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Yamaha 4C Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece   

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Yamaha4C Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece
 
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3.0

Okay for beginners

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from Glendale, CA

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Comments about Yamaha 4C Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece:

I used this mouthpiece (or one very similar to it) for the first couple of years of my training as a saxophonist. Not necessarily by choice, nice mouthpieces run at least $150( I currently use a $250 Selmer Paris E Soloist mouthpiece for my tenor). As for this, it's okay to learn on, but don't expect to get any flexibility out of it. It will play the notes, but it won't sing them. And trying to bend the notes by changing your embouchure almost always results in an annoying squeak. Also, more than most mouthpieces, I found it to be rather fragile. Avoid dropping it, the resulting chip will make tone quality plummet.

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3.0

Okay for beginners

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from Glendale, CA

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Comments about Yamaha 4C Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece:

I used this mouthpiece (or one very similar to it) for the first couple of years of my training as a saxophonist. Not necessarily by choice, nice mouthpieces run at least $150( I currently use a $250 Selmer Paris E Soloist mouthpiece for my tenor). As for this, it's okay to learn on, but don't expect to get any flexibility out of it. It will play the notes, but it won't sing them. And trying to bend the notes by changing your embouchure almost always results in an annoying squeak. Also, more than most mouthpieces, I found it to be rather fragile. Avoid dropping it, the resulting chip will make tone quality plummet.

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