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/
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 […]
Three or four months ago I stopped ordering the “Grande” mouthpieces when the lead time grew to 3 months or more. Since I have to pay for them up front, that means my money sits in the Mouthpiece Cafe coffers for 3 months before I see hide or hair of the mouthpiece. I wrote today […]
Rubber, Ebonite, Resin, Plastic….all these terms are general terms without a specific chemical formula. Wikipedia defines EBONITE: “Ebonite is a brand name for very hard rubber first obtained by Charles Goodyear by vulcanizing natural rubber for prolonged periods. For vulcanizing natural rubber he received a patent on June 15, 1844. Besides natural rubber, Ebonite contains about 25–80% sulfur and linseed oil Its name […]
I don’t get in many truly vintage metal Otto Link Alto mouthpieces. The market is just too crazy for me to deal with. Too many players looks for magical mouthpieces. And if I hear the words “Holy Grail” one more time, I might scream. But…all that said, this is a nice one: Otto Link “Tone […]
…here at the Shop for you to try…. Link, Berg, Vandoren, Mpc. Cafe, Brilhart, Dukoff, Selmer and more.
Otto Link “Tone Master” NYC Alto Sax Mouthpiece – 1940’s
Photo of the Selmer Alto Sax mouthpieces I happen to have in stock as of this writing. I include the Mouthpiece Cafe inspired “Espresso” mouthpieces: I have a great selection of other alto mouthpieces, tenor sax mouthpieces, bari sax mouthpieces, soprano sax mouthpieces and clarinet mouthpieces.