Theo Wanne Metal Kali Tenor Mouthpiece

I received this piece in another trial by Theo Wanne.  This mouthpiece is  Theo’s Kali  tenor mouthpiece which is a high baffle , large chambered piece.  I really liked this mouthpiece.  It has a bright sound but the large chamber gives it a much fatter sound than other high baffle tenor mouthpieces I have played like Guardalas, Dukoffs and Sugals.  It seems like it has plenty of power although that is hard to judge until you take it on a live gig.  On the clip I tried to play some R&B type licks but then ended with some softer ballad type playing to see what it sounds like when you back off a bit. Let me know what you think.  Again, great job Theo Wanne!
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Theo Wanne Metal Kali Tenor Mouthpiece

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Steve Neff has been playing and teaching saxophone and jazz improvisation around the New England area for the last 30 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 Larry Weintraub says

    Hi:

    This mpc sounds really good to but a bit brighter than the Links. You play down low some but not enough subtone for a fair comparision. The bit of subtone I heard sounded nice but the subtone on the Link with the Java 2.5 was fatter and fuller. Again it’s a coin toss what do you really want?

    Larry W

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