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Joshua - Jazz Ensemble Library Level 4
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Jody Jazz HR* Tenor Saxophone MouthpieceThis special hard rubber has the look, feel and sound of vintage hard rubber. Each mouthpiece is faced on a special machine and is then finished by hand. The HR* (pronounced HR star) produces a beautiful warm sound with free-blowing ease. This Hard Rubber Saxophone Mouthpiece features a round, medium size chamber. The HR* is suited for Traditional Jazz, Big Band, Straight-Ahead and Bebop, but also has enough power for more modem styles. This is a favorite of band directors for its ability to blend in with a section.
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This is the mouthpiece that made me enjoy HR again. I bought one of these mouthpieces just on a whim. I normally play Otto Link stm 8* bought a jody jazz HR* 8*. I like this mouthpiece as a great tonal alternative to my metal, very well constructed, rails were even and thin with a nice sized window. I use a Vandoren trad #3-3 1\2 nice warm lush sound plenty volume, then Java or V16 reeds offer a nice bright, round tone with good edge. I can get a nice sub tone to a rippin Joe Henderson tone and many variations in between. This mouthpiece performs with a solid core all throughout the horn, Great low end, I had a problem with being a little thin above palm D and up -with a little time to get used to the mouthpiece I feel the tone is nice and even now, but the Altissimo is still not as easy as on my metal mouthpieces. Overall the mouthpiece offers a classic sound to my set up and (has) easily become one of my favorite mouthpieces. No wonder George Garzone is a endorses this mouthpiece.
I just have to echo what others have said. I've been using a 7* with a medium La Voz reed on tenor for about two years. I loved it then and love it now. I get many compliments on my sound. It's rich in overtones, the timbre is even from bottom to top, and allows me to really control dynamics and shading. What a find!
I now have in my collection 3 rather good mouthpieces. I have the 8* Jody Jazz HR, an 8* Otto Link HR and a 10* Otto Link new York Metal. Each differs a bit. For sheer projection the metal is best. Of the two HRs the Jody Jazz has the better control but the Otto Link is just slightly smoother in tone. The Jody Jazz is probably the best crafted as it will give a little better attack on low notes and produces a consistant tone across the whole register. it looks like tradeoff is the name of the game when choosing mouthpieces. Don't be afraid to buy the Jody Jazz. It is a good addition to any collection. I am using it more than the others at least for the time being.
I?m a professional sax player in Las Vegas and I?m writing to say how thrilled I am with my Jody Jazz HR7* tenor mouthpiece. I?ve been searching for years for a piece that would translate the sound I heard in my head to the real world. I?ve been through the whole list of tenor mouthpieces: Link, Lawton, Vandoren Jumbo Java, Berg, Meyer, and a gold plated Vandoren V16 (my wife almost fell over when she saw the $300 bill for that one). I was about to give up my search and put down the tenor for good until I tried the HR. I love the big, warm sound I get from the HR; round and full with just the right amount of edge and great projection. Depending on my ligature/reed set-up I can cover every gig with this one mouthpiece: straight-ahead jazz, R&B, rock, fusion. This piece makes playing tenor a joy again. What a great mouthpiece!
Please recommend a ligature that works well with this Jody Jazz tenor mouthpiece and give me the size I need. What type of Rovner or other mouthpiece would you recommend?
I have been using metal mouthpieces, some more expensive that this by far! But I wanted the big warm sound of the great balladeers, Jug, Fathead, Big Ben, and a bit of Houston Person. I can't stop playing this new mouthpiece: it is so big, warm and sweet, and when you push from the abdomen it has power and edge too. It goes from the low B flat to high F sharp and into the stratosphere effortless: responds fast and clear at all octaves. Best deal on the market! I have bee, with Jody Jazz 8*, I feel finally at peace, like I've come home.
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