$999.00 - (LAST ONE) Investment piece? - Rare, DISCONTINUED Rhodium-plated option (2021: Rhodium market up 1,600%!!!). [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].
$155.00 - 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.
SOLD - Unique mouthpiece with a respected tone worldwide. Often picked for projection and tone. Original slide-on ligature and cap.
$69.00 - Baffle and chamber design support a "clean, French, Classical" tone. It's slightly smaller than "medium" as it enters the throat. I see some rollover baffle that may add some presence to the tone.
$99.00 - originally with the True Tone model sax, large chamber, 1920s mouthpiece with large chamber.
$39.00 - A rare, rubber Buffet mouthpiece. Baffle and chamber design support a "clean, French, Classical" tone. It's slightly smaller than "medium" as it enters the throat.
SOLD - A rare 1940s Berg stainless steel, metal Tenor mouthpiece with original brass ligature and cap. Smaller, easy blowing tips size, short facing length.
$299.00 - Large Chamber Tenor Mouthpiece, rich and dark tone. "L" Chamber is almost the darkest option.