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Yamaha 5C Baritone Saxophone MouthpieceThe Yamaha YAC-1295 5C Tenor/Bari Saxophone Mouthpiece provides a somewhat richer tone with greater variety of colors than 4C and excellent flexibility and response. Popular with soloists.
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This piece obviously is not as perfect in intonation and maybe balance as a selmer C*, but I could say they play with very very identical sounds. I don't really found the difference between the two, but anyways if you want a selmer paris C* I would just rather get this Yamaha 5C. You could be all your life without playing a Bari Sax and this piece will surprise you. Very easy to play and easy to maintain a balance in volume!!! If you still want to go cheaper just get the Rico Royal, ITS BETTER THAN ANY OTHER BRAND IN THE MARKET and I did not make up this one, it is what my friend that has being playing the Bari for 50 years says!!!
This is an awesome mouthpiece. I just started playing bari a few months ago after 2.5 years or so of playing alto. It gives a nice, bulky sound in the low register, and a pure, clean sound in the upper register. Goes well with any basic ligature (I use a Selmer, but any basic metal band lig. will do the job), and 2.5 Rico royal reeds. DO NOT USE #2 REEDS!!! (Wimpy sound)
I started on one of these mouthpieces when I learned to play Bari. It's good for learning to play, but the higher registers tend to be sharp. If you are going to be in a marching band, jazz band, or any more involved group, I would recommend a different mouthpiece. Again, this is a good starter piece, but it can't play as loud or project as well as a hard rubber or metal piece.
this mouthpiece is great for marching band. I had one and even on my backup(Out of commission) reeds it would play perfectly in tune. then in band class it broke cause it fell sadly. i am getting another one cause my old school mouthpieces are junk or play squeaky
oh and started out on this when i started playing bari full time cause i used to play alto
I use this piece in my earlier years, though i haven't really played that long, but all and all if you want to get started on bari or your just having projection and tone quality this mouthpiece is for you.
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