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    10MFan Merlot 7* Hard Rubber Tenor Mouthpiece MPC227

    This is a hard rubber 10MFan Merlot 7* in mint condition. It measures .106″ and plays with a full, round, classic mainstream jazz sort of tenor tone. You can google this piece for tons of info. This is a good choice for your first nice tenor mouthpiece, and the tip opening is pretty comfortable for most players.

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    Bari Hybrid 6 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC535

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

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    Beechler Vintage 3S Tenor Hard Rubber 5 tip MPC260

    $ 100

    If you are looking for a jazzy sounding hard rubber mouthpiece that is at a smaller, more comfortable tip opening for people who don’t play tenor all the time, this would be a good fit. It’s also an interesting piece if you collect mouthpieces, because I haven’t seen an early one like this before.

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    Berg Larsen 110 1 Offset M Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece F57

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    Berg Larsen 95 0 M Tenor Mouthpiece MPC243

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    Berg Larsen HR Denim Table Tenor 110 0 Offset M MPC962

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    Brilhart ‘Designed By’ Tonalin Streamline 4 (Modern 5*) Tenor MPC539DT Original Facing Rare!

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    Super rare early Brilhart Tonalin Streamline ‘Designed By’ Brilhart Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece. Medium-large tall but narrow Brilhart Tonalin chamber, straight sidewalls, very subtle rollover baffle. The worn bite plate indicates that it was well-loved. With a bit harder than my normal reed, this piece produces lovely subtones at full volume. A nice fat tone, good projection. This streamline shape works well with a normal HR alto ligature, or with the Echo Master hard rubber alto ligature on this site.

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    Brilhart Ebolin Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece 3* w Serial MPC1085

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    Brilhart Ebolin Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece 4* D68

    $ 99

    This is a Brilhart Ebolin 4* for tenor saxophone. These mouthpieces are made of injection molded plastic. This piece has a .080 tip opening, a slight rollover baffle, straight side walls, and a medium sized oval chamber. The bite plate it worn down a bit, and there is some general wear from age.

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    Brilhart Hard Rubber 7* EG reface Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC550

    Scooped sidewalls and large round chamber, rollover baffle, tip opening to 0.105 and facing work by Erik Greiffenhagen. This is a lovely classic jazz piece that has a lot more in common with a Link slant sig tone edge or Dukoff Supersonic than with the later plastic Brilharts.

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    Brilhart Hard Rubber Great Neck Tenor 4-digit .079″ MPC251

    $ 450

    This is a beautiful early Brilhart tenor mouthpiece. It’s the “Designed By Arnold Brilhart” stamped model, and it has a 4-digit serial 1803. Great Neck NY on the shank, and a 4 stamp on the table. Looks like original facing to me, and measures .079, which is about a modern 5. There are some light tooth scratches on the beak that would polish off, and a few other scratches on the body. This is an easy to play tip opening for people looking for a first tenor mouthpiece, or a piece to play in an ensemble or band setting, or even for classical sax.

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    Brilhart Tenor Ligature MPC233

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    Brilhart Tonalin 3* .067 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece w Band MPC1071

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    Brilhart Tonalin 5 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece F72

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

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    Brilhart Velvet Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece C22

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    Buescher or Conn Vintage Bass Sax Mpc B59

    Nearly impossible to find, here’s a real vintage bass sax mouthpiece. This piece is a lot bigger than the other vintage bari pieces I have, so I think that it’s a true bass sax piece. This is useful for playing a vintage bass in tune, or for completing your set. There’s some scratching on the table, so this piece would be a good candidate to be restored by someone like Brian Powell. If you’ve never done that before, let me know and I can take care of it for you.

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    Buescher True Tone Alto Original Overhauled

    If you are looking for a great horn for the money, this is it! It has original lacquer, and I got it from a serious player who put a high end overhaul into it. This Buescher plays beautifully and is guaranteed to please.

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    Buescher True Tone IV C Melody Silver Plated 233xxx

    This is a very late C Melody saxophone from Buescher. It is quite unusual to find one this late, and I have never seen one that is any design later than this, so this is de facto the last version of a C Melody made by Buescher.

