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Meyer Hard Rubber Alto Saxophone MouthpieceEasy-to-blow Meyer hard rubber mouthpieces can be played by almost anyone from student to virtuoso, making them a top choice of players at every level. For years the most popular jazz mouthpiece on the market, Meyer mouthpieces offer a variety of sounds, responses and dynamic ranges. Select from different chambers and facings to personalize your tone.
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I have played many different brands including Jody Jazz HR, Otto Link, Jody Jazz DV's and Berg Larsen's, on both tenor and alto. I can say from my experience playing these different brands that these stock Meyers make some of the best mouthpieces on the alto. They play perfect right from the box without any added bull involved. High notes are effortless and low notes are perfect, great mouthpiece for sub tones. They sound great on my Yamaha YAS-82zUII, and Vandoren Java Red 2.5's. Get this mouthpiece!
This is an awesome mouthpiece, there is no reason to purchase a vintage Meyer when these are the same. Don't be fooled into thinking that these are no good because they are mass produced and not hand finished. The mpc is just as good as the vintage ones, however in any manufacturing you could get a lemon and if that happens just send it back and get another. I play a mid twenties King alto and I purchased the 5L and found it to be a little loud: sent it back and purchased the 5M. Total satisfaction. The perfect combination of sound and edge. My Meyers 5M and my 1926 King and I are going to be very happy for a very long time.
Great Mouthpiece!! Love it!
I am an intermediate saxophone player who is learning sax. I bought this mouthpiece used at a pawn shop in my area. When I chose this mouthpiece, it was like love at first sight! This mouthpiece has a Grover Washington Jr like sound when I play it.
To get the most out of this mouthpiece, I play it with a rico Orange Box Strength 2.5 reeds.
It is not recommended for beginners, due to the open tip.
And for those of you who posted negative reviews, you can't just buy a mouthpiece online, you have to personally and physically buy a mouthpiece. Mouthpieces in person are not the same as the mouthpieces shown on the internet. Different mouthpieces are manufactured differently, some tables may be even and others may have it perfectly level. If the mouthpiece tip or table are not even, it can be fixed, the methods mouthpieces are fixed is called mouthpiece refacing!!! Just keep it to a mouthpiece refacer,
My Advice to people who are investing in mouthpieces: Always buy them personally so you can try them out.
Back in the 70's I had a Meyer 7MM that I used all through high school,and NTSU Jazz Lab Bands. Yes, Cannonball played a Meyer 5MM, but it was the old New York Meyer 5MM which is like todays Meyer 7MM with a tip opening of .081", todays Meyer 5MM has a tip opening of .071". I needed at least an .080" tip for Lead Alto Saxophone in the USAF Band of Flight Night Flight Big Band. This Meyer 7MM is perfect, just like my old one from the 70's. It's fat, warm really projects, when you push it, the tone gets soulful and greasy, perfect for the blues. Heck, I can even use this piece for classical concert band, and then go right to the swing big band Glenn Miller tribute, with "In The Mood". J.J.Babbitt is still making these with skill and care. Never when you try out 2 different mouthpieces, will they be exactly the same, it's always a great idea to try out a bunch and pick out the one you love the most. Mine just feels right, like Phil Woods New York Meyer 5MM, .080", My Meyer 7MM Is a .081" tip opening, with Vandoren Java 3 1/2 green box reeds, and 1963, Selmer Mark VI alto Saxophone. Jazz Heaven!
I have an Keilwerth ST90 and played the standard mouthpiece for 4 years then on the advice of my tutor bought one and what can I say I love it I use a Vandoren java #3 and i could hit altissimo up to C i believe. Well worth the money. As for Jazz it is so free flowing when partnered w/ a Rovner ligature. Great for marching band it is because it has very good control you can go from PP to FFF w/out a hitch.
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