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Otto Link Metal Alto Saxophone MouthpieceThe Otto Link 24k gold plated metal mouthpieces combine gleaming good looks with the rich sound quality of a larger bore rubber mouthpiece. These pieces provide an exceptional sound and style. Includes ligature and cap.In the world of professional mouthpieces for saxophones, one name stands out among the crowd. It is Otto Link! These bell metal mouthpieces have been the choice of numerous touring professional saxophonists in every genre of music from pop and rock to jazz, classical and R&B. With their superior tone and wide range of facing sizes available, your sound will ascend to unheard of levels. Find out why these mouthpieces are the "choice of the world's greatest artists"!
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I honestly could not believe the sound quality that came out of this mouthpiece. The Otto link is probably the most fun mouthpiece to get griddy with on a nasty funk tune. Altissimo range is especially easier with this guy. I'm an Alto player at heart, but when it came to playing tenor, I hoped on with an Otto link 7 hooked up with a Vandoren #3.5 ZZ reed...this sucker can SCREAM. I highly recommend this for an experienced musician, as it does take a lot of ear to find the sweet spots. If you can master this mouthpiece, you'll enjoy every second playing it.
Reccomended for the player with a well trained and reliable sense of pitch and a good embochure. Do not underestimate the capabilities of the modern Super Tone Master. While it may be difficult to master, this is the only piece for me capable to achieve both professional classical and jazz sound with the widest dynamic range and variations in colour. Capable of blending a subtone into a full note and adding harmonics to create duo and even tri-tones, it climbs effotlessly into the altissimo range even to the 5th and sixth octave with a control that allows difficult passages within the atlissimo range and easily back and forth to the lower half of the staff.
It has a fair ability to center, but what it does not have in center it more than makes up for in response. It is very sensitive to individual and moreover different reeds. Different strengths and type reeds changes my 5 star into a different mouthpiece, On my Soprano I use a 4 and a 4** which was custom maade by the late James R. of Otto Link. On Alto a 5* and Tenor a 6. The only down side to the larger openings is that they tend to be very difficult to maintain a "Classical" school embochure. However on the smaller opening (less than 6) utilizing a french "cone" (and variations there-of) technique you can somewhat get the sounds of violin, oboe, english horn and even a conical bore horn (F.H. - FL).
I am 16 years old and I've been playing the saxophone for well over a year now. When I first read about this mouthpiece, I decided I wanted one because I read it was good for jazz. When I got it, I realized that it was better than I thought. I automatically fell in love with it. It has a sharp yet warm sound that you could really get used to. For an extra tip, use vandoren java, rico jazz select, or any other wooden reed you can get. The plastic reeds are okay, but the altissimmo register responds quicker with the wooden reeds. Other than that, this is a really great mouthpiece for any genre of music you may be interested in.
This is my one metal mouthpiece, and is outstanding. It can do the soft, mellow thing; but I think it feels more at home with that groaning, screaming tonality it has.
I bought an Otto Link 7 for alto and a 6* for soprano about 2 1/2 years ago and it took a little break in time. Also the lig that it came with was not the best so I bought some Rovners for them both and now they sing like you would not believe I have a cannon ball alto and use a Rico 2 1/2, and I have an LA SAX soprano and I use a Vandoren ZZ 21/2 reed. So a great piece. Just get rid of the lig and you?ll be fine. The altissimo is fun because of the weight balance of these pieces they are really easy to hit after the break in time period they are the most fun I?ve had playing. You?ll be glad you have them
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