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    Buffet Crampon C2 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece F78

    $ 120
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    Cannonball Raven Tenor Saxophone 152200

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    Coast HR R3 Vintage Classical Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC432

    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.

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    Conn Curved Soprano 64xxx to high F Rolled Tone Holes Heavily Played

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    Conn New Wonder II Tenor 228xxx Gold Plate!

    $ 3,250
    If you are looking for a BIG, spread, velvety vintage tenor tone that you can take in a million different directions, then this may be the horn for you. And if you are looking for an instrument that is also beautiful, collectible, and likely to go up in value, this heavily gold-plated vintage tenor in excellent condition would be a great choice. These gold plated tenors are very special. Modern plating techniques just put a tiny fraction of the amount of gold on a horn that Conn did back in the day. This is THICK, gorgeous plating that would cost several thousand dollars to replicate today (and it still wouldn’t be this color). The price of just the plating today would be more than the price of the horn. Put that together with the fact that horns like this are awesome as instruments, and with how rare nice gold tenors are, and you have a very good investment type horn as well. It’s very uncommon in today’s world to be able to get all of your money back out of anything you buy. But this is actually going to go up in value while you own it.
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    Conn Transitional Tenor Saxophone 251xxx Silver Overhauled+Hisco

    Here is a silver plated transitional Conn tenor saxophone with naked lady (10M) engraving and split bell keys. The SN# is 251xxx, which is great for Conn tenors. This vintage of Conns is just the BEST. Huge tone, good intonation, super-resonant body tube, beautiful engraving, high collectibility value. The total package. This horn comes with a Hiscox case as well! Get it before it is gone. These do NOT come around very often, though I do try very hard to grab them whenever they become available.

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    Couf Superba 2 Soprano Saxophone Fat Tone

    This is a hard-to-find Couf Superba 2 soprano. Like the Superba 1 soprano and baritone, this horn has straight tone holes, which will be easier for your tech to keep in good adjustment. It has a big, warm tone with a lush, powerful core. If you are looking for a fat sounding soprano, this is it. The key work is pretty comfortable, except for the in-line palm keys, but this horn has nicely built-up palm keys so that they are much more comfortable. But to get the most out of it, you’re going to want to get it overhauled. This is a lot of soprano for the money, and it sounds like nothing else. Think Grover Washington Jr.

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    Dukoff D8 Tenor Mouthpiece MPC204

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    Dukoff Miami D6 Large Chamber Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece F41

    This is a Dukoff Miami D6 tenor mouthpiece. It has a .093 tip opening, a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a medium round chamber. There is some wear from age, but no issues that will affect playability.

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    Dukoff Miami D7 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece E10

    This is a Dukoff Tenor Super Power Chamber D7. These mouthpieces began production in 1972 and are still made today. This piece has a .100 tip opening, a high baffle, a medium chamber and straight side walls. These Miami pieces are the most desirable version, because they were better made than the current production models out there. The sound of this piece is bright-but-full-bodied in a way that makes it great for any playing setting where you need to be able to project or cut through at all. Nice piece!

  • Dukoff Supersonic Penn Los Angeles Tenor E38

    This is yet another iteration of a mouthpiece that I have been collecting quite a few of lately – the Dukoff Supersonic/Zimberoff blank that was made for a number of other companies by Dukoff around the middle of last century. These are excellent mouthpieces for getting a dark, burning jazz or all around tenor sound. They are great opened up to larger tips, which is why I have several listed in different tip openings. Besides the above mentioned names, you also find this piece as Selmer Elkhart NY, Geo M Bundy, and even Buescher. This one just got opened up by Brian Powell, and it is an outstanding player.

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    Dukoff Supersonic Selmer Elkhart Tenor BP 8 110 D33

    $ 375

    This is a Selmer Elkhart tenor piece that Brian Powell refaced. It has a .110 tip opening, a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber. There is some discoloration, but other than that it is almost as good as new.

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    Dukoff Supersonic Selmer Elkhart Tenor BP 8* 115 F25

    This is a Selmer Elkhart tenor piece that Brian Powell refaced. It has a .115 tip opening, a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber. This piece looks almost new.

