Berg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - M
Berg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - MBerg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 - 1 - M

Berg Larsen Ebonite (HR) Tenor Sax Mouthpiece 105 – 1 – M

$195.00

This is a new-from-the-factory Berg Larsen Ebonite tenor sax mouthpiece.

It is stamped 105 – 1 – M.  The “105” should be the tip opening measurement in inches (0.105″), but in actuality I measure it at 0.112″.  Why the variance?  I do not know.  When I measure an Otto Link or Meyer from Babbitt in Elkhart, it is usually with 1 or 2 thousandth of what it is supposed to be.  In any event…this tip opening is larger than what is stamped on the mouthpiece.

The “1” in 105-1-M indicates a fairly high baffle, adding projection to the sound.  And the “M” indicates a slightly longer facing.  I measure the facing at 26mm.  The longer facing means the curve is spread out over a longer distance, making it more gradual, which aids in playability.  It especially helps playing the low notes at the bottom of the horn.  I have trouble getting the M facing curve mouthpieces.

This mouthpiece comes with the original ligature and cap.

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