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Claude Lakey Hard Rubber Alto Saxophone MouthpieceThe Claude Lakey Rubber Alto Saxophone MouthpieceModel 4*3Easy to control with good projection.Model 53Even, solid, produces a warm sound with an F projection.Model 4*4Darker with more resistance.Model 5*3Has bright f projection.Model 6*3Has a warmly bright ff projection.Model 7*3Has a centered round sound ff projection.
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First, ?the? 7*3 is very easy to blow. Second if you want a decent sound you have to practice with this because it's so easy. I use a Rovner dark ligature with a Tenor sax Rico 3 1/2 reed. I know, ?it?s an? odd combination but for a guy that plays a lot of Bari and Tenor it works well. No need for a mic, you can get dirty and peel the paint off the walls or get a nice sweet sound. Easy to blend for lead or really stand out for small group solo work. I've been playing mine for about 24 yrs and can't find an alto mpc that I like better.
I just bought a 5*3 that I use mostly for jazz combo and solo work. It's amazing. It's bright, but not too bright. Has just the right amount of edge. Pair it with a good reed and ligature and you'll be in heaven. I'm using the 5*3 with Peter Ponzol 2 1/2 and Alexander Superial 2 1/2 reeds on a Rovner Dark Ligature. I couldn't ask for a better sounding, responsive, or more reasonably priced mouthpiece. It's simply the best bang for your buck!!
As a lead player in my high school jazz band, I needed a mouthpiece that can really cut and give me a big, commanding big band sound, but was cheaper than a Beechler or a Meyer. My Claude Lakey 6*3 was perfect for this situation. Not only is it affordable, but from it you can get that bright, edgy sound that's perfect for a lead alto player in any jazz band.
After exhaustive experimentation with all brands , I've determined my 5*3 and 4*4 alto mpc's to be perfect for big band lead alto and small combo gigs . I've played 50+ years and feel confident in making this bold statement . They're truly remakable .
I'm mostly a bari player. Just for fun, I decided to pick my alto up again, and I realized I needed a good mouthpiece. Of the mouthpieces I tried, 7*3 was the best. It cuts through an entire sax section, and sounds good doing it. For any sort of jazz, this is your mouthpiece. Just don't try going into a serious concert band playing this.
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