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    E. Rousseau 4R Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece E04

    This is a Eugene Rousseau Tenor 4R. Rousseau is an accomplished alto saxophonist in the classical world and currently teaches at the University of Minnesota. This piece has a .083 tip opening, no baffle, straight side walls, and a medium sized chamber that is round and cut off a little bit by each side wall. There is a bit of wear on the bite plate, but other than this it looks great.

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    Freddie Gregory Mark I 7 Grenadilla Wood Soprano E39

    This is a super-rare, collector’s quality Freddie Gregory Mark I for soprano in grenadilla wood. It is in almost unplayed condition. All of Gregory’s mouthpieces are custom-made to order. The Mark I is the darkest of his mouthpieces. This piece is in excellent condition and comes in its original box. These pieces are impossible to find and very very rare in near mint condition.

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    Freddie Gregory Super DeLuxe Mark 1 Grenadilla Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece 8* MPC963

    Super collectible and rare original grenadilla wood and brass Freddie Gregory Super Deluxe Mark 1 Tenor mouthpiece! This even includes the original tube! It’s a work of art. These are getting more and more collectible and desirable as people realize what special mouthpieces they are, and also how rare they are. I’ve seen lots of higher prices than this by a significant amount. If you want the same sort of piece for much less, try the GS Mark II which is an extremely precise copy of my favorite ever Freddie Mark II (slightly brighter than this mark 1) for only $199.

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    Gale Hollywood 5L Three Dot Tenor Mouthpiece C24

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    Geo. M Bundy BP 7* 105 Nice! Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece E26

    This is a nice (and lesser-known) Geo. M. Bundy 3 that Brian Powell opened up to a .105. George Bundy had good taste in mouthpieces, and most of those bearing his name are of surprisingly high quality. This one is made of good quality hard rubber and the blank is very nice for tenor. With Brian Powell’s superb facing work, you’re getting a really excellent mouthpiece that is better than most pieces made and sold today for a good price. This piece plays like a vintage Otto Link or HR Brilhart, but with a bit more punch from the squeeze in the throat of the piece. It has a rollover baffle, straight/diagonal side walls, and a medium-large chamber. This piece looks to be in near mint condition.

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    Goldbeck & Co. 3 Tenor Mouthpiece F35

    This is a Goldbeck & Co. 3 tenor mouthpiece, refaced by a professional mouthpiece tech in Germany. It has a .105 tip opening, a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber. This is supposed to be the same blank as an old Otto Link Master Link, and it does look basically identical to the Master Link that I have here right now, so I would tend to believe that. The tone is big, dark, 30’s warmth, but you can also project on one of these with the right technique, as Pharaoh Sanders has shown.

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    Goldbeck Soprano Metal Mouthpiece Rare! MPC245

    This is a cool vintage Goldbeck soprano mouthpiece measuring .046.” It includes the original ligature and cap as well. The fluted sides give this piece a striking art deco look. It’s in excellent condition and has virtually no wear. It also plays well, with a dark, round tone – large chamber and not much baffle. Works great on vintage sopranos as well as modern ones, especially when you want a big, dark full tone.

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

    $ 199

    Now Available!! 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, and it plays a lot like the metal ‘Zimberoff House of Note’ Dukoff piece but in hard rubber shape and brighter with more of a crisp, cutting tone.  It’s a lot brighter than the GS Slant but has a large chamber and maintains 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 ever 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:

    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. 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 King Tenor Mouthpiece

    This is a handmade Guardala King tenor mouthpiece. It is in excellent condition with some wear on the table, but nothing that will affect playability.

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    Hiscox Artist Alto Ivory Saxophone Case LA-WAS-I

    $ 479

    Hiscox makes the best overall saxophone case on the market today for most horns. This is especially true for vintage saxophones, because a Hiscox case will fit harder-to-fit horns like a transitional Conn with split bell keys and a larger than normal bell. It will also fit a 10M or similar horn with opposite side bell keys. These are the strongest case on the market, as well as the best insulated against temperature changes, and also the lightest for travel or shipping.

