Can you help me I.D. this KING TENOR MOUTHPIECE?
I’ve moved this from my old website to here because readers have complained it was difficult to read on mobile devices. Woodwind Company – New York Mouthpiece Facings These mouthpieces usually have a letter and a number and possibly an asterisk (*) The number indicates the tip opening. The asterisk indicates a half […]
This is the first one of these that I have gotten in… http://doctorsaxwoodwinds.com/shop/local-only/accessories/mouthpiece/kay-obrien-double-chamber-alto-sax-mouthpiece/
Martin “Committee I” Alto Sax – s/n 125xxx – 1937-38
This is a lovely horn: Selmer SBA Tenor Saxophone – s/n 43xxx (1950)
I recently got these mouthpieces in: Otto Link Early Babbitt STM 7* Alto Sax Mpc. Selmer Soloist Short Shank “F” Soprano Sax Mouthpiece Otto Link Early Babbitt STM 9* Tenor Sax Mpc. Berg Larsen Ebonite Alto Sax Mpc. 130-0-M – Offset M Wolfe Tayne Metal Alto Sax Mpce. #6 Meyer New York Alto Sax Mouthpiece […]
Big news… the building where Doctor Sax Woodwinds is located is slated for demolition and as a result, I moved to Stoughton, WI, 20 miles south of Madison. I am still in the process of setting up my new workshop…this time at my home instead of a stand-alone store. Consequently, I have changed to an “appointment […]
I had lost track of this old webpage of mine: http://www.doctorsax.biz/imperial_contrast.htm
Moving my home. Moving truck coming Thursday morning. Every time I’ve moved, I considered it the last time. But…the older I get, the more likely that is true.