Guardala ‘DG Studio’ Tenor – 0.115″ (Archived)

Dave Guardala DG Studio Tenor Mouthpiece

Price: SOLD


  • Make:  Dave Guardala
  • Model:  Studio
  • Number: N/A
  • Era: 1979 +/-
  • Status: SOLD
  • Ligature: No
  • Facing:  Original
  • Tip-Size:  0.115"

(On Consignment)

Yep. The Bomb right here. The handmade greatness.  The sound is awesome; made to mimic King Curtis--Sarge's favorite--there is a high baffle and cutout. The Brecker handmade model screams! Very bright with strong power and depth, super free blowing.

It may be worth having us inspect the mouthpiece and seal to your liking, as well as look around the shop for a fitting ligature if you need it. Just ask.

Original Guardala memo:

"STUDIO: This is the third brightest of the tenor models. It has tremendous volume with unexcelled resonance and a full and balance frequency response. This model incorporates a high baffle with a medium bore. the sound of this model is clearly demonstrated by Michael Brecker in the period 1979-1982 [brecker brothers band]. The studio can be used for all types of music a 'Studio Man' would encounter from Fusion to Swing, hence the name. This is our middle of the road mouthpiece."

Item: ConsignRG00.00.07201.8-0