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Vandoren V16 Hard Rubber Tenor Saxophone MouthpieceThe V16 series is designed to create depth, power and fullness of sound while providing all the pitch and articulation accuracy that modern players have come to expect. With the V16, you can set the standard for the next generation. It is a versatile mouthpiece with a long facing and a particularly rich tone. it features a 2.50mm tip opening and a long facing length.The Vandoren V16 mouthpiece for tenor saxophone produces a warm, centered sound. It blends well and is ideal for sectional/ensemble playing. Vandoren mouthpieces are known for their high, uniform quality—among the best of the mass produced.
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I played flute, I have returned to tenor sax. I am playing a Keilwerth SX90R and after experimenting with several mouthpiece/reed combinations, I have settled on the Vandoren V16 (T7) mouthpiece with V16 2 1/2 reeds and find that this combination gives me a very big but easily controllable sound from the bottom through altissimo. The real surprise however is the great tone that this mouthpiece produces at low volume levels as well. It may not work for everyone but it works for me.
I've played through probably about 30+ combinations of mouthpieces and reeds. The T7 brings new meaning to the word "control". Since I bought this mouthpiece, which was about three months ago, it's allowed my playing to instantly become more free. Its unlocked things on my horn I would've never even attempted to try 6 months prior. I play on the same brand reeds (V16 3's) and just love the tone quality. This piece allows someone to resonate an entire room with a low subtone all the way to screaming up in the 4th AND 5th octave! Vandoren has created yet another great product!
This mouthpiece is probably the best thing that ever happened to me.(as far as music goes) I play on a Saxophone.com tenor sax model and it roars when the V16 is on it along V16 #3 reeds. I got the T7 which I was surprised to see, was the lowest facing available. But the rich, solid tone this mouthpiece provides is an amazing jazz tone. By talking into the instrument while playing, I can now make a mean, nasty, powerful tone like that raspy sound of Clarence Clemmons. I can listen to the classical jazz stuff and create a prefect match in sound compared to John Coltrane and several other legends. (They?re not lying when they say, "This mouthpiece is designed to imitate the sound response of jazz mouthpieces from the 50's.") All I can say is that if you want an amazing mouthpiece that will allow you to create the prefect TRUE JAZZ sound, choose Vandoren V16.You won't regret it.
I am normally a metal otto link player, but lately, I have just not been getting the sound I wanted from my piece. I decided to order a Vandoren v16 mouthpiece to try since I had heard so many positive reviews of it. I normally try to avoid hard rubber pieces such as because they tend to be way too dark for my taste (I generally try to have more of a middle of the road sound). I have tried HR mouthpieces such as Jody Jazz, Morgan, Meyer, and even a few vintage HR otto links that I really didn't care for. That was not the case with the T9 that I ordered. I was shocked at how well this piece projected. The tone was rich and full sounding, yet was very versatile. I could go from a very dark Dexter Gordon-like sound to a bright Brecker-like sound. The tuning was great in all octaves and I was able to maintain a full sound from top to bottom. I also noticed that this mouthpiece is very free-blowing considering that is has a medium-large chamber. I felt that the Vandoren Java "green box" reeds were the best fit for the mouthpiece (Though everybody has different preferences). This is definitely one of the best mouthpieces I have ever played and I would highly recommend this piece to professionals and students alike because of the consistency of Vandoren products as well as the fact that this mouthpiece is a bargain at $124.99. If I were to recommend a ligature for this mouthpiece, it would be the Vandoren Optimum Ligature as I felt the mouthpiece had the best response with this ligature. Definitely give the v16 a try!
I love it. It is good with 2.5 Rico royal reeds. Love (that) I can hit all my notes on my tenor sax. I suggest it to everyone if you don?t mind paying 125.00 for a mouth piece. Love it.
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