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‘Meyer Bros.’ New York Model Alto Mouthpiece by Ted Klum – the Best!$ 599
Exclusive to GetASax.com, this is a “GetASax Special” (GS Special) facing and baffle that Ted Klum and I collaborated to produce. This mouthpiece is the product of taking Ted’s amazing “New York Model” (based on his favorite NY Meyer Bros ‘fat boy’ alto piece) and making it play just like my favorite NY Meyer Bros alto piece in my collection of Meyer Bros mouthpieces.
BAM Cabine Tenor Sax Case$ 391
This is one of the best tenor cases made today. It’s a 10/10 in terms of protection, padding, latches, reliability, and weight. It’s built to minimize size, so you can carry it into an airplane cabin. Highly Recommended. Fits most horns.
BAM France Panther Cabine Alto Saxophone Case$ 389
BAM Hightech Baritone Sax Case$ 998
This is an expensive baritone case that is worth every penny. It is the gold standard for pretty much all serious baritone players I know. If it prevents damage to your instrument even once (and believe me, it will), it has already paid for itself.
Special Order a BAM Case! Lots of options available.$ 555
Let’s find you the perfect case for you! Prices and availability vary.
Ted Klum NY Model No Band$ 500
The first 10 Ted Klum “New York Model Alto Mouthpieces” are now available for sale! These hand finished beauties are the newest addition to our line of alto pieces and are created from CAD design that was based on Ted’s personal vintage “Fat Boy” Meyer Bros. from the 1950’s. Ted’s design is not simply a copy but another proprietary design that stands shoulder to shoulder to with the best vintage designs. Suffice it to say the first few prototypes have greatly exceeded our expectations and have been described as tonally rich, balanced and flexible with plenty of power and projection.
Ted Klum Tonamax Tenor Mouthpiece Like FL Otto Link Tone Edge$ 600
Ted Klum’s Tonamax is as close as you can get to a vintage Florida Otto Link “Slant” Tone Edge. It plays big, full, medium-dark with a punchy edge, just like a good Link slant. I think it’s a bit more like the earlier ‘No USA’ slant than like the later brighter USA version. Ted’s new ‘Florida Model’ is more like the later Florida Tone Edge or ‘Early Babbitt’ tenor pieces. This Tonamax is like the earlier Slant. I can get you one in any tip opening, in black ebonite, or sometimes in beautiful marbled ebonite.
Yamaha YSS-82ZRS Soprano Saxophone One Piece Bent Neck Silver Plate!$ 4,751
The Yamaha YSS-62R and 62RS are the most desirable vintage sopranos pretty much. Yamaha made an upgraded reissue of this soprano, with improved keywork but the same bore. It’s simply the best.