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    Hiscox Artist Black Tenor Saxophone Case LA-WTS-B

    $ 489

    Hiscox cases are no longer sold in the USA due to materials shortages. They were unable to deliver cases to their distributor and were dropped for that reason.

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    Hiscox Artist Ivory Tenor Saxophone Case LA-WTS-I

    Hiscox makes the best overall saxophone case on the market today for most horns. This is especially true for vintage saxophones, because a Hiscox case will fit harder-to-fit horns like a transitional Conn with split bell keys and a larger than normal bell. It will also fit a 10M or similar horn with opposite side bell keys. These are the strongest case on the market, as well as the best insulated against temperature changes, and also the lightest for travel or shipping.

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    JJ Babbitt Elkhart Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece D75

    This is a cool Babbitt Elkhart mouthpiece. Babbit mouthpieces are not very well documented on the internet, so I’m rounding up several to see how they play. In general, I have been very pleased. (Old Geo M Bundy pieces also seem to be pretty consistent winners.) This piece is solid for all-around ensemble tenor work. It blends well but also has a pleasant voice of its own that is not stuffy like the ubiquitous Selmer C* is on tenor (blech).

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    Jody Jazz DV 8* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece Very Good Condition MPC924

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    Jody Jazz HR* 6 Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC424PW

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    Keilwerth SX-90R Tenor 110xxx Black Nickel

    I seldom get to sell a Keilwerth saxophone. This may be because most Keilwerth owners have no intention of selling their horns! I know that I have no plans to sell my personal Keilwerth. This is a beautiful example of Keilwerth’s top pro tenor – the SX-90R, which has rolled tone holes and black nickel finish. The black nickel is a gorgeous saxophone finish. It’s classy and eye-turning, and it holds up better than lacquer too.

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    King Soprano Saxophone Original Silver Plate 81960 Great Deal!

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    King Super 20 Alto 477xxx Excellent Original Condition Brass Neck Eastlake Great Deal!

    Do you want to play a King Super 20, without having to pay for a King Super 20? Here’s your chance! This is a clean, original lacquer King Super 20 alto from not far into the Eastlake period, where the horns are still high quality and well made, and play great. I am pricing it low so that someone gets a deal and can get it repadded and still come out ahead on it. This beautiful Super 20 alto is original condition – nobody has messed with it, there are no resolders, no dents, and it still has the original factory pads. The case is even nice, and you get the original mouthpiece and paperwork too! Just get it overhauled, and it will be a screamer.

    Only one available!

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    King Super 20 Alto Saxophone 333537

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    King Super 20 Alto Saxophone 339676

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    King Zephyr Special Tenor Saxophone

    The Zephyr Special is a great vintage pro tenor make by the King company. This horn has a solid silver neck and the desirable extra pearls on the side keys and G#. It has been relacquered, and it looks like a recent job to me, based on the light color of the epoxy lacquer. The engraving is still sharp, even on the fine lines on the engraved bell keys, and there is no evidence of heavy buffing, so the job was done well.

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    King Zephyr Special Tenor Saxophone 209xxx

    This beautiful Zephyr Special was made in 1937, which is the first year that these horns were made, and it is a beautiful example as well! It’s rare to find any saxophone that looks this good after 75 years, and finding such a rare and desirable one is really special. This horn has no dents or dings, and looks gorgeous with full pearls on palm and side keys and G#. Most people would sell this horn as original lacquer, because it looks really really good, and the engraving could hardly look any better.

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    Lawton 7 Star BB Alto Mouthpiece MPC232

    This is a vintage gold-plated Geoff Lawton alto mouthpiece that is perfect for smooth jazz alto or Rock&Roll / R&B alto where you want that brassy, screaming alto tone. The cool features of a Lawton are the large bullet chamber (so it tunes well on a range of altos, and maintains some warmth) and the carefully done high slant baffle to give you the cut and projection you want. The ligature workmanship is also satisfying. You can slide the lig around on rails and tighten it just how you want.

  • Low C Bass Clarinet Entry Level Great Quality for the Money – NEW!

