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Vandoren V16 Metal Tenor Saxophone MouthpieceThe Vandoren Tenor Saxophone V16 Metal Mouthpiece is a "standard reference" in the sax mouthpiece category.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'm using a T77 and I find it to be easy on reeds and versitlie. I am playing Pop style and Jazz on it with no problems blending, it loves the mircophone. It has a nice edge but with a nice Otto Link-esque tone on my King Silversonic Super 20 tenor. I love the bottom register just melting its way out of my horn. I am using Rico Jazz select #3 hard reeds.
I've had three of these mouthpieces - one was stolen with a Keilwerth, one was borrowed from a friend while waiting on a replacement, and now I play the replacement on a new Keilwerth. The best part is they all played just as well as each other; Easy intonation, good on reeds, and a great, big, not-too-bright-but-still-contemporary sound. I recommend it to anyone looking for more from their hard rubber mouthpiece without going chamber-wild on a big bright metal piece. Hands down the best tenor mouthpiece I've played. I play the T75 model with V16 reeds and an Optimum ligature.
Being mostly tenor player using this type of mouthpiece, for a long time I found the Otto Link STM 7* to be the best for me without breaking the bank. I one day decided to try the Vandoren V16 T75 based on input from others. I find the T75 to be a high quality piece, which may justify the much higher price. There isn't a slight rollover baffle like on the link, and the throat isn't quite as open, but what you get is a very high quality sound of a more modern character, but still somewhat similar to the Link, and not quite as dark sounding, which is an improvement for certain reeds. The machining is so excellent and the T75 bite plate is more impervious to tooth pressure. The Link is somewhat darker and slightly harder is play, but has a unique character worth keeping. I have decided to keep the T75 as well, as I believe it to be up there with the best mouthpieces of its type. It has a very good balance of tone and shapeable for a variety of sounds. The different pressures plates for the Optimum ligature is cool too, but I've just been using the one with the vertical rails, since it works so well.
I have been playing the V16 Vandoren metal for a couple of years now. I have to say it?s the easiest blowing mouthpiece I have every played. The opening of the mouthpiece is narrow, but has a clean and resonating sound. Even though it?s an expensive mouthpiece, and you could buy two or close to three Otto links, for the price of one, the mouthpiece fits and plays the same on many horns, so you really just have to focus on the action of the horns. The V16 mouthpiece to me carries your sound to any horn you play.
I always played the Ottolink 8* until I tried out the Vandoren V16 Tip 95 There is a slightly better tonal quality in the Vandoren that keeps you guessing as to where does it come from? Amazingly a very good piece of work!
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