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Otto Link Vintage Series Metal Tenor Saxophone MouthpieceThe Otto Link Vintage mouthpiece recaptures 'the sound' of early Otto Links. A combination of changes both inside and out; body shape, bore, chamber, baffle, side rails and tuning, recaptures the Otto Link sound of yesteryear, setting it apart from the current Otto Link. Although today's Otto Link is loved by thousands of players around the world, you may be longing to recapture the old Link sound. Otto Link Vintage is exactly what you're looking for.Otto Link Vintage mouthpieces are available in the same standard tip openings as current Otto Link models. Each mouthpiece is individually serial numbered and comes with a ligature and cap.
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I have played just about every tenor mouthpiece made in the last, I hate to say it, 45 years. During the past several years, I have spent literally thousands of dollars on the latest and greatest pieces being made by the most prominent makers. I have become increasingly frustrated with the limitations of all the great new pieces I have tried so hard to make work. When I saw that a "vintage" Linke was being made, I played a hunch that it might be just as good as some of the used old ones going for 4 to 5 times the price. Well, I was right. This is, for me, the best piece, with the most versatility, most centered sound, best altisimo, best low end, I have ever played. I am pleased beyond measure. This is the piece I've been looking for. It's a 6, which gives me more control than the more open 7* and 8 Mouthpieces I've been playing. That was also a good decision. It handles both a softer, more subtle, approach with a lighter reed and super hard blowing with a little harder reed. I really am happy with the price and the quality of this item. JJ Babbitt has done a good job of recreating a truly great mouthpiece. Kudos.
I got one of these less than a week ago. I have played many different era's of the Otto Link STM, and currently use a 90's period hard rubber Link. This Otto Link Vintage series is the deepest and thickest sounding mputhpiece I have ever used since my beloved Florida STM Link was irreparably damaged. It helps get the Gene Ammons/John Coltrane mix I yearn for. Very deep and full sounding to me, even without subtone. This is now my new main MP.
I reached the point before I tried this mouthpiece where I've tried so many different mouthpieces that I'd come to the conclusion that there truely is not one mouthpiece that does everything though some manufacturers may claim theirs do. They may cover the gamet of what some players want to do with their sound but that doesn't mean that they want to cover every sax sound that's ever been created nor can they. Despite what they may believe about themselves. I have come across some very fine mouthpieces nevertheless. Some really amazing ones. And this is one of them. Really easy to play with a warm resonance and lots of tonal colors. A nice balance between bright and dark. I can go either way with it. I've been told I have a west coast sound with it. I suppose they may be thinking of Dexter Gordon. By my own estimation I've also covered a tonal range from Wayne Shorter and Branford Marsalis to something similar to Michael Brecker though none of them exact. Be honest. Is anyone ever really exactly a copy of someone else's sound? And why would someone want to be? All of the sax players I've mentioned at one time played Otto Links when they were developing their sound so it shouldn't be surprising the same piece can do all of them. I recommend giving this excellent mouthpiece a try.
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