Dukoff

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  • G03

    Dukoff Miami D5 alto saxophone mouthpiece G03

    $ 449

    Dukoff D5 alto saxophone mouthpiece. Original facing measures .072, equivalent to a modern Otto Link 6/ Meyer 5 tip. This mouthpiece features a large baffle. These were made famous by David Sanborn, who gets his signature sound by projecting on. One of these.


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    Brilhart Ebolin 3* alto saxophone mouthpiece F86

    $ 149

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


  • Dukoff Miami D5 Clear Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece F71

    Dukoff Miami D5 Clear Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece F71

    $ 400

    This is a rare and desirable clear Dukoff Miami alto piece. It is the same as the Sanborn-style metal ones, but it is made out of “crystallite” which. I have the metal version of this piece right now as well, and if time allows, I’ll check back with any obvious impressions about differences between the two.


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    Dukoff Miami D6 Large Chamber Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece F41

    $ 325

    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 M7* Baritone Saxophone Mouthpiece E92

    $ 399

    This is a Rare Dukoff Super Power Chamber M7* for Bari. This piece has a .106 tip opening, a medium baffle with a slight rollover, straight side walls, and a medium round chamber.


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    Selmer Elkhart Dukoff Supersonic 8 Tenor BP E34

    $ 375

    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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    Dukoff Supersonic made for Buescher Alto Mouthpiece E22

    $ 300

    This is a Dukoff Supersonic 3 made for Buescher that Brian Powell opened up to a .072. These mouthpieces were made with a very high quality rubber and the blank used for them was also used by Geo. M. Bundy and Selmer Elkhart NY. This piece has a slight rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a medium round chamber. This is a great alto piece for the money.


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    Dukoff Supersonic Penn Los Angeles Tenor E38

    $ 450

    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 Miami D7 Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece E10

    $ 399

    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!


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    Dukoff Supersonic Selmer Elkhart Tenor BP 8 110 D33

    $ 399

    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.


  • C48

    Dukoff Supersonic / Selmer Elkhart Alto C48

    $ 350