“Live” For The Love of You Solo-Lamberson DD7

This is a live clip from a gig I did 5-6 years ago. I play a tenor saxophone solo using the Fred Lamberson DD7 tenor mouthpiece I had back then.  The mouthpiece is made of white acetal with a high long baffle in it that drops down into the chamber after about a half inch or so.  This is Lambersons brightest mouthpiece but I still found it fat sounding.  It can be brighter and wailin’ or you can lay back on it and get a great jazz tone.  The tune is “For the Love of You”.  Since then I have sold this mouthpiece because I found it too bright but as I listen to this clip I really like the tone of it.  This is the same mouthpiece I use on the “Let’s Get it On” video.

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Steve Neff has been playing and teaching saxophone and jazz improvisation around the New England area for the last 25 years. He is the author of many effective jazz improvisation methods as well as founding the popular jazz video lesson site Neffmusic.com.

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  1. Avatar http://Mike says

    Killer sound! Also have to give some props to Fred Lamberson. Acetal+high baffle generally seems to be the most powerful edgy combo, but with your skill and a great designed mouthpiece, it sounds nice and smooth as well.

  2. Nice!!! Love your sound on this one!!

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