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Dukoff D5 (D7) Hollywood Style Brass Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece MPC457GC



Brighter but not too bright, and still fat. That elusive thing you’re looking for on tenor when you need to cut through more, but without becoming shrill. Refaced to a 7 (.097 or so) tip by Brian Powell, this is a very good tenor piece. It is one of the rare brass Dukoff pieces that has a large round chamber and a bit of sizzle to the baffle. Nothing like a Super Power Chamber, not like a Miami. It’s more like a Dukoff Hollywood or Stubby. The Stubby is my favorite all-around tenor mouthpiece, and this is like a stubby but slightly brighter. Great for maintaining a full, fat tone, and good intonation on a vintage tenor, while projecting also. Get this piece! You won’t regret it.

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Weight .25 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 2 × 2 in


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