SOLD - Plays excellent - huge 1940s tip - It measures near a modern "6*" at 0.094" and due to the table marking and the tip material, I can't see how this wasn't original.
SOLD - One of the most loved hard rubber mouthpieces in an ultra-rare Tip size "E"! The soloists are very versatile and can cross many genres and the larger tip on this one will add some punch to the sound (that is something that most people complain about with a "C*" or "D" tip.
SOLD - WWS Refaced - In bare brass finish, this mouthpiece plays big and warm. These have a huge chamber, low baffle and a very reserved, warm tone.
SOLD - Looking for a budget mouthpiece? This might be the one (Good repairs, longer life). Plays pretty nice! Great Necks are so cool. They really have an 'it factor' compared to a few mouthpieces. They have a slightly different core tone and response. These are from the 1940s! It has the large font and serial # 55,969.
SOLD - Used metal Otto link Soprano mouthpiece. Original everything - lig, cap, facing. Adult owned with minor wear. no teeth marks and 24k gold factory plating. It's a multi-genre mouthpiece that can do pop, rock, jazz... etc. New Retail is now $185.00 so come quick!
SOLD - Very rare, highly desirable "Soloist E". Made of excellent hard rubber, these mouthpieces have the horseshoe chamber and offer a clean, warm, vintage tone that can do many genres - that's probably helped the demand go up.
SOLD - 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.
SOLD - Large Chamber - Recommended for vintage sopranos! Rubber, arrived with an original tip that was too closed to enjoy. LARGE CHAMBER, and a slight rollover baffle from the reface. The look of the mouthpiece reminds me of some older Buescher 'pickles' with the ring-lip at the shank; but I am not certain on that. The photos are prior to the finished reface and you are free to help guide to with how much baffle you'd like left in there.