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Jody Jazz DV Tenor Saxophone MouthpieceIn the Jody Jazz DV Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece, nature, science and imagination are combined to create a revolutionary mouthpiece. The DV produces a bigger, fatter sound that is achieved effortlessly and better intonation and response.The main goal with this mouthpiece was to create the most efficient mouthpiece possible. That means that there are a huge amount of harmonics present in the sound and therefore the projection of the mouthpiece is huge. Another goal was to eliminate the annoying shrillness that is associated with loud bright mouthpieces. JodyJazz is using a new proprietary CNC facing technology that puts the perfect facing curve on the mouthpiece, which results in absolutely no dead spots in the vibration of the reed. In other words all notes in all ranges respond equally. It has a husky barrel-chested tone while being able to sing and soar over the top of any band. Sub toning and low notes are extremely easy and the altissimo is out of this world. Intonation is spot on. Be prepared to have possibly the most fun you ever have had on the saxophone.
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The 7* has proven to work very well with my Selmer Mark VII Tenor Sax, using also the Vandoren Java v16 #3 reeds and a light ligature - a Rovner EV05 E-2M. I had used a Dukoff 6* that I bought back in the late 80s and before that, a Berg Larsen 105/1 or 105/0. But the Jody Jazz seems much more compatible with my Mark VII because the whole range of the range has that fullness I've sought. Recently, I was complimented on my sound and in particular, my higher notes. I also have a size 7 and a 10* as well. The 7 sounds good, but seems too close for my setup. The 10*, to my amazement, sounds really good too and I can play it with my #3 reeds as well, but maybe too open for me. I am planning on trying out an 8* because I found I'm able to use wider tip openings. What's nice is that I could stay with the 7*, but I choose to experiment a little bit more. Also, I have a Cannonball Global Big Bell tenor as well, but the Jody Jazz doesn't seem to be the best fit for that horn so far because I think the Cannonball might have a larger bore than my Selmer, and therefore may fare better with a larger chambered mouthpiece like an Otto Link.
This is the easiest to play, best sounding tenor mouthpiece I have ever played. I have tried at least a dozen metal mouthpieces over the past year to try to find my sound and something I was comfortable playing for several hours a day when necessary. After 2 hours on the JodyJazz DV, I permanently switched. The altissimo notes are effortless and the low notes come booming out on my Keilwerth SX90R. There is extreme consistency in sound and ease of play from low to high and the intonation is superb. It is very bright but without any shrillness or harshness. It even has a good sound for ballads. The harmonics are amazing. It is also easy to play very softly or it will let you cut through the guitars. If you try one, you will have a new favorite. After playin it for two weeks, I ordered an alto JodyJazz DV.
I've played on a Dukoff 6* with Rico Royal size 2.5 to 3 reeds for a very long time. I bought the Dukoff in the 80s preferring its brighter sound over the Berg Larsen back then. But, the altissimo is a bit wild and I have had trouble with the low notes. I do like the Jody Jazz DV mouthpiece a lot more. I find that for me, the La Voz reeds work the best with this mpc. I am currently using a 7 with a La Voz medium because together, I get the resistance that I like along with the response. The altissimo is much easier for me as are the low notes. The ligature that comes with it is good. But I do prefer the Rovner EV0-5, as it helps me to make a brighter sound. I wish this mpc was around years ago!
I recently had the chance to try one the DV 7*. At first I was psyched about it, because I had heard that it's one of the top-of-the-line mouthpieces on the market. Anyways, I put it on my tenor (at the time is was a very nice Selmer Super Action 80 serie II) and gave 'er a go. The results were pretty mixed. I did really like the sound I got from it, it was nice and even and easy to play. I did not like the response I got in the altissimo register, however. It seemed very difficult to control (which is rare for me), as well as a little stuffy. Also, I felt that it wouldn't let me "push it" as hard as I would have liked to. Like it sort of "clammed up" on me. It is a great piece, but I'm gladly sticking with my Guardala.
I had been playing on an old custom Dukoff D6 for years, and enjoyed only certain things about it. The projection was great, and the tone was wonderful. However, the low register was terrible, and at times, it seemed to "fight" me in order to get the sound out. Eventually, I tried the Jody Jazz DV 7* for tenor, and now I can't put it down. The mouthpiece plays so smoothly. I can hit a low Bb with the greatest ease, and the altissimo pops out effortlessly. It's capable of playing classical, jazz, smooth jazz, funk, you name it, without question. I've never experienced a mouthpiece with such a perfect design. I highly recommend this mouthpiece to anyone who is currently dissatisfied with their mouthpiece, or is looking for an all-around good piece on all levels. By the way, I am using Rico Jazz Select 2H Filed on a Selmer Mark VI 107,000 Tenor Sax.
I loved this piece, it's extremely free blowing, and I never have a problem being heard, it gives you a fat resonant sound, and altissimo pops out so easily.
This is perhaps the best mouthpiece ever made. I did not purchase it from WWBW though. I got it right from the man himself. All I had to do was call up Mr. Espina and he sent me this as well as many other mouthpieces to try. The only thing special about this is that I got it before I was supposed to get it because it was like the day it came out and it should have taken 3 months. After trying all his mouthpieces I had no doubt I was sticking with the DV. Although all his other mouthpieces are awesome this has got to be the best one ever made. I know as a saxophone player you don't want to hear the guys that do like it, you want to here the cats that don't. But after playing this piece over the whole summer there was not one problem I could find. One of the coolest things is that I feel good playing it. I use #5 Vandoren v16 and a Buescher 400 which is not the best horn when playing in its old age but with the DV its sounds like it was young again and really tears it up. This mouthpiece is worth the money. IF YOU HAVE THE MONEY BUY IT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I used to play Gardala mouthpieces but after one try on one of these moutphieces had me hooked. I can honestly say I am a fan of Jody Jazz accessories and Jody Espina (the founder). When allowed to try the DV on my tenor, I messed around on it for about 2 hours because I enjoyed the way I sounded!
The DV offers a phat controlled bright sound that doesn't sacrifice tone for power. This, or and Jody mouthpiece is worth the investment if you are willing to settle for the price.
This piece is without a doubt the best I have ever played. I have tried Dukoff's, Vandoren Jumbo Java's, a Vandoren T75 metal, and a Ponzol M2+ - none of them can come near the sound of this thing.This piece has an incredible amount of color to the sound, and is amazingly responsive. The more I play on it the better it gets. Up to this point I haven't been able to really find my voice on tenor, and this piece did it for me. I am still a little sick about the price, but if you're serious about your sound, this piece deserves a try.
This is an extremely fine piece that I had the chance to try. intonation was very nice throughout the entire register, altissimo came very smooth, and the projection was very full and bright. I thought the sound was a little to bright for my taste, it just doesn't have the big, voluptuous, dark sound that you get with a vintage rubber piece. Overall this is a mouthpiece well worth its money if you are looking for that kind of sound.
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