$175.00 - vintage Brilhart with horizontal machining on the table. Clear, clean and focused jazz tone.
$145.00 - (reface it larger?) Rare Brilhart baritone mouthpiece. These have a clean, focused tone and often have less resistance due to smaller tip sizes.
$645.00 - (Demo Price - From $795 New) - A bold, fat, booming-control of a mouthpiece; it is more versatile than it looks. Counting model 4, the Durga has many big-name players on it: Leo P (Too Many Zoos), James King (Lady Gaga) and Jamie Michael Harris (Michael Jackson).
SOLD - 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.
SOLD - Terrific hard rubber material and LARGE CHAMBER makes for a big, vintage sound. I love these on alto and tenor. This one was bought and customized with reface for a bass sax player.
$2,899.00 - A "warhorse" player with battle wounds. The Martin Baritones are loved for tone - words people use to describe: power, depth, core, punch, bite, bark. They have a special tone.
$3,999/3,150.00 - Golden lacquer finish with silver neck! #470k dates it to about 1971. It is a later serial number, but that only helps save you money in this case. Don't let that scare you away from a baritone that you don't see come for sale often!
$269.00 - A great large chamber mouthpiece made of hard rubber mouthpiece from the golden era. The original tip was refaced by Bob. Notice the lower walls cutout for comfort - cool! Other notes: There is a "France" marking on the side. And Bob expertly filled in a tooth groove. There is a small nick in the shank but its of no concern since the metal band is a great part of this era - it protects!
Baffle: it is more scooped out (lower) than a Conn Eagle. Very low baffle.