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Dukoff Metal Alto Saxophone MouthpieceBobby Dukoff metal mouthpieces are famous for their bright and cutting tone while still retaining plenty of depth and guts for an exciting sound. It is a favorite of jazz, rock and commercial players. The shank of the mouthpiece has been elongated to get a better grip on the cork when tuning. The insert for the teeth is slightly contoured for more comfortable playing, and the response is instantaneous and clean.
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I wish this were made of stainless steel, but it's some kind of soft alloy. I dropped it accidentally and it bent way out of shape and scratched/dented the rails. I just ordered a new one and will take better care :)
I am a pro player and can handle the D8 easily, but don't recommend it to intermediate players. The altissimo register is the best I've ever played using the D8. The sound is big and it cuts through the band well. My sax-playing friends are impressed with my sound using the Dukoff.
played a Dukoff D6 for many years. I played it so much and so hard that it had deep indentations in the top. So deep, in fact, I nearly bit through the mouthpiece. It was time for a replacement.
At first, I tried a Yanigasawa 7 (metal). This is now my favorite mouthpiece of all time for a clean, even, rich tone throughout the entire range of the saxophone. BUT, as much as I love the tone of the Yani, I found I had lost my "signature" sound. So, I got myself a Dukoff D7 and fell in love all over again.
With the Dukoff, I can easily screech out split tones in the upper register and I can easily soar into the altissimo range (4 octaves). The Yani plays great altissimo, but not as high and wild as the Dukoff. The Dukoff has an edgy, gutsy quality I just haven't found in any other mouthpiece. I can also accomplish some very unusual and exciting "sound effects" on the sax that leave other players scratching their heads wondering "how the heck did she DO that"?
The Dukoff mouthpiece is to the saxophone what electricity is to the guitar. With that being said, this mouthpiece is definitely NOT for everyone. It takes a very strong embrochure to play this piece properly. If you have to sit and wonder if you're ready for a Dukoff, you're probably not.
This sound isn't for everyone. We're not talking about your local, smooth jazz yawn-fest here, folks, this is pants-on-fire, in-your-face energy. If you can control it and it's what you are looking for, then this is pure heaven. If not, then it will be hell on your audiences.
Reed choice is very important for these mouthpieces. I recommend Rico Jazz Select #3 Soft--unfiled. Just a suggestion (you'll thank me later)
)-|-( Heather Haze (dot com)
I am an adult player with a little over 3 years experience. Had a D5 and a D7 shipped for tryout. I liked both. the D5 was easy to get a good sound with little effort, i wound up keeping the D7 for flexibility. I record a lot of my playing and found that my sound focus has improved with the dukoff-now just have to work at controlling it quietly and dynamically-of course it's easy to play it loud-hope this helps
It is to date the best mouthpieve I have ever played, I also have a new Brilhart level air that I like very very much, but nothing is like my old Dukoff. The intonation is as good as it gets, altissimo is way good, low and mid range just dont end .I can go from blues to classical and not change a thing, and it blends so so so sweetly. I reccomend the D chamber to anyone, I have played the X chamber, but nothing is like my ol' D8.
Quite a fascinating little piece of metal this mouthpiece is. Not to mention the OUTSTANDING scores I gave it on the low-high (how it responds while trying to "bop" each note from low Bb to C5), only missing one note (low Bb) (Witch was probably only because of the warm-up I had done was meant for higher register notes). The D5 is rather classical sounding, smooth with not much buzz. The D6 and D6 are pretty much the same, buzzy but smooth. The d7 and d8 are also rather similar, much more buzz and a little bit of smooth added to the background. The D8* is a D8 with a lower baffle. (What I use) and the D9 is just loud and proud.
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