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    NOVA Woodwinds Low C Bass Clarinet Outstanding Player Unbeatable Value NEW! 2nd Gen

    People have been asking me to find a good quality entry-level Bass Clarinet for school band programs, doublers, and basically anyone who wants to play bass clarinet but not spend $12k+ for a Buffet or Selmer. That’s what this is. These are sold under a few other names online, and they get great reviews. See also here. My band director friends who use these in their programs say they’re unbeatable for the price. This should be the best price available.

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    MacSax Classic Dark Lacquer Tenor Saxophone

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    Martin The Martin Alto Committee III Saxophone Original Lacquer Overhauled

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    MC Gregory 4A18 Tenor Mouthpiece MPC299

    This is a MC Gregory 4A18 tenor saxophone mouthpiece. It has a slight rollover baffle, straight side walls, and  oval chamber. The tip opening measures at 0.075.

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    Meyer NYUSA 4L Alto Mouthpiece G34

    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.

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    NOVA Woodwinds Bronze Low A Baritone Saxophone Brand New Great Deal

    Introducing the new NOVA Woodwinds line of instruments. The NOVA Woodwinds line meets a need in the marketplace for a lower-priced Low A Baritone saxophone that is still good quality. People have been asking me for years if I can recommend anything in the sub-$3500 price range for a low A baritone. I have had to scrounge for deals on used Yamaha or Yanagisawa baritones, but if the used baritones need a repad or other repairs, then you’re immediately back in the $4k price range, so it really is hard to get anything decent, let alone new under $2500. That’s where the NOVA baritone shines. For only $2450, you get a NOVA baritone (NOVA means ‘new’ in Latin) that is brand new and plays quite well, and that holds up well over time by all accounts.

    If you are shopping for a baritone saxophone, whether for a school band program, for doubling and taking extra gigs on bari, or just for playing some sick funk lines with your Tower of Power cover band, this horn is worth a look. I have friends who have used this bari in their band programs for years, and it holds up to punishment by middle and high school students quite well. That’s saying a lot!

    Much of the reason it holds up well is that I am spending $400-500 per horn on an extensive amount of setup work. It’s almost an overhaul, because it’s fully disassembled, cleaned, oiled, gets all new corks, which is time-consuming, gets rods straightened, many pads reseated or replaced, the LH pinky table rebuilt, the neck tenon ‘fit’ to the receiver, regulation between keys fixed, and actually several other small things improved. At that point, its a completely different instrument from how it arrives. And it actually plays down to low A well and should continue to do so for a long time with only occasional upkeep needed. As such, it’s a solid school bari, doubler’s bari, or just a fun horn to play around on.

    You could set it up and sell it doing MUCH less work – $50 to get pads sealing and send it out the door, but that would not be the way to build a good reputation for your brand, or to take good care of your customers, over even the short term. I want the NOVA line to stand out as the most reliable baritone saxophone you can get new under $2500. Unfortunately, after I buy the horn, pay for international shipping and spend $450 per horn on repair, there’s very little profit to be made on these. Thankfully, this is not a large part of the overall business here at GetASax.

    Once it’s properly ‘mini-overhauled’, the tone is big, loud, and medium between bright and dark. It tunes well with a variety of mouthpieces. The keywork is pretty comfortable, and works fine for anyone from middle school up through adult. The stacks are actually in line, not offset, meaning the tone holes are all in one long row. That changes the feel of the right hand, as you rotate around farther than you otherwise would on a modern horn. This is NOT a Yanagisawa copy. From neck to bell to keywork, it’s really not similar to a B901. The case is usable, with a hard foam contoured interior, sturdy zipper, decent amount of storage, and wheels that are usable on a smooth surface. The mouthpiece it comes with isn’t great, so see below about cheap but good mouthpieces.

    It comes in this version, which is bronze, and then in the brass version also. The bronze is a slightly darker tone, and gives you the two tone look, where the all brass like this just looks like a typical new saxophone. You won’t go wrong with either one. Both of them include the pictured hard case which has wheels, as well as the other accessories in the photos. I would recommend a Rico Metallite for funk/rock, a Yamaha 5C or Rousseau for an inexpensive beginner baritone mouthpiece for concert band, or there are lots of other options getting listed in the baritone mouthpieces section of the site. 

