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Vandoren Jumbo Java Alto Saxophone MouthpieceThe Vandoren Alto Saxophone Jumbo Java Mouthpiece is very bright with fine precision and control.Vandoren mouthpieces are known for their high, uniform quality—among the best of the mass produced. The Vandoren line is extensive. It covers all woodwinds and offers designs suited to a variety of playing and musical styles.
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I bought the Jumbo Java A45 about two to three years ago and it is by far the best mouthpiece I've ever had. It is as close to a metal mouthpiece as you can get without buying a metal mouthpiece, it has a large barrel with a open tip for a loud rich sound, then pairing it with Vandoren's ZZ Series Reeds (3)which are extremely flexible has given me a very smooth and rich sound.
I highly recommend this product.
I own the A75, and it's perfect for rock/fusion settings, as well as a solo saxophone for jazz band. It's a bit too easy blowing though for it to be an everyday mouthpiece for jazz band, as it doesn't blend with the section well. The price for this quality in a hard rubber mouthpiece is great, especially when you find out how high the prices for metal mouthpieces of this caliber are. I also appreciate that vandoren's consistency in this mouthpiece on tenor (T75) is very good. My only problem with that is that there's no jumbo java for bari or soprano, you have to get a v5 or something else. Bottom line, i'm satisfied, and it's been reliable for many years for me. I'm now a grad teaching assistant at Oklahoma State.
I have the A45 model. It makes the saxophone sound like you are on a microphone with an amplifier on...no kidding. It takes some practice to keep it under control, as any small change on embouchure or air support is easily noticeable with this piece.
The sound is bright, but it does have a lot of body and doesn't sound "thin". Excellent for solo work, not so good for section work (unless you're the lead) because it is loud and bright.
I used to play on a hand made guardala king for alto and it was a great sound but I just couldn't handle the metal vibration on my teeth anymore and a mouthpiece patch darkened the sounds so I heard about this moutpiece from saxophonist Mike Phillips and its exactly as he said. it gives off a metal sound with the comfort of a hard rubber. so I've been playing on it for a year in a hlf now and i still love it. theres no other mouthpiece out there that compares to it. I used Vandoren Java for a while and it made it sing like a bird but when I switched to the Java filed reeds it sang like a Phoenix lol
I've had a Jumbo Java for the past year, I didn't test it out before I got it, I just bought one because it sounded like what I wanted. Who can resist a metal sound with a rubber feel?
I bought it, and it's exactly as it says, the biggest bore, and the fattest chamber! Most ligatures don't even fit it. I had trouble making a tone out of it at first, I mean moving from a Selmer C* to this we're talking mega chamber difference. It wasn't until I started playing a link on my tenor did I really start fully filling the chamber on my A35 Jumbo Java (and I had to drop to a 2.5 size reed (from 3.5)).
Here's the problem. I thought I controlled this mpce. Last week I did a gig and had it recorded. When I went back and listened to it, I realized my tone was all over the place. Generally, my high register sounded absolutely fantastic.... My lower register however sounded crap. Even my altissimo C's and D's were clear.
In conclusion, I think my verdict for this MPC is that it's really good as a solo mouthpiece. The tone you get will never blend with anyone else. It's a very loud mouthpiece, however, if this is what you want then you'll have to put in alot of work to balance out the sound.
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