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Selmer Paris S80 Series Alto Saxophone MouthpieceA top-quality professional level mouthpiece, the Selmer S80 Series for alto saxophone is popular the world over. Machined from hard rod rubber to assure stability, accuracy and consistent facings, these mouthpieces feature a square cross section in the chamber instead of the conventional arch. It is available in a variety of tips.Model C: Tip: Close (1.60) / Facing: Med (22.00) Model C*: Tip: Medium Close (1.70) / Facing: Medium (22.00)Model C**: Tip: Medium (1.80) / Facing: Medium (22.00)Model D: Tip: Medium (1.90) / Facing: Medium (22.00)Model E: Tip: Medium Open (2.00) / Facing: Medium (22.00)Model F: Tip: Medium Open (2.20) / Facing: Medium (22.00)Model G: Tip: Open (2.40) / Facing: Medium (22.00)
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Thru my 21 years playing saxophone I've tried lots of different mouthpiece brands and models. When I play my Selmer S80 C*, I can feel the difference in playing free, with a nice and warm sound and really easy low register. I recommend this mouthpiece to all of my students.
I consider myself a pretty experienced musician, having majored in saxophone music performance in college. I have used a C* mouthpiece ever since I was in 6th grade, and even still I find it to be the best alto mouthpiece I?ve ever played on. I find it as equally easy to control my low B flats as my altissimo B flats. I understand that the horn, reed, and ligature you use have as much to do with the sound you produce as the mouthpiece you use; however I have never used a more versatile mouthpiece in my years of playing. This is also the mouthpiece that most, if not all, of my saxophone studio in college, played on as well. If you?re looking for a quality mouthpiece, with versatility and control, then I suggest this one.
This mouthpiece is fantastic for the junior high and high school player. It gives you just the sound you need to be successful on auditions and sound warm,dark, and well rounded playing with your wind ensemble.
It shouldn't be used for Jazz band because it lacks the projection and flexibility you need.
I had much success with this through college. But when playing improve and jazz you need something with a larger opening and chamber.
I recommend it to all my students and they are very successful with this no matter what sax they are playing pro level or student.
So if you are in school or just want the best sound for your auditions for legit, concertos, or wind ensemble don't hesitate and buy this mouthpiece and do a lot of long tones!
Recently I was asked to double on alto saxophone for performances of Moussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition; I am usually bassoon III/contrabassoon. I hadn't played any saxophone for several years, alto saxophone in even longer and all that the orchestra could afford to rent for me was a band instrument from the local music store. So, I purchased the S80 C* mouthpiece and a Rovner ligature and was extremely impressed that using the exact same reeds (Vandoren #3, regular purple box) the instrument went from sounding like the local middle school marching band to something I could actually play symphonically. No, it didn't magically make it into a Selmer Mark VI, but everyone in the woodwind section and the conductor noticed immediately. The saxophone is getting returned to the store when the rental is up, but I'm keeping the mouthpiece for the next time I need to double!
The reason I say almost perfect is that I have trouble with the bottom only on this mp, and it is only on my alto. I have this mp on bari, alto and soprano and would recomend the soprano mp and bari mp to anyone, the alto just trips in the bottom. I have to focuse more on the bottom with the C* than my E Rousseau or Rico.