I thought it was cool that the semi-ravaged Buffet clarinet had a Goldentone reed and mouthpiece.
Oh no! This Mouthpiece Cafe Primo Tenor mouthpiece got dropped!
ROUSSEAU MOUTHPIECE TIP OPENINGS ROUSSEAU CLASSIC SOPRANO 3R – 1.35mm .053 inches 4R – 1.42mm .056 inches 5R – 1.50mm .059 inches ALTO 3R – 1.57mm .062 inches 42 – 1.68mm .066 inches 5R – 2.03mm .080 inches TENOR 3R – 1.93mm .075 inches 4R – 2.03mm .080 inches 5R – 2.18mm .086 inches […]
Using a automotive brake cylinder hone to enlarge the shank bore of a metal tenor sax mouthpiece:
Just got it in for sale.
My supplier has informed me that Selmer has discontinued production of the M401 Soprano Sax Classic mouthpiece in the “D” facing. I am trying to find out if the other facings are still in production.
I excerpt this from an interesting e-mail I got today: “You need a white or brown Brilhardt,[sic] which has next to no middle or high frequencies. A Runyon could probably be played the same. Use super-soft reeds and an embouchure like an aardvark.”
Interesting website that I had not seen before: http://chedevillemp.com/rbuy/ History: http://chedevillemp.com/rbuy/history Hard Rubber formulation: http://chedevillemp.com/rbuy/history-rubber/ and other stuff.