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Rico Graftonite Soprano Sax Mouthpiece, B7

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B7
  • B7 model for Soprano saxophone
  • Tip opening: .065"
  • Facing length: 19mm
  • Durable; will not chip or crack
  • Available in three tip openings and one chamber
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Rico Graftonite Soprano Sax Mouthpiece, B7 + Hemke Soprano Sax Reeds, Strength 2.5, 5-pack
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Product Details

Style Name: B7
  • Product Dimensions: 3.9 x 0.9 x 1.4 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007Z7VSW
  • Item model number: RRGMPCSSXB7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,595 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 16, 2004

Product Description

Style: B7

From the Manufacturer

The B7 Graftonite Soprano Saxophone mouthpiece features the medium B chamber for the most brilliance and projection, a .065" tip opening, and a 19mm facing length. Each Graftonite mouthpiece is made from durable polycarbonate material and is pitched at A=440.

Designed by the world's leading mouthpiece designer, Arnold Brilhart, the Graftonite line of mouthpieces incorporates revolutionary materials to achieve ease of tone production and a wide range of tonal colors.

Since the acquisition of Rico by D'Addario & Co., Rico has strengthened its position as the global leader in woodwind reeds and accessories. Rico's state-of-the-art reed research center in Southern California employs a collaboration of agronomists, scientists, and musicians to produce top-quality reeds, including Rico Reserve premium reeds for clarinet and saxophone. Rico reeds are designed to benefit all levels of musicians, from the beginner to the seasoned professional. Many of the world's finest woodwind players perform with Rico reeds, such as Mark Nuccio, Jerry Bergonzi, Chris Potter, Benny Golson, Ernie Watts, Bob Sheppard, Henri Bok, Richie Hawley, Eric Alexander, and many more.

Product Description

Designed in the 1980's by the world's leading mouthpiece designer Arnold Brilhart, the Graftonite line of mouthpieces incorporates revolutionary materials to achieve ease of tone production with a wide range of tonal colors.

•Available in three facings
•Ease of tone production and playability
•Wide range of tonal colors
•Durability-wont chip or crack

At its San Fernando Valley facility, Rico has a state-of-the-art reed research center, and employs the collaboration of agronomists, scientists, and musicians to produce top-quality reeