his own mouthpieces. The original Super Deluxe Mark II is not a refaced mouthpiece made by someone else , the way my favorite Reso Chamber tenor mouthpiece is. 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. We may copy my favorite Mark IV someday as well, but I wanted to start with the Mark II because it’s bright and projecting but not too bright, and it seems to be one of the most popular ones of these. Bob Mintzer played one of these for a long time, and may still from time to time. I know he has a lot of Freddie’s pieces. Jeff Coffin plays a Mark IV, which sounds a whole lot like the Mark II that we copied for this project (Jeff was kind enough to make several audio comparison samples of the GS Mark II and his Freddie Mark IV, and they are definitely more similar than different.) Steve Neff has some original Mark II sound clips on his website here. We will do some videos as soon as Tyler is finished with the GS New York alto videos he’s working on.

    OK so that should be fairly clear now: The GS Mark II is an extremely precise copy of my favorite Freddie Gregory Super Deluxe Mark II, which is a different design from anything that Otto Link or Berg Larsen or Dukoff made etc. Along with the Mark IV, it’s his most popular design for sure.

    How does it play?

    Describing the tone is hard, because people probably haven’t played one of these. They’re also not that similar to other common mouthpieces like Meyer, Dukoff, or Berg Larsen. It’s different from any model of Otto Link, and is not a redesigned Link chamber at all. The baffle curves from nearly flat at the tip rail, into the chamber in a smooth curve, and the throat opens out into a medium-large chamber. Chamber volume is similar to a metal Otto Link, so it tunes great on basically any saxophone. The shank is long enough that you can pull out on a Conn 10M or something that wants a large mouthpiece volume, and it works well. The side walls start out nearly straight and are more scooped as it moves into the chamber. The magic in these pieces is in the baffle, and we spent a long time getting that just right.

    Tonally, my best attempt at a verbal description would be to say that this has a more projecting tone than a GS Slant or a vintage Otto Link, but it kind of opens out and gets wider and more robust as you push it. Some mouthpieces get more shrill the more air you put into them. The GS Mark II gets more lush and almost ‘operatic’ as you push it. It’s really fun to play. If you want something different from a Link style tenor mouthpiece, and you want a piece that is brighter but not too bright, and that has plenty of power and projection when pushed without getting thin and shrill, that’s what the GS Mark II really does well.

    Facing Information:

    Freddie’s facing curves are usually a couple of thousandths more open than the equivalent Otto Link, so we are reproducing his curves on the GS Mark II. The original that we copied was a 7 measuring .102″ and I also have a 7* and 8 that we used for the .107″ 7* and the .112″ 8 tip. As an interesting side note, most Freddie 8’s are actually stamped 7**, but I think that’s probably because he had them stamped 7* and then would just add another star for an 8. I’ve seen that enough times now to think it’s definitely intentional. They always seem to measure .111-.113″ for me, so we settled on .112″.

    A word on price: People are *constantly* telling me that I should raise the prices of the GS Mouthpieces. However, they are intended to be a service to the saxophone community, so that as many players as possible can get a great mouthpiece that is entirely faced by hand and that plays as well as a much more expensive original. The GS Mark II tenor mouthpiece would probably sell almost as well at double the price, but we will be keeping the price $199 as long as possible, because that’s the whole point of the project.

  • GS RESO Otto Link Reso Chamber Replica Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece (All Facings)

    $ 199

    **Update: Due to strong demand, I’m about a week behind on hand facing these mouthpieces for sale. However, regardless of which shipping option you pick, I’ll upgrade you to express 2 day shipping – or FedEx International Priority shipping if you’re overseas. So even though it’ll take me a week to make your mouthpiece, you’ll still receive it surprisingly quickly, especially internationally.

    I’m very excited to present GetASax.com’s very own mouthpiece project: 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.

    This mouthpiece is a very precise copy of my personal Otto Link Reso Chamber tenor mouthpiece, which was faced by the great Freddie Gregory to a perfect 7*. It’s medium dark, but not too dark, with moderate focus, and gets punchy without thinning out when pushed. Balanced and responsive, it’s one of the best all-around tenor mouthpieces I’ve played. Even if you normally play brighter pieces, the GS Reso is worth having in your arsenal. It’s ideal for jazz, beautiful on ballads, and can handle burning bebop tenor lines like a champ. The facing is just right. Subtone is effortless, response is quick. Altissimo pops right out. It’s very free blowing and takes air extremely comfortably. The 7* .105″ tip opening is very comfortable. Newer players can easily manage it with a 2.5 reed. And for pros, it slots right in with a Rigotti 3 light to 3.5 medium. (I like the Rigotti 3 light personally.)

    The computer model we developed for the Reso is accurate down to .001” compared to my original Reso Chamber. Each mouthpiece gets carefully hand faced, precisely measured, and tested, so that it really is totally right! Bottom line: You get the equivalent of a $1500+ vintage mouthpiece for only $199. People keep saying we should charge more, but the whole idea from the start has been to make the best mouthpieces widely accessible, not to maximize profits. A lot of people have never played a really good mouthpiece. It’s time to change that. 

    Using cutting-edge tech, we went through over 50 prototypes so that now every one of these sounds like the original.

    When you select any tip opening other than the FG SPECIAL 7*, then you will be getting a Reso Chamber built from my original facing Reso Chamber. The reason for this is pretty easy to explain: Otto Link manufactured mouthpiece ‘blanks’ with a zero tip opening. Then they opened them up from a closed tip to whatever tip opening they wanted. In order to give you different tip openings authentically, we needed to do it the same way. So we started with a smaller tip Reso Chamber, and then we used Otto Link facing curves to carefully model ‘opening’ the 5 tip to whatever facing you want, just like if it were done on a facing machine. We also move the baffle work to the appropriate position like on a hand finished piece. This Reso Chamber mouthpiece is unbelievably good. It is just as rich and complex as the FG SPECIAL RESO, but it plays just a little brighter, and the mouthpiece itself is also a little longer (Otto Link used a couple of different molds to make the Reso Chamber model.) It’s the one that Steve Neff reviews here. So if you normally have to pull out a lot to tune, or you want just a little more punch than the FG SPECIAL RESO while remaining basically dark and rich, that’s what you get!

    If you want an exact copy of the Reso Chamber Joe Allard Facing that we scanned, including the J.A. stamp on the table and the more rounded tip profile, then select the 5 JA facing. It measures .081″ or so and takes air nicely. The smaller tip GS RESO mouthpieces are perfect for concert band or ensemble tenor settings. If you’re coming from a Yamaha 4C or Vandoren and want something richer, warmer, and more interesting, consider one of the smaller tip GS RESO models. They are excellent all-purpose tenor mouthpieces.

     

    Material:

    GS Mouthpieces are made of a premium biocompatible dental resin, and printed at an especially high resolution. You don’t see messy print lines everywhere, because the print is so high quality! This dental resin is designed to be in your mouth, so it’s ideal for a mouthpiece.

    The density and the hardness are almost identical to vintage hard rubber! So GS Mouthpieces vibrate like hard rubber and feel familiar and comfortable to play. The resin is also extremely durable. I have dropped the prototypes on hardwood again and again, and they just bounce and are fine. They even survive being dropped onto concrete (for a while)! So if you’re hard on equipment, this mouthpiece should be able to take quite a beating and hold up well over time.

    Finishing:

    Each GS Reso gets carefully hand faced and finished before coming to you. This is super important. The magic of a mouthpiece is in the facing. If you buy a generic, mass-produced mouthpiece, chances are the table is not flat and the facing is uneven between the side rails. As a result, the reed vibrates unevenly. It feels stuffy and dead, resistant, and all-around disappointing to play. SO many people have this problem, whether they know it or not. I don’t know how many players I’ve helped to get their first actually good mouthpiece, and all of a sudden playing is fun!

    Since we flatten the table, you get an easy reed seal. There are no print lines or marks messing up the facing. It’s smooth and perfect like a boutique mouthpiece. The facing is also finished by hand, which is a BIG plus. I’m really picky about this, so I learned to do it myself so I could be sure these pieces were actually the same as my Freddie Gregory-faced Reso Chamber. Each facing is measured at ten points to make sure that it is even and consistent throughout. 

    Mouthpiece facings are unforgiving. Small problems can make a big difference in playability. Unlike any other mouthpiece of its kind or anywhere near its price, each one of these GS mouthpieces goes out the door only when it is faced just right. Every one is as good as the best mouthpieces I have played.

    I have been collecting mouthpieces seriously for over ten years now, and I have been saving the very best ones over that time. I currently have about 750 pieces, and of those there are about 20 that I think are in that Holy Grail category. Those are the mouthpieces that will be coming out in the GS Mouthpieces line. Keep an eye on this, if you want to put together a collection of the best playing saxophone mouthpieces ever, while keeping costs to a minimum. Each one has a magic of its own, and each one gives you a unique and beautiful tone and response that makes it a joy to play! 

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

    $ 199

    **Update: Due to strong demand, I’m about a week behind on hand facing these mouthpieces for sale. However, regardless of which shipping option you pick, I’ll upgrade you to express 2 day shipping – or FedEx International Priority shipping if you’re overseas. So even though it’ll take me a week to make your mouthpiece, you’ll still receive it surprisingly quickly, especially internationally.

    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 only 15% the cost of an 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 bright), and more focused (though still warm and full). It has an instantly recognizable 50’s-60’s jazz tenor tone. We’ll post hi-fi sound samples of the GS SLANT on a variety of brands of saxophone very soon! 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.

     

  • Holton L2 C Melody Mouthpiece MPC354

    $ 99
  • Jean Baptiste Paris 3* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC502

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

    $ 400
  • 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.

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

    $ 675
  • 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.

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

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

    $ 450
  • 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.

  • Otto Link Florida Super Tone Master USA 7* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC371

    $ 950
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    Otto Link Florida USA Slant Body Straight Signature Tone Edge 8* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece Original Facing MPC951

    $ 1,500
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    Otto Link Florida USA Super Tone Master 6* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece New Old Stock Amazing! MPC1055

  • Otto Link Master Link 7* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC555

    $ 600
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    Otto Link Tone Edge Straight Sig 5* Refaced Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC373

    $ 300

    This Otto Link measures .090″ which would be about a 6 tip. So it was probably just barely opened up. It plays more like a 6* or 7 and is more free blowing than a typical tone edge of this era. Great piece for someone who wants a smaller tip that still takes enough air. This is probably early 80’s vintage.

  • Ponzol M1 Hard Rubber Custom USA Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece F50

    $ 225

    This is a hard rubber version of the Ponzol M1 tenor saxophone mouthpiece. It has high baffle, metal mouthpiece proportions. If you like the streamlined proportions of metal and easy on the teeth compliance of hard rubber, this this may be your piece. It has straight sidewalls, small chamber, and a high stepped baffle. Tip opening measures 0.115″. The high baffle does not disappoint with projection and brightness, but it is also surprisingly easy to lay back and get a slightly darker tone. It would be a nice all around mouthpiece in the right setting, like a combo with electric guitar for example, where you want a cool tone with the option to cut through when needed. If you’ve been playing a Berg and want something slightly brighter, this would do the trick. 

  • Selmer C* Long Shank Soloist Style Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC548

    $ 275

    Vintage 1970’s Selmer Long Shank Soloist Style tenor saxophone mouthpiece in its original C* facing at .068″ or so. Complete your set with a 70’s Selmer Mark VI tenor, or Mark VII tenor, or get a solid, all-purpose tenor mouthpiece for wind band or ensemble playing. These also work pretty well for classical tenor repertoire. This has a different chamber and sound from the detestable modern S80 C* for tenor, which is my least favorite tenor mouthpiece. This is much better.

  • Selmer S80 C* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC544

    $ 110

    Tip opening measures 0.066. No baffle, straight sidewalls, small squared off chamber. OK dark tone with a hard reed.

  • Selmer Scroll Shank Soloist Style C* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece Near Mint MPC1036

    $ 450
  • Selmer Soloist C Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC505

    $ 275

    This is a quintessential vintage Selmer Soloist with a classical-leaning tone. It has straight sidewalls, horseshoe chamber, subtle rollover baffle, and the tip opening measures 0.073″. It has a dark Selmer tone, with no edge at all despite mild rollover baffle. Round and warm and dark like a cello. If you want your Selmer to lean classical or wind band or small ensemble, this would be ideal. It also completes your set with a Selmer Mark VI tenor from the 1960’s.

  • Selmer Soloist C* Long Shank Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC515

    $ 275

    Excellent example of a Soloist C*, even darkish tone across the full horn, and OEM for your Mark VI. 0.083″ tip opening.

  • Selmer Soloist C* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC383FC

    $ 399

    Complete your set with a 5-digit Selmer Mark VI tenor original mouthpiece. This Soloist Short Shank C* has original facing, in very good condition, with a tip opening of 0.071″. It makes a great classical / concert mouthpiece as is, or get it opened up for the Joe Henderson vibe.

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    Selmer Soloist D Long Shank Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC513

    $ 275

    Like a Soliost C*, but a little larger tip opening of 0.085″ and a bit darker richer tone with a little less buzziness for me. If my HS band director mandated Selmer, I would definitely get this to be a little bit *extra*

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    SML 4 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece Vintage French Complete Your SML Set MPC954

    $ 49
  • Tenor Hard Rubber Brilhart 3-Band Reproduction Ligature Echo Brass

    $ 165

    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.

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    Tenor Metal Otto Link Brilhart Reproduction 3 Band Ligature Berg Larsen Dukoff!

