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E. Rousseau New Classic Alto Saxophone MouthpieceThe E. Rousseau New Classic alto mouthpiece features an enhanced choice of facings to meet the demands of virtually any alto player. Features include a redesigned chamber with a unique baffle and sidewalls to provide an even more centered tone, a fresh tip rail for a more precise reed fit, and a longer shape for a more secure fit and easier tuning.Eugene Rousseau, active throughout the world as a soloist, has transformed the demands of today's performer into precision performance tools. All E. Rousseau mouthpieces meet the following rigid standards: (1) a unique, practical design that balances the baffle, sidewalls, and facing; (2) use of the finest quality hard rubber and metal; (3) thorough and exhaustive testing; and (4) careful inspection of each mouthpiece prior to shipping.
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I love this mouth piece. I played on some Yamaha for quite some time and hated (it) - sound, pitch and it required so much effort to get a sound out of it and play notes such as a high E or F. I needed a different mouthpiece. I talked to my band instructor about ordering a new and he recommended the Selmer C* and this E Rousseau New Classic. I researched prices and read reviews and what I found is that the E Rousseau has a darker and richer tone and excellent control that makes it a lot easier to play. Well after numerous hours on the computer I came to the conclusion that this is what I wanted. I ordered it, hoping the mouthpiece would arrive a few days in advance for the winter concert. And so it did, I played in concert band for the first time and amazingly got a real satisfying sound for the first time. I adjusted quickly to the mouth piece and even played on it in the winter concert the following day. My band teacher and I (are pleased).
I have used a Rascher alto mouthpiece since 1972 for orchestral, concert band and wind ensemble work and have never received a complaint from conductors. One of my students started using a Rousseau NC4 and I was impressed with the sound; it's the closest to the Rascher that I've heard with more projection, perfect for the concert band or wind ensemble as it blends well with other instruments.I now recommend this mouthpiece for all of my private students.
I tested this alto sax mp (NC5) side by side with a Vandoren Optimum and a metal mp similar to the Otto Link. Both of the HR pieces used a Rovner lig and 2.5 reed.
The metal mp had great projection and volume. Certainly the loudest and edgiest of the three. The Rousseau was more mellow and easier to play, and still had decent volume. The Vandoren was in between the two - quite loud and edgy for a HR mp.
For orchestra work, the Rousseau will blend nicely, and for mellow solo (not rock or jazz) work it would also do a fine job. The Vandoren would be better for rock/jazz music, and a good choice if a metal mp was just too much volume/edge.
I used to play on an older model Rousseau mouthpiece on alto, and I couldn't help but get a stuffy sound with many response problems. I thought it was because I'm a tenor player - which may have been part of the problem - but then my teacher loaned me her Rousseau New Classic. This mouthpiece changed my sound from a brittle, airy tone to a strong, full one. It also freed up the altissimo register. If you want to play classical music, this is the mouthpiece you want.
This is a surperior mouthpiece especially those students who own a student Yamaha or Bundy alto saxophone. It is by no means of the same quality of a Selmer C* or Vandorean but for the motivated student looking to upgrade from the stock student mouthpiece this is a great alternative.
Tried this one side by side with a heavily recommended selmer s 80. I got a bigger sound that was easier to produce top to bottom for a third the price. The mouthpiece blows freely. I like NC4 w/ rovner light and vandoren zz 2.5 reed. Has a little edge for a classical piece. This one is worth trying out.
I have tried numerous mouthpieces, from the Selmer C* (both s80 and s90 facings) to Morgan?s, and I have found that none give the tone quality and response that the Rousseau NC4 gives. It is truly and exceptional mouthpiece, and something worth looking at, especially if you aren't pleased with the C* line of mouthpieces as I was. Not only do I find this to be true, but a good portion of my Saxophone Studios prefers the Rousseau line of mouthpieces over the Selmer's.
I am a clarinet and sax teacher for young high school aged students in Germany. All my kids play Yamaha saxopohones, either the 275 or th 62. Over the years I have tried most all the popular saxophone mouthpieces and find the Rousseau "New Class 4" to work best with beginning players and young people. I pesonally play the "R" model but the NC4 seems to have a better sound and reeds are easier to find for the less experienced player. I have never tried the NC3, but my expeience tells me that the NC5 is to open for beginners. I find the NC4 to be an excellent mouthpiece and recommend it highly.
This mouthpiece is by far the smoothest and sweetest sounding classical mpc I've ever played on. I'm big into jazz, but I really needed a good classical mpc for symphonic season. This one is the one to buy. The sound is pure and clear. I use this mpc on my Yanigasawa 991 Alto along w/ hemke reeds. It's a great combination. This mpc takes some breaking in, but then again what mpc doesn't?! This is by far the best of the best.
Just received my new NC4 mouthpiece, and am very satisfied. I am a novice player and feel that I am sounding much better with less effort. If you are looking to upgrade your mouthpiece I highly recomend the NC4.
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