Other mouthpieces, ligatures and necks


Tenor saxophone mouthpieces available


List updated 5. April 2024            Recent changes in red

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See also the "Bargains"-List of Mouthpieces for 49 each

Unless stated otherwise, the mouthpieces are used and are sold without ligature and cap.
Mouthpieces will be shipped from Denmark.

Sales are private meaning that returns are not accepted unless agreed upon on beforehand. Mouthpieces are sold as is.
Therefore, please ask all questions before buying.

Chamber sizes are all measured by me
Metal Mouthpieces
Brand

Tip
Chamber / Facing mm
NB: Price in Euros. Shipping cost and bank fees will be added
Price
Selmer
.067"
XSmall / 19
Selmer "Jazz" C*. This model has the  horse-shoe chamber.  170
Wolfe Tayne
.080"
Small / 21-22
Wolfe Tayne 6 (Number is stamped on the table, which means that it is from the period when Wolfe Tayne still owned the brand.)  Gold plated brass. Sideways milling marks on table, pronounced baffle. Original (Keilwerth style) ligature. Poor man's Guardala King
140
Wolfe Tayne
.079"
Small / 24
Wolfe Tayne 6 (on table) with original Keilwerth-style lig. Chrome plating partly worn off. This is for the player who likes resistance when blowing.Tone is full, slightly rough and quite loud.
140
Wolfe Tayne
.086"
Small / 24
Wolfe Tayne 7 (on table),   chrome-plated (brass?)  with original Keilwerth-style lig and cap. Good player with a modern raspy tone, well suited for R&B and Rock. Rigotti 2,5
140
Yanagisawa
.110"
Small / 24
Yanagisawa 9 Old logo (lyre)  Has been played for a period by Bob Rockwell. Silver plating missing on table and partly on top. Ligature and cap. Super player with a bright tone but also a good core. Sounds the way a good Dukoff Miami ought to sound. Reed 2,5
170
David A. Zagar
.099"
Small / 25
David A. Zagar (Hot School 7) Modeled after a Fla. Link Plays like a Dukoff Hollywood ?
150
Mouthpieces made from Hard Rubber (Ebonit), plastic and other materials
Brand
Material
Tip
Chamber / Facing mm
NB: Price in Euros. Shipping cost and bank fees will be added
Price
Berg Larsen
HR
.084"
XSmall / 25
Berg Larsen Slant signature Precision "90" Boat table. Scoop Bill. Bullet Chamber.  Marked Pats. Pend. on shaft. Very early Berg (from around WW.2. These were exceptional mouthpieces. Don't be afraid of the small tip. Stan Getz played a Link #5. This mpc has a medium bright sound with a good core. very versatile mouthpiece. Can play loud but also subtones easily. A real bargain.
360
Berg Larsen HR
.124"
XSmall / 31
Marbled HR 120/2/SMS Bullet Chamber. Like new, with original ligature and clear plastic cap 
110
Brilhart
Plastic
.095"
Medium / 23
Brilhart Tonalin Streamline "Designed by" 4*. S/n 1086 This is a very early Brilhart, made in the fall of 1940. My own preferred mouthpiece until I got a Dukoff Hollywood. It comes with original Brilhart plastic cap and probably the best ligature I have tried - a gold plated Charles Bay Baroque. Shank is not cracked, but I have secured it with silk thread and epoxy.
249
Buffet
HR
.089"
Medium / 22
Buffet Crampon E. Straight sidewalls in chamber. Very fine shape. Looks like the Selmer USA blank. Very easy to blow. The sound is darkish, warm. Not much edge. Can play loud if needed. Original Buffet Crampon ligature. Reed 2,5
165
Conn
Plastic
.083"
Medium / 22
Conn "Comet" 5 with original brass ligature. Easy to blow. Reed #3. Made by Runyon for Conn and included with the Conn "Connstellation" saxophones. The Connstellation was only made for alto but the mouthpiece was also made for tenor saxophone.
110
d'Addario
HR
.103"
XSmall / 23
D'Addario Select Jazz D6M s/n 002637. Good player with a rather bright tone. This model is based on a Freddie Gregory Mark IV mouthpiece. Very well suited for modern jazz.
110
Frank Wells
HR
.100"
XSmall / 24
Frank Wells mouthpiece with "Keyhole-shaped" window. This is the design which Frank Wells has patented (USP 4,449,439) in 1982. The mouthpiece can play very loud and penetrating. It is also possible to subtone softly, but it is clearly made for music of the 80's, Tower of Power and funk. Very easy to play, but more difficult to master.
249
Frank Wells
HR
.086"
XSmall / 23
Frank Wells Low baffle mouthpiece. Straight slanted side walls. Plays easily from bottom to top. Good versatile tone depending on reed. Darker with a harder reed. Made by the man who refaced for John Coltrane, Eric Dolphy, Harry Carney and many others.
199
Lelandais
HR
.073"
XSmall / 24
Lelandais "Trompette" V The mouthpiece has the special "horisontal oval"-shaped chamber. Thereby it has a small chamber first which opens up to a larger chamber. This gives both brilliance and body to the tone. Plays well with a Rigotti Jazz #4
138

Morgan
HR
.092"
Small / 25
Morgan Jazz 6M s/n 18029. I believe it was made while Ralph was still alive. Very good player, as all Morgan mouthpieces. Tone is neutral with some edge. Can play loud. Reed Rigotti 3.
220
The Woodwind Company HR
.065"
Large / 21
Meliphone Special (The Woodwind Company) B5* (On table) Metal on shank.
140