    $ 165

    Best ligature around for a metal Otto Link (and similar) tenor mouthpiece! Way better than the stock Otto Link metal top screw ligature, this gives you a much firmer hold on the reed, which greatly improves response and reduces movement or reed swelling on the mouthpiece table. The plastic reed plate fits the reed beautifully and opens up plenty of vibration. No deadening fabrics or strings here. Plus, this is made to the highest standards in South Korea by people who care about quality saxophone equipment. It’s a true reproduction down to the materials used, of the most desirable saxophone ligature ever made. This also fits larger body Berg Larsen and vintage Hollywood Dukoff tenor mouthpieces, and all Otto Link Metal-sized tenor mouthpieces, like Ted Klum Focustone Tonamax, Theo Wanne larger body metal, and many others. See the photos. For thin body metal mouthpieces, get the Guardala sized tenor ligature instead.

    If you want the best ligature for a Berg Larsen metal tenor mouthpiece, this is it. If you want the best ligature for a Dukoff Hollywood or Dukoff Stubby tenor piece, again, this is it.

    This ligature fits all metal Otto Link tenor mouthpieces also – past and present. It fits Masterlink, 4****, ToneMaster, Super ToneMaster NY, FL, Early Babbitt, and regular Babbitt-made pieces. The modern variants like the ‘New Vintage’ NY, Millennium edition etc also all fit.

    Buy with confidence. I take returns, and I stand behind this product. It’s the real deal.

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    Vandoren Blue Jumbo T75 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC1080

    $ 350
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    Vandoren Java T45 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC1086

    $ 90
  • Wolf Tayne 7 metal Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC507

    $ 175

    Small chamber, straight sidewalls, abrupt and prominent rollover baffle, along with a moderate tip opening of 0.091″ makes for a very flexible all around mouthpiece that is bright and cutting at high volume, but can still be pretty and easy to speak with low volume and subtones. Bonus atomic age style ligature.

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    Woodwind Co K4* (Actually 7) .100″ EG Reface Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece Great! MPC952

    $ 325
  • Woodwind Co. NY D7 Tenor .073″ 4* Tip MPC253

    $ 299

    If you talk mouthpieces with me, you will find that I am a big fan of the Woodwind Company. It was a wonderful place where you would go with your teacher and get fitted with a mouthpiece by a mouthpiece maker at his bench, finding which of the 168 facings and numerous chambers worked best for you. For tenor, I find I like the B chamber and the D chamber best so far. (for soprano and alto, it’s different). This is a nice, vintage Woodwind Co D7 tenor, which has a medium-large, round chamber and just a little bit of baffle. It is similar to a Florida Otto Link Tone Edge in the baffle profile, though the chamber is slightly smaller. It has nicely curved side walls and a beatifully done facing with thin tip and side rails and a signature “cloudy” looking table with facing stamped on the table. This is a nice, balanced player that would be perfect for the tenor player who is not going for a big tip opening, but wants a piece that sounds good and is easy to control. It has a warm, rich tone with just enough punch to make it work for jazz when pushed, but not so much that you stand out from a section if you want to blend. Great do-it-all tenor piece for a variety of playing situations.

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    Woodwind Co. NY Special Made for Dick Stabile Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC477

    $ 275

    This is a top-quality Woodwind Co NY mouthpiece with no baffle, straight sidewalls and a medium chamber. The tip opening is 0.069″, This plays like an old Selmer soloist, with a little more projection. Dick Stabile was a virtuoso player with mad altissimo skills. Maybe this was one of his personal pieces? It’s hard to say. They usually just say ‘Dick Stabile model’ not ‘Special made for Dick Stabile,’ so maybe this is a cool collectible, in addition to being a nice all-purpose mouthpiece that is easy to play.

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    Woodwind Co. of NY D7 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece C88

    $ 299

    This is a Woodwind Co. of NY D7 mouthpiece. It has a 76 tip opening, curved side walls, not much baffle, and a large round chamber. It plays plays with a very rich full sound and would make a very open sounding classical piece. It is also in excellent condition. These pieces are extremely well made- on par with vintage hard rubber Links.

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    WS Sumner Acousticut Rubber 4 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC434

    $ 110

    Carved out sidewalls and large chamber. A very long and mild rollover baffle. A very small chip in the tip, which would be easy to clean up, but doesn’t make a playing difference. The rails look good. 0.082″ tip opening. Good piece for all-around concert band tenor, blending, classical etc. These are high quality and deserve to be better known.

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    Yanagisawa Metal 7 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC387

    $ 275

    This silver plated Yanagisawa mouthpiece has a long rollover baffle, straight sidewalls, and a small chamber. It has a tip opening of 0.106″, and is in very good condition. These are fantastic mouthpieces that deserve wider recognition. It plays like an Otto Link Florida Super Tone Master with a really good and responsive facing. Great piece for the money. I have one of these in my personal collection. Better than the modern version in my opinion.