Phil-Tone Novella Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece Review

Today I am reviewing another great alto saxophone mouthpiece made by Phil Engleman at Phil-Tone mouthpieces.  I have reviewed quite a few Phil-Tone sax mouthpieces on the site already and am always interested when Phil announces a new mouthpiece model.  A couple of months ago he announced that he had a new mouthpiece model called the Novella Read More…

Vintage Selmer Soloist Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece

Ever since the 1980’s I have been a big fan of Kenny Garrett.  I can’t remember the first time I  heard  him but I remember having a record in the 80’s entitled “Introducing Kenny Garrett” that I loved. (I was an alto sax player back then)  Soon after this, I remember also hearing Mr. Garrett Read More…

Theo Wanne Refaced Selmer Soloist Tenor Mouthpiece

Here’s another clip of a great Selmer Soloist that Mark Sepinuck let me  try.  For those of you who don’t know Mark he is one of the premier dealers of high end mouthpieces.  If you look on ebay he goes by “10mfan”.  I met Mark years ago when he used to live up near Boston.  Read More…

Selmer Long Shank Soloist Tenor Mouthpiece

This is a Vintage Selmer Long Shank Soloist Tenor Mouthpiece that was originally a C*.  This mouthpiece has been refaced to a .105 tip opening by Brian Powell.  I have been wanting to try one of these ever since I tried a Selmer short shank soloist about a year ago.  I loved the short shank Read More…

“Vintage” Selmer Soloist D Tenor Mouthpiece

I’ve always loved Rich Perry’s sound on tenor and always wanted to try a “Vintage” Selmer Soloist.  I had this Selmer soloist refaced to a .105 by Brian Powell.  It plays great.  It’s very different than a link type mouthpiece.  It’s hard to explain, it has more of a focus and core to the sound.  Read More…

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