Beechler Bore Choices
The Small Bore
The design of this bore enhances the higher frequencies of the instrument. The medium high baffle induces a fast air column which generates a powerful and brilliant sound rich in overtones. The embouchure can be shaped to favor the highs, creating an intense buzzing sound, or shaped to favor the lows, creating a mellow and vibrant sound.The Medium Bore
The design of this bore favors the medium high frequencies of the instrument. The open style baffle induces a medium fast air column which reduces the available power and brilliance giving a subtle flavor to the sound while maintaining an ease of projection. This chamber is suitable for saxophone sections or soloing with a combo.The Large Bore
The design of this bore favors the low to medium high frequencies of the instrument. This style of baffle induces a moderate air speed which lends itself to producing a dark sound suitable for close-miked or classical situations.
Diamond Inlay Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece
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Comments about Beechler Diamond Inlay Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece:
I received this tenor mouthpiece after waiting a month since it was on back-order. I was hoping to use his as a back-up mouthpiece. I also expected that it would at least play: it didn't. The facing from the factory was so poor that it really wouldn't play at all but for some low-quality notes of no value. It looked like the tip and side rails were dragged across sand paper without any polishing or final shaping. The tip rail was very uneven. Don't even bother with this one unless disappointment is your goal. Perhaps there are some good ones out there but I didn't get one. I would normally touch up a facing on a new mouthpiece if it is a "budget" type. Not his time.
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