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You're Still a Young Man Jazz Band Grade 1 Set
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Meyer G Series Alto Saxophone MouthpieceThe Meyer G Series Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece is designed to reproduce the size and style of mouthpiece chamber and tip opening to achieve the sound of great saxophonists of the past.
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I had a Meyer Bros. 5M that I had to sell and really missed the sound and response I got from that mouthpiece. I bought a 5M G series and I really like it. I think I like it better than my Meyer Bros. It's slightly brighter but it's still dark and I have to push a little more but its screams. And that's what I like about it. It has good response and good intonation. I probably should've gotten a 6 but I'm good with it. I'm using a Mark VI 129k with the J bow and Lavoz reeds med. Selmer lig.
I tested out the Meyer Richie Cole Alto, Meyer G Series 5M Alto, and the Yanagisawa Hard Rubber Alto #5 mouthpieces. I chose the Meyer G Series 5M since it is the closest thing to my 1972 vintage Meyer 5M that I have played for all these years. It is almost, but not quite as good as my vintage Meyer mouthpiece but so close I figure after a while it be great. Mouthpieces are very subjective however based on so many factors like reed, ligature,the person, etc.
I have a handpicked Meyer 6 small chamber from 1978. Great "pop" to the "happy" sound on my 1960 Mark VI alto. I recently purchased a Jody Jazz metal 7* DV CHI for my tenor and love the open feel it gives me, so I wanted the same on my alto. I could not spend the $ on a metal DV alto so I tried a Jody Jazz HR 7, but it did not have what I was looking for. A little stuffy for me with not enough crackle in the sound, so after reading reviews I decided to try this and step up to the 7. Thanks Alan Merrihew. This is working for me. More open, crisp, round and full sound and I can't believe how hard I can push it. Where my old Meyer 6 would say "that's all I got" this one keeps giving me more with no drop in sound quality. You can play soft on it too. Great response top to bottom. Don't know why the facings change the price so much...just so happens I was looking to open things up a bit more and this one does it for me.
The title says it all. Easily one of the best mouthpieces I've ever played on, and for under $100. It beats my Link out of the park.
This piece is extremely versatile, and you can get a ton of different tones out of it just by varying your reed/ligature setup. The 5 lay is really free-blowing, much like the vintage Meyer pieces. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a great jazz mouthpiece on a budget.
i played a Vandoren Jumbo Java for years. I loved the sound, the loudness, the way I could cut through the band. But then I heard several recordings and realized my intonation was all over the place. So I finally tried a few- Bechler Diamond Inlay, Vandoren Java, V16. Then I tried the Meyer G. Free blowing like the Jumbo J. Excellent high to low registers. Just enough darkness and overtones and projection.Not as loud as the Jumbo, but thats what microphones are for. Much easier to play softly. i use Hemke 2.5 reads.
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