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Brilhart Level Aire Tenor Saxophone MouthpieceThe chrome-plated body of the Level Aire Tenor Sax Moutpiece offers the performer the brilliant tone quality need for contemporary music while the adjustable baffles allow for great flexibility in depth of sound
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This mouthpiece gives you the tone you desire, with the 2 removable baffles you have a wide choice in situations. The long baffles give you a loud, punchy, and edgy tone. Without the baffle it gives you an amazing high register and the low register is dark and thick. You can get a buzzy tone if you play softly for ballads and you can get a great swing tone for jazz. The Altisimo is great and punchy. Its almost like having a serious advantage over the other guys because you have 3 mouthpieces in one. The Apperance looks great and is chrome plated giving it a cool look. But this mouthpiece is more for the sound. I guarantee you will be amazed at this mouthpiece.
I got this baby in as a used piece and I am fairly impressed with it. With or without the spoiler, it is very playable. Altissimo is much easier to get out with it versus the Graftonite and Metallite Rico Royal pieces I have. The sound has a bit more edge to it as compared to my M7 Metallite and it suits me fine for a jazz band setup where power and control is needed. The spoilers fit in very nicely and the ligature is of decent quality. Well worth the price and I kind of wished I went with a 7, but the 6 is like a walk in the park as far as effort required. I can peel paint off of walls or serenade a seniorita with it!!
The Brilhart Level Aire is my favorite tenor mouthpiece. With the baffle in it's really bright and brawny but not harsh or 'metallic' sounding - perfect for blues, funk, or a contemporary jazz sound. Without the baffle, it blends in well with a big band sax section or a small jazz group. There's a distinct difference in the sound with/without the baffle. It's like having 2 mouthpieces in one, but either way it's a very responsive mouthpiece and makes my horn incredibly easy to blow from top to bottom, including altissimo. The other thing that really stands out to me is how much control I feel when playing this mouthpiece - much more than other metal pieces I've tried, including Jody Jazz, Guardala (old and newer models), SR, etc. You should try this mouthpiece - you'll probably be pleasantly surprised like I was.
I got 2 mouthpieces from WWBW, one Dukoff D7 and one Brilhart Level Aire 8. At first, I bought this mouthpiece because of the price, and I had the intention to sell it in Brazil. After playing both, Dukoff had a brighter tone (amazing), but Level Aire had a shinning high notes with full tone and a lot of low notes sub tones, not present in Dukoff D7 (also amazing). So, I changed my mind to keep it as an option to Dukoff for softer playing and use Dukoff for rock/fusion style. Both are easy blowing, easy high harmonics and low notes. It?s important to buy a good ligature together, like Rovner (the stock ones scratches the piece). By the way, international shipping with FithyOne worked great for me!
I am a studant in a school jazz band, and i was playing on a classical mouthpiece, and wanted to get an edgy tone that sounded different from the classical mouthpiece. I got this moutpiece and was blown away by the great edgy tone that every high school jazz player wants. It has a clear and different sound than the classical mouthpieces, and if your an amateur player like myself, and want to get a jazzier tone, this is a good mouthpiece to try out. Also, it is soooo easy to hit high notes (highest D and higher) and easy to hit the low notes too. On this mouthpiece you can blast the sound, or back off for a soft tone during balads. this is a great mouthpiece
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