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Meyer MR-402-5MM Rubber Alto Sax Mouthpiece

4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
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  • Rubber alto saxophone mouthpiece - #5MM
  • Tip opening: 0.071"
  • Excellent and clear response ranging from the very low notes all the way to altissimo
  • This along with being very easy-blowing and having a very rich and full tone quality makes this a very good choice for a wide range of saxophonists - from beginner to pro
  • A Ligature and Mouthpiece Cap are included with every Meyer Mouthpiece
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Product Description

One of the most respected names in the mouthpieces business is Meyer, and the Meyer Mouthpiece is one of the reasons why. Meyer Alto Saxophone Mouthpieces have excellent and clear response ranging from the very low notes all the way to altissimo. This along with being very easy-blowing and having a very rich and full tone quality makes this a very good choice for a wide range of saxophonists - from beginner to pro. NOTE: Meyer Mouthpieces include both a ligature and cap.

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Item Weight 2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 4.4 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Origin Made in USA
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ASIN B0002E1OZE
Item model number MR-402-5MM
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4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #27,631 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#40 in Musical Instruments > Instrument Accessories > Wind & Woodwind Accessories > Mouthpieces > Saxophone > Alto Sax
Date first available at Amazon.com July 10, 2007

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I love this! My sax teacher suggested I quit the plain 4c plastic crap and go for a hard rubber mouth peice for jazz use, but this responds so well that I use it when playing any genre of music. I would definitely suggest bringing your horn to a music store and trying a few different sizes out first.

The ligatures they come with leak too much air and make me sound muffled, so I'd suggest purchasing a Rovner Mark III C-1RL Alto Saxophone Ligature and Cap or any Rovner Ligature, its completely worth the money!

This mouth peice is the last mouth peice you'll ever need to buy. It gives off a rich, deep tone, responds to any dynamic demand, and will raise the over all quality of your sax(I play a cheap old Antigua intermediate sax, but this mouth peice rocks any horn). If you test out different sizes you'll definitely find your soul mate.
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My mouthpiece was a generic 4c mouthpiece given with the alto i bought (it is a cheap Kingo). When i put Meyer 5m on, my sax sound and tonality immediately changed in the goodway, a more jazzy beautiful sound, my wife also liked it ( before this mouthpiece everybody in the house were escaping from my room and suggesting that i should not play saxophone, cause i sounded horrible) . However because of the narrow tip opening (5m) 0.071, it was a little bit hard for me to stabilize intonation. when you're blowing in the lower octave, almost, you don't need to apply pressure on the reed with your lower lip and teeth. Perhaps 5m is more likely for children or ladies. So i think a little bit more tip opening could be better like, 6m (0.076 ), 7m (0.081) or 8m (0.086 ) that you could easily blow the notes you wanted to in the exact intonation with more control over the reed. I mean when the tip opening decreases your control over the reed decreases also. If the tip opening increases perhaps it would be much harder to blow and causes a little more effort for your lips and face muscles but you can maintain your intonation more easily. Like in the advertisment it is "free blowing", you can blow it really easily, but needs more air than a small chamber, so your lung capacity and diafragma control should be optimal. Well i give 5 stars to Meyer, but in the following time i will change my 5m to 8m i guess.
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I tried several. Started with Yamaha 4c for last couple of years then decided I want more volume, brighter and less muffled sound. I tried the Claude Lakey and Jody Jazz Jet, both other top with edge and brighter than I wanted. They were also beyond my playing skill to do them justice. Then I tried the Vandoren v16 in 5m and it was a lot closer to what I wanted but a little harsh, touch too airy. I then tried the Selmer Soloist c** and it was my second favorite. It played with the best intonation, was very rich but too soft. It also felt stressed when playing hard. The Meyer gives me the best all around. Plenty of volume, good intonation, easy to blow and just fun! Plays band and classical and then kicks in another gear to play jazz, rock or pop. All around terrific piece!
Plays great with Java Green reeds.
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Im pretty happy using this mouthpiece, Since the First Play The Sound Was WAY Better than My Last Mouthpiece. Clear, Soft and an Excelent Sound. The Only Thing was that I had to change the Reeds' Numbers.
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This is my favorite go-to mouthpiece out of about a dozen that I own and have played regularly!
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Love the ever reliable Meyer mouthpiece, sounds great and a great price on Amazon.
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