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Joshua - Jazz Ensemble Library Level 4
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J & D Hite Premiere Alto Saxophone MouthpieceInnovator David Hite delivers his Premiere Series with hard-rubber quality at a student price.
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I won't pretend to be smarter about mouthpieces than the next guy. What I do know is that I've been playing a Hite Premiere for about 14 years now and I find it to be an excellent mouthpiece at an amazing price. I would definitely recommend it.
There are rare times when I will use a 7* metal mouthpiece for extra projection or to hit some altissimo notes. However my Hite Premier is my workhorse mouthpiece. Week after week it gives me a great sound across the range of my horn without a fuss. I don't think I can ask much more of a mouthpiece than that.
this is an exlent mouthpiece at first when i tried it i saw a slightly better sound tone i was unimpressed but after a week there was a huge sound differnce there was ar richer deeper jazzy tone i loved it i tryed it on a as300 selmer and a keilwerth st 90 i found the best tone with the keilwerth but my selmer was broken at the time and wouldit play right so i highly recomend this mouthpiece to all levels of expirence from begginer to pro this is an exlent moutpiece!
Incredibly responsive mouthpiece coupled with total control, and an open big fat sound.
I cannot believe it! For the money this mouthpiece costs, it performs better than the more expensive, fancy name "Pro" alternatives.
Do you want a great sound and lots of control over your playing? Get this mouthpiece and SAVE a lot of money!
I have been using this mouthpiece for the better part of 5 years and found it to be a great mouthpiece not only in concert band and jazz, but it also stands up well to the abuses of marching band.. It has carried me from high school through my first year in college. Definitely worth every penny and more..
Overall, I really like this as an amateur/student mouthpiece. It's very affordable, yet WAY better than most stock mouthpieces.
My favorite thing about the mouthpiece is its versatility. Generally speaking, it works well in a number of situations. It's possible to get a pretty good sound out of it in classical, marching, and jazz settings, and it works with a variety of reeds and ligatures.
My only complaint is that, while it is relatively versatile, it can be somewhat difficult to get a darker, classical sound on it. Definitely easier than getting one on a Meyer jazz piece, but...still a little of a challenge. Without adjustment, this mouthpiece has a tendency to be a little bright and edgy.
By using a blue box Vandoren reed and a Rovner leather ligature, plus embouchure adjustment, I was able to get a dark, warm sound without a ton of effort.
I decided to purchase a Fobes Debut, the biggest competitor, and I'm curious as to how much of a difference there is. I may like this better, but the general consensus leans towards the Fobes.
PLEASE NOTE: I don't consider myself a professional saxophone player. On the contrary--I'm more of a brass person, but I am a band director and play woodwinds along with my students from time to time.
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