    These low A baritone saxophones tend to sell quickly, so please let me know if you are wanting to order more than one, so that I can be sure to order them far enough in advance to fill your order quickly.

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    Otto Link 4 Star Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece F31

    This is a Otto Link 4 Star mouthpiece for tenor saxophone. It has a .097 tip opening, a slight rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber. It has been refaced, but it’s hard to read the refacer’s signature. It plays well and measures well, so the job was done right.

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    Otto Link 6* Tone Edge Baritone Saxophone Mouthpiece C43

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    Otto Link Florida/Early Babbitt Super Tone Master Tenor 7* MPC203

    If you want a nice bright, vintage Link, this is it! This is an original box Florida/ Early Babbitt Otto Link Super Tone Master tenor mouthpiece. This piece was made in Florida and finished in Elkhart. It is the version that had denim machine marks on the table and a large font facing stamp by the table, and a wider tip profile than earlier versions. This was originally a 5* and has been opened to a 7*, and measures .105″.

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    Otto Link MasterLink Four Star Model Tenor 4* tip MPC231

    This is a beautiful vintage Otto Link tenor mouthpiece. The model is “Four ****” not to be confused with the tip opening, which is also a 4*, measuring .078″. This piece is in very good original condition, and the tip, rails, table etc all look great. The bite plate shows only minor tooth wear. This piece has a dark, wide tone with a large chamber and no baffle. It also includes what look like the original ligature and cap, which is great!

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    Otto Link Reso Chamber Tenor Mouthpiece 5* Excellent! MPC246

    This is probably the nicest Reso tenor piece I have had for sale. It’s an original 5* facing measuring .065″ so smaller than a modern 5. It has a beautiful original facing that is a good example to show someone of what original Link facing looked like. Smooth, cloudy looking rails fading into curved striations in the middle of the table, and staying soft and cloudy looking to the end of the table. Perfection! This piece includes the original and desirable T-stamped Otto Link ligature in similarly great shape.

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    Otto Link STM USA 5* Baritone Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC417

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    Otto Link Tone Edge Slant Baritone Saxophone Mouthpiece 7 New Old Stock! MPC1063

    Insane new old stock Link Tone Edge Slant! You never see these.

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    Otto Link Tone Master Baritone Mouthpiece

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    P Mauriat 67RUL Alto 508xxx Very Good Condition!

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    Powell Silver Eagle SE10 Alto One of 18 Made – all options solid silver +Matt Stohrer Overhau

    For your viewing pleasure, this is one of the 18 Powell Silver Eagle saxophones made. Powell conceived of an ambitious project to bring back an American-made saxophone of the highest quality. Inspired by the Super 20 SilverSonic, the Silver Eagle reproduces the bore while adding solid silver soldered tone holes and modern keywork. Powell sadly ended their project after making only 18 saxophones, despite high demand, due to the high cost of production. This horn plays like a good super 20 but a little more evenly, and has been completely overhauled by Matt Stohrer. This is the ultimate collectible among modern saxophones, and it is also a burning player. Asking price is just what these cost new, plus a little extra since it got a $1500 overhaul on top of that! It’s not even inflated for the collectibility value, which is probably not smart of me, but there it is. If you want to discuss all the details of this project, I can put you in touch with the people who built it. These were most definitely a new saxophone bore and neck design, inspired by the best King Super 20 SilverSonic altos, both according to them and according to the folks who bought the tooling and mandrels when the project ended. The keywork is modified from tooling bought from B&S, which accounts for the pinky table that sticks out farther than it would on something like a Yamaha.

    There is most certainly only one available. This one has all the possible factory options, which only a subset of Powell Silver Eagles had – including the solid silver tone holes and even cryo treatment. Of the 18 saxophones built, I know at least a couple of them were brass bell, and some others lacked other of these features. This is one of the ones with everything, which makes it even more collectible. Includes the original accessories, case, and paperwork.

    Just for fun, here’s Matt Stohrer’s repairman’s overview from when he overhauled it.

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    Rare Conn Curved Soprano Experimental Key of A 14xxx

    Rare Conn curved soprano probably a prototype.

