$110.00 - Used rubber mouthpiece with a smaller chamber and side walls. Material on the baffle, creating a baffle adding treble and projection. It comes with a Rovner wrap ligature ($20).
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$399.00 - A rare 1940s, stainless steel mouthpiece with original brass ligature and cap. It blows really easy and can be enjoyed by anyone who doesn't want to blow that much air. Listed at the same price as modern, new ones, this can be your investment toy.
$2,599.00 - A rare, Silver "The Martin Tenor" with the "U.S." military stamp on the bell. It has some 'war'-bruises and we will address those along the process of a full rebuild. It will come with a New Protec XL case.
$6,299.00 - Sound File - Original lacquer, A true "player's horn" for a player - A beloved horn, owned by the late musician, Jim Coile, of the Seattle area who played with huge names like: Tom Petty, Sonando, Natalie Cole, Franky Valley, ...etc. If this caliber of player chose this sax, that's usually all I need.
SOLD - Compare at $260-350 for T6 model(0.098") - It plays with a controlled presence & power; it has a focused clarity and will add a fun boost to your volume. "...made with the legendary "Bell Metal" brass, then plated with 24-karat gold."
$135.00 - These versatile mouthpieces can bridge the gap between swing, trad and jazz; comes with WWS's inspection and minor refacing enhancements to the tip included at the same price as a new model without such. It plays with a controlled presence due to the lower tip size and will help progress any young player or player returning to sax. It allows for boosted volume in the Medium chamber without requiring more air.
$699.00 - Inspected and Refaced - The vintage Charles Black era - Bright, crisp, power, brilliance, just: "special". (Compare at $430 New pricing without handcrafted inspection) A bright and modern sounding mouthpiece now measures a #8 after WWS Reface. This will blow the doors down! Combo set: Original Cap, Ligature, & Tube Packaging.
SOLD - A huge, large chamber mouthpiece with a very mellow tone. Less trebles are present in the timbre - try your low end and the walls resonant in a unique way. The label markings are less deep and have a look that causes me to believe this is from the 1940s; near the end of the true tone mouthpiece line and some of the last large chamber mouthpieces.
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