BARI Ebonite - Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece

Code: BB9954
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Bari have created an imaginative product after many years of study and experimentation.

They have not invented anything new...just improved it. You'll be pleasantly surprised at the response of the two extreme registers. The low register is sonorous...the highs have their own pocket for continuity of sound and intonation.

Supplied without cap & lig.

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Bari began with one man's mission to achieve a unique sound. Wolfe Taninbaum, the designer of the original Bari reeds and mouthpieces was a musician who played under the stage name of Wolfe Tayne for such famous orchestras as Les Brown, Benny Goodman and Jimmy Dorsey. He also sat in with the CBS and NBC orchestras. Early on, Wolfe became so frustrated with the inconsistency of playable reeds that he began to make his own. After years of trying to perfect cane reeds, he turned to synthetics. In 1952 he developed his first synthetic reed. It was also the first one to gain acceptance from some of the world's top musicians. Wolfe's innovations didn't stop there. he also helped create a unique facing for alto and tenor mouthpieces that Otto Link applied to his larger chamber blanks, calling it the "WT." It produced a dark, husky resonance that was coveted by saxophonists and fetched top dollar. Today's WT II and WT III mouthpieces are improved designs of the original. Now you can achieve that same coveted sound.

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"Couldnt be happier with my first upgrade"
Im new to the Saxophone having started learning earlier this year on a starter Sakkusu Tenor supplied by I found that I wanted to try for a more interesting sound and discovered that a new mouthpiece could be the answer. However I didnt want to pay as much as the Saxophone on a new mouthpiece and there are few options in between these and the basic mouthpiece supplied with the Saxophone. Yes I chose the Bari on price but mostly because it promised a more interesting sound. And it delivers. Im an old early 80s Ska fan and hoped itd help my playing sound more authentic, which it does without question. An added bonus came from the fact that my Saxophone now stays in a more consistent state of tune.
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