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  • G by Meyer 5 Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D62

    $ 70

    This is a Meyer 18M for alto saxophone. These mouthpieces have an overall warmer sound than the standard hard rubber Meyers. This piece has a .071 tip opening, a slight rollover baffle, straight side walls, and a medium sized round chamber. There is some wear on the bite plate, but this piece is in great condition.


  • Meyer 5M Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece D91

    $ 150

    This is a Meyer Alto 5M. It has a .075 tip opening, a rollover baffle, straight side walls, and a small round chamber. Other than a few scratches this piece is in excellent condition.


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    Meyer 5M Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece F52

    $ 239

    Nice older Meyer 5. Beats the great majority of modern Meyers, and is made of better hard rubber too. This is a great all around alto mouthpiece.


  • Meyer 5M Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece F54

    $ 189

  • Meyer 5M Medium Chamber USA Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece E07

    $ 99

    This is a Meyer 5M for alto saxophone. This is a great all around mouthpiece. It has a .072 tip opening, rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a medium round chamber. This piece is also in excellent condition.


  • Meyer 6M Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece E18

    $ 199

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    Meyer Bros NY 3M Clarinet Mouthpiece C64

    $ 199

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    Meyer New York Alto Metal 5 Tru-Flex Rare MPC217

    This is one of the rarest pieces on the site right now. It’s an original 5 metal Meyer Bros Tru-Flex alto mouthpiece. It measures .075″ and has a large chamber and low baffle. There are some light surface scratches in the baffle area, where there was some gunk that needed to be cleaned out. And there’s a small amount of wear on the bite plate, but not much. Most of the original gold plating is intact, and the original slide on ligature is included and works well. This piece plays surprisingly well!


  • Meyer New York USA 7L hard rubber soprano saxophone mouthpiece

    $ 899

    Meyer New York USA 7L hard rubber soprano saxophone mouthpiece. This is a rare vintage piece, and particularly in the large (L) chamber. The facing measures .063, equivalent to a modern Otto Link 6*. This piece was very gently polished by Brian Powell to remove some oxidation but was not refaced. The facing is basically original, just less brown-colored (because of how the old hard rubber oxidizes over time). This mouthpiece features excellent hard rubber, a small rollover baffle, slightly concave sidewalls, and a large chamber. Super rare and very cool!


  • Meyer New York USA Tenor 6 NYUSA MPC234

    $ 350

    This is an original facing Meyer NYUSA tenor mouthpiece measuring .084″. You hear more about Otto Link for tenor, but these New York Meyers are also fabulous pieces for much less money than the old Links. This piece is cosmetically in almost new condition, aside from the oxidation that you can see. But oxidation only means that the hard rubber is high quality, so that’s actually a good thing. If you are looking for a balanced, middle of the road tenor piece that works well for jazz and is easy to control, this would be an excellent choice. It’s a 6M small chamber, and the small chamber gives it just a little more sizzle than you expect. It’s fun to play!


  • Meyer NYUSA 6M Baritone Saxophone Mouthpiece E78

    $ 750

    This is a Meyer 6M for Bari. It has a .090 tip opening, a low baffle, straight side walls, and a small chamber. This mouthpiece is in excellent condition.


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    Ted Klum Acoustimax Alto Mouthpiece – Like a good Meyer

    $ 265

    This is a mouthpiece that for the price is very hard to beat. It plays like a vintage Meyer Bros with a lot of punch, and is great for jazz, lead alto, or other sorts of playing where you want a warm, full tone that has a reasonable amount of projection. The quality control on these is very good – worlds better than your modern Meyer made by Babbitt. You can just buy one of these and it will play great, as opposed to buying ten modern Meyers and maybe finding one good one.