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.
Otto Link Late Florida / Early Babbitt Alto Tone Edge Hard Rubber 7 MPC235
This is a very fun to play Otto Link alto piece. It’s an original 7 measuring .088″. The denim machine marks on the table go right down the rails as well, so this piece has not been messed with or even played much. It has a tiny nick in the right side rail and a scratch on the table and a few scratches on the body. Just normal stuff that does not affect playability. As far as what “model” this is, I’ll be as clear as possible. I would call this either a Late Florida Link (made and stamped in FL, faced in Elkhart), or an early Early Babbitt!
Otto Link Slant Alto 5 MPC248
This is a beautiful original box Otto Link Slant alto mouthpiece. It’s a beautiful original 5 tip measuring .070.” This has the original box and the desirable original A-stamped ligature. This piece plays well with a nice warm tone that is perfect for jazz or really a wide range of playing styles. And I have rarely seen an example this nice of a slant alto piece.
Otto Link Super Tone Master 5* Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece C13
Here is a like new Otto Link Super Tone Master soprano piece in a 5* tip opening. This piece is very easy to play, and could be a natural choice for someone’s first soprano piece. This piece responds nicely and appears to have a nice, even facing as it should. It’s in virtually new condition and has only been play tested a bit since new.
Otto Link Tone Edge 5* Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece F45
This is a Otto Link Tone Edge 5* for alto saxophone. It has a .067 tip opening, a rollover baffle, curved side walls, and a large round chamber. There is some fading, but overall this piece looks great. It’s a robust, punchy player.
Ted Klum Acoustimax Alto Mouthpiece – (much) Better than a Meyer
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.