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Protocol: A Guide to the Collegiate Audition Process for Trombone Book
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Bari Gold Soprano Saxophone MouthpieceNothing compares to the clarity and intensity of metal, which is why Bari uses 18K gold-plated polished brass for it's projection and power. It's a great mouthpiece for all jazz or pop music.
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I have found this to be a powerful mouthpiece that gives me great projection. I love the the open sound that my Bari Gold gives me. I have tried costlier mouthpieces but always return to my Bari Gold. Great sound and control @ all registers.
I have been playing on the Bari Gold 8 soprano sax mouthpiece (Facing .75, medium small chamber) for about 6 months now. I upgraded from a Bari hard rubber (Facing .62, large chamber) that I purchased in 1988. I have a Yamaha 62 soprano saxophone and use Fibracell Synthetic Reeds. I loved the sound I got from the hard rubber mouthpiece. But since I am starting to play more soprano sax these days, I have been finding myself in needing more power. I?m not playing classical music anymore like I was playing in college. My concern was getting a new mouthpiece and having my sound change from a dark to a too bright and thin sound (Since Yamaha saxophones tend to be brighter than Selmers, and Fibracell Synthetic Saxophone Reeds are a little brighter than cane reeds). One quote from David Liebman I read than also concerned me was "It is easier to make a dark sounding sax brighter, than to make a bright sounding sax darker". I almost purchased the Bari Gold 7 (Facing .70) or even purchasing a Vandoren V16 S8 (Facing .75) hard rubber just to keep my sound from being too bright. I'm so glad I went out on a limb and purchased the Bari Gold 8. I have the power and projection that I wanted. I was also shocked to find out the intonation is easier to handle with the Bari Gold 8 mouthpiece. I can now concentrate on the phrasing and nuances, rather than worrying about my pitch. I was never able to hit altissimo register before the Bari Gold either. Now I can! Even though the altissimo register is not really needed when playing the soprano sax. But, it sure is nice to know I can hit the altissimo register. The only thing I had to get used to is, the width of the Bari Gold mouthpiece is much narrower than the Bari hard rubber mouthpiece I was using. Putting a ?Runyon Teeth and Mouthpiece Saver? on the mouthpiece resolved the vibration of the metal mouthpiece. All in all, I love my Bari Gold soprano mouthpiece and recommend it for anyone to purchase. The reviews I read on the internet are correct. Bari makes GREAT soprano sax mouthpieces!!!
Had one of these for a while. Very Bright - but not too bright. Very Powerful.
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