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 […]
First off….the formatting on the text here is terrible. I apologize. Don’t have the time to fix it. I get a fair number of inquiries from bari sax and tenor sax players with bad backs and bad necks looking for a stand they can use while playing. There are some tall tenor sax floor stands […]
…here at the Shop for you to try…. Link, Berg, Vandoren, Mpc. Cafe, Brilhart, Dukoff, Selmer and more.
This vintage mouthpiece is marked 100-2-M. I measure the tip open to be 0.100″. I measure the facing length to be 25mm. That 25mm seems none too long for a Berg bari marked “M”. It shows signs of handcrafting. The facing numbers look they were each stamped on individually. Have you ever wondered why the […]
Photos of a battered bow of a Silverplated Conn 12M Bari Sax – 340xxx serial number. No rolled toneholes. Forked Eb tonehole. Photos of a battered bow of a Silverplated Conn 12M Bari Sax – 340xxx serial number. No rolled toneholes. Forked Eb tonehole.
I’ve got the 2.5 and 3.5 in stock as of today. The 3.0’s are already sold out. As you can see in the last photo, they come with a “Vitalizer” humidity control packet.