Meyer Alto Saxophone mouthpieces decided to bring back this design ( known as the G series) due to the demand from players worldwide. These Meyer alto mouthpieces are made on the old Gregory design--hence G series-- that proved so successful that both Paul Desmond and Cannonball Adderley at one time played them. Their straight through chamber design and unique dense ebonite, with a medium style baffle, meant that this was a Meyer Alto saxophone mouthpiece that would uniquely allow the saxophonist to develop their own individual sound. Available in 5, 6, and 7 lays they offer a totally proven design that can meet any professional demand that the saxophone player is required to fulfill. The G series by Meyer alto mouthpieces--using the proven past to meet the music of today.
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Brilliant, John was excellent. Knowledge terrific
My son tried many mouthpieces and chose this one for its lovely sound. Not the most expensive one either.
Was recommended for my vintage 1928 silver plated Buescher to buy a Meyer Series G Number 6 mouthpiece with a Woodstone ligature to suit. With that combination I produce a full deep tenor-like sound in low register, suited for "PInk Panther" /Websterish and bluesy playing and speaks easily with good control of volume and pitch; perhaps too wide aperture for easy control in higher registers, but rather dry and for me not light and liquid enough for faster playing like Desmond Am using Vandoren Java No. 2 reeds-will alter choice of reed and see if that works better ?
Ordered this mouthpiece with dawkes and they were extremely helpful in all my correspondences. Next day delivery. Great sound and as stated, very reminiscent of the Cannonball Adderly/ Paul Desmond sound of the past. You cant go wrong. But you should at least try it for yourself first!
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