Mouthpiece Archive

Mouthpiece Archive

For your viewing pleasure! These are achived items and all have happy homes.

Some Past (Sold) Mouthpieces

It is my goal to maintain a large list of some of the mouthpieces we've seen and worked on for research reasons. I hope that we'll be able to develop this section for the necessary Sound Files that belong with each mouthpiece. Enjoy!

 

Current Mouthpiece Inventory

 

King ‘Saxello’ Soprano, 1920s (RAC reface) – 0.063″ (Archived)

Sold - Hard rubber, --large round chamber mpc. It arrived with tiny factory tip. We had Bob Carpenter reface the tip to: Tip measures 0.063". Don't forget the tighter shank from the original settings. Now has good seal and plays great. Original silver plated King ligature too! Item #:WWS/Sarge's Collection

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Selmer ‘”Soloist C*”‘ Tenor, 1950s Short Scroll Shank, (WWS reface)- 0.076″ (Archived)

SOLD - Hard Rubber mouthpiece, excellent quality hard rubber, horseshoe chamber. It arrived with improper tip size, tip now corrected at 0.070". Good for legit, concert band, or orchestra work, or subtle vintage jazz. I bought this from a friend who loaned it to a student, bless his heart, who…

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Woodwind Co. ‘Chester Hazlett’ Tenor, 1930s/40s (RAC reface)- 0.090″

$325.00 - Another rare mouthpiece listed, it was named after the saxophonist in the Whiteman Orchestra of the 30s and 40s. Terrific material and good classic design...very similar to "The Woodwind Co." models... Large chamber makes for a big vintage sound. But also more suitable for Concert Bands and jazz…

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