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    Rex B4 Vintage Large Chamber Baritone .110 EG Reface MPC657

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    RPC 110B Baritone Mouthpiece MPC349

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    Selmer AS-500 Student Alto

    The Selmer AS-500 is one of the most popular and most widely recommended student saxophones today. Many band directors insist that students get either this or the Yamaha intro model. And if you can find one used like this, in great condition, then you are doing even better, saving a boatload of cash and getting the exact same horn for way cheaper. Saxophones do not wear out over time like cars or shoes. So used is as good as new, if the horn is not damaged.

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    Selmer Balanced Action Tenor Saxophone from 1939 Original Lacquer American Engraved 27589

    This horn had some past repairs done as you can see: bell flare has a couple of dents that were removed, and the neck was pulled down. Some small dents were removed from the back of the body tube, and some lacquer is missing from where the bell/bow ring was soldered. The horn is now straight and feels new under the fingers. The bell flare is nice, the neck is correct, and the dents are removed from the back of the body. Even the lacquer burn on the bell ring is mostly gone and the brass aged to match the lacquer color.

    The overhaul on this horn is top notch. You’re not going to find a better setup on a Balanced Action or Super Balanced Action tenor. It is light but snappy and ‘dry’ under the fingers. Response is instant. The horn resonates like crazy under the fingers. The tone is rich and velvety, medium dark, but with a brighter edge when pushed. Resonators are the nice hand-machined TenorMadness slightly domed brass reusable ones, that are incidentally also  authentic for vintage Selmer.

    I’m including a BAM Cabine tenor case with this to keep it safe in shipping and gigging. This is one of those horns you DON’T ever sell, and that you don’t want to put down. It’s the sort of saxophone you don’t let your saxophone-playing friends play, in order to protect them from a lifetime of envy. Not kidding.

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    Selmer Elkhart Dukoff Supersonic 8 Tenor BP E34

    This is a Dukoff Supersonic/ Zimberoff House of Note mouthpiece blank that Bobby Dukoff made for Selmer. That is why it is stamped Selmer Elkhart NY. You see this same blank with several other names stamped on it as well. The Dukoff/Zimberoff version has more hand finishing in the baffle than the Selme Elkhart version, so I sent this to Brian Powell to have that work done, and to be opened up to a .110 or 8 tip. It now plays great, with a fairly open, dark, complex tone that is on the punchier side (for a vintage hard rubber piece) and has a nice buzz to it. These are among my favorite vintage mouthpieces. Here’s a chance to get one that plays its best at a price that competes with current production mouthpieces, than-which it is far superior in materials, tone, and finish work. This piece has a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber.

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    Selmer Elkhart NY Dukoff Supersonic Tenor BP .100 C98

    This is a Dukoff Supersonic/ Zimberoff House of Note mouthpiece blank that Bobby Dukoff made for Selmer. That is why it is stamped Selmer Elkhart NY. You see this same blank with several other names stamped on it as well. The Dukoff/Zimberoff version has more hand finishing in the baffle than the Selmer Elkhart version, so I sent this to Brian Powell to have that work done, and to be opened up to a .100 or 7 tip. It now plays great, with a fairly open sound that is on the punchier side (for a vintage hard rubber piece) and has a nice buzz to it. This piece has a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber.

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    Selmer Goldentone 3 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D97

    This is a Selmer Goldentone 3 for alto. It has a .066 tip opening, a slight rollover baffle, straight side walls, and a medium sized oval chamer. Other than the wear on the bite plate this piece is in excellent condition.

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    Selmer Larry Teal Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece LT D64

    This is a Selmer Tenor LT. These mouthpieces were requested by Larry Teal after the soloist mouthpieces had been out for a while. It has a round chamber instead of the square one. It has a .068 tip opening, no baffle, and straight side walls. There is a bit of wear on the bite plate but other than that it is in great shape.

