SOLD - Large chamber mouthpiece from the 1920s/30s. These are in high demand for vintage baritones to help even out the intonation issues.
$TBD - Investment piece? - Rare, discontinued Rhodium-plated option (Rhodium market up 400%). [Inspired by Dexter Gordon, the Gaia features a medium roll-over Shark Gill™ baffle, precision-sculpted inner sidewalls, and the True-Large-Chamber, which is similar to the vintage mouthpieces of the 1940s, but more evolved in design].
$575.00 - (Demo Price) - The newest Model 4 from Theo Wanne Mouthpieces. If you love Berg Larsen tone, this might be a modern twist. A bold, fat, booming-control of a mouthpiece; it is more versatile than it seems with a warmth (from rubber) and power.
SOLD - One of the best Buescher True Tones I've ever played & favorite horns in the shop right now! - It's burnished GOLD plating, with great pads, and a nice case. What else can I say?
$575.00 - (Demo Price) - The newest Model 4 from Theo Wanne Mouthpieces. "The DURGA 4 alto has a big, rich and contemporary sound, but due to its unique chamber it also plays amazing ballads."
$275.00 - Bright & Fiery - You can hold it back and then [BAM]; you'll hit the turbo button for the brilliance to blast over the top of the sound volume. Your bandmates will know when you make that choice.
$675.00 - The darkest mouthpiece with a low baffle design to blend the best of Vintage and Modern tones. "Built to outplay Theo's very best Vintage New York Tone Master and Master Link Otto Link"
SOLD - I agree: "No other mouthpiece in history has been designed like this before; it will blow you away. It can both scream and play a soft ballad and is so much fun to play. Its huge sound makes everything before it sound thin and/or stuffy in comparison."