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Beechler Metal BELLITE Tenor Saxophone MouthpieceThe Beechler Bellite Tenor saxophone mouthpieces are cast with the highest quality stainless steel designed to enhance the power of the instrument. The hardness of this metal provides an ultra fast response time to bring out the brilliance of the overtone series. Get all of the wonderful Beechler sound but with the projection and edge of metal. Select from six different facings.
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For me this mouthpiece only works on certain horns. When I first tried it, it was on an un-lacquered Cannonball Big Bell model. It totally ?stunk.? Just yesterday I tried it on a Selmer Super Action 80 Series II, two different Yamahas, a Cannonball shiny black Stone Series, and a Cannonball black ice Stone Series. It sounded much better on these horns. Not as well on the Cannonball black ice. My favorite was the Cannonball shiny black Stone Series which surprises me. It's a pretty bright mouthpiece. Wide dynamic range. I can make it sound smooth and clear or edgy. It's definitely a contemporary sound it wouldn't be as good for more traditional styles like bebop I don't think although I'm going to try it anyway. I liked it. It does squeak a little bit but I just need to keep playing it and get used to it I think. I'm thinking about getting one for alto as well. Find the right horn for it and it sings.
I played a vintage level-aire for 30 years and it was finally showing its age, so I was looking for a replacement. I found that once you are used to the narrow form factor of the level-aire and other similar vintage mouthpieces, it is very difficult to adapt to more conventional shapes. So after trying many well-reviewed mouthpieces and returning them, I finally tried a Bellite 8, and I am completely delighted with the piece. It has the volume and projection to play in big-bands as well as rock bands, but it can also play softly, even in the lower register. Unlike many other mouthpieces, if you "push it" it will just give you more and more. It produces lots of high harmonics when pushed, which some might consider "bright", but to me the tone is perfect and other mouthpieces sound muffled by comparison. It plays much more easily than my old level-aire, and it feels comfortable in my mouth due to the narrow width. I would definitely recommend you give it a try.
This mouthpiece is very nice. It has great projection and control. It is durable and has improved my playing immensely. There are a few small problems. It is reed picky. The standard ligature is way too easy to over tighten (mine broke within a month). There are very few other ligatures that fit it. I am deciding between a Rovner Versa and a custom Drake lig at the moment. Even with these small problems I still give this mouthpiece a 5 star rating and would recommend it to anyone looking for a bright contemporary sound. It has a medium-high baffle and I would recommend a facing of 7 or 8.
After playing for 35 years I found the beechler bellite #5 (.090 tip even though the chart says .085) tenor is the best mouthpiece for me. its bright and has great intonation and its easy to play loud or soft. Im coming from a jumbo java t45 and dukoff d6 and this bellite easily beats either one as far as projection and ease of play.Love it!!
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