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    Selmer Mark VI Alto 1974 Original Lacquer Fresh Overhaul 220833

    $ 3,200

    This is a GREAT playing Mark VI alto that really does everything well. It just got a fresh top shelf overhaul, and it is now playing like a brand new saxophone. The pads are Italian leather Pisoni, and the resonators are nice Selmer style slightly domed reusable brass. It feels dry and snappy under the fingers and the low register up to altissimo is effortless! The later serial VI altos are probably the best deal on a Selmer, because they sell for lower prices than the early VI altos, but they have better intonation and easier low register than any other VI altos. They also have a beautiful tone that is medium between bright and dark, works with almost any mouthpiece, and can play anything from classical to rock. This one is original lacquer, with American engraving. The original lacquer is almost all intact, with just some normal wear from use. It’s a one owner horn before I got it and overhauled it for you!

    It makes you want to just keep playing. You won’t want to put it down. Plus it will go up in value while you enjoy it. That’s hard to beat.

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    Selmer Mark VI Tenor 152xxx

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    Selmer Mark VI Tenor 56246

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    Selmer Mark VI Tenor Saxophone 132735

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    Selmer Mark VI Tenor Saxophone 85644

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    Selmer Mark VI Tenor Saxophone 86xxx Original Lacquer Overhaul

    I have owned the same Mark VI 80k tenor for the last 6 years, and it helps me to resist the tendency to see every horn that comes in as a potential keeper. But every now and then, a horn comes along that makes me want to keep it anyway, and this is one of those. It is an extremely clean 86k tenor with Matt Stohrer’s overhaul just done. The horn had only a small dent on the back of the bow that was removed very well, and no other damage or past repairs at all. It was a one owner horn and came with original pads.

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    Selmer S80 C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D70

    This is a Selmer S80 C* for alto saxophone. These mouthpieces are often recommended by high school band directors. This piece has a .069 tip opening, no baffle, straight side walls, and a square chamber. There is some wear on the bite plate and some scratches from a ligature.

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    Selmer S80 C* Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece D76 The Worst

    Here is a Selmer C* S80 tenor piece. This piece has a smallish tip opening and a square chamber, giving it a narrow dynamic range and a stuffy, nasal tone. Some band directors require these mouthpieces, as do many saxophone teachers, so I always have tons of them around here. But if I had my way, they would all be incinerated or melted down. I mean this specifically about the tenor pieces – the altos and sopranos are nice for beginner players. If you are required to buy this piece by some ill-informed authority figure, then please do the following two things. First, buy a used one, rather than paying the ridiculously high new price that Selmer charges, and second, let me know, and I will help you to find another piece that will actually give your otherwise-nice-sounding tenor the kind of tone that it deserves to have.

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    Selmer S80 D Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D84

    This is a S80 D for alto saxophone. It has a .071 tip opening, straight side walls, a slight rollover baffle, and a square chamber. This piece would make for a very open sounding classical piece.

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    Selmer S80 E Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC508

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    Selmer SBA Tenor Relac American-Engraved 42xxx Good Player

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    Selmer Scroll C Metal Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece C16

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    Selmer Series II Alto 655634 Excellent Condition Original Lacquer Fresh Overhaul!

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    Selmer Series III Alto Saxophone 601432

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    Selmer Short Shank 8* Refaced Tenor Mouthpiece MPC339

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    Selmer Soloist Alto .082″ Kenny Garrett-style Ted Klum MPC254

    Ted Klum does some of the best mouthpiece facing work that I have seen ever. This is a beautifully done Selmer Soloist-style piece that Ted opened to .082, or around a modern 7 tip. This is equivalent to around an E or F stamped Soloist tip opening. People get these pieces opened up when they are going for the Kenny Garrett style of alto tone.

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    Selmer Soloist C Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC381

    Complete your set with a 5-digit Selmer Mark VI tenor original mouthpiece. This Soloist Short Shank C has original facing, tip opening of 0.068″. There are two small dings in the tip but not into the tip rail. 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 C* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC438

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    Selmer Soloist C** Soprano Mouthpiece MPC328

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    Selmer Soloist D Alto Mouthpiece .076″ MPC186

    This is a beautiful example of a vintage 60’s Selmer Soloist D alto mouthpiece. It looks nearly new, with only a little tooth scratching. It is original facing and measures .076″. This also includes the original ligature and cap. This completes your set with a 1960’s or later Selmer Mark VI alto, and it also works great for a wide range of alto playing.

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    Selmer Soloist Long Shank Tenor 8 BP 110 C19