Martin “Committee I” Alto Sax – s/n 125xxx – 1937-38
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 […]
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 […]
1930’s Martin Imperial Alto Sax neck. Most modern necks have a tenon with a larger Outside Diameter (O.D.)
Otto Link “Tone Master” NYC Alto Sax Mouthpiece – 1940’s
All right, it is probably a Semi-Rationnel, aka Model 120, but let’s just call it a Rationale. LeBlanc Rationale Tenor Sax Lovely horn, very few of them around, especially in this condition.
Do you prefer the regular Soloist reeds or the Soloist Blue reeds? Or perhaps you are a Vibrator player.
I happen to have a couple of exceptionally nice Bundy Altos in stock. The older one has a 5-digit serial number of 28465 which may put it prior to WWI. The new one has a serial number of 408714 which might put it right after the Selmer buyout of Buescher at 1963. They are very […]
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 […]
I recently acquired an older Wolfe Tayne 9 metal tenor mouthpiece. The history of the mouthpiece leads me to believe that it is at least 30 years old and quite likely older. I have in stock a modern Wolfe Tayne 8* metal tenor mpc. that I recently got from Babbitt. It was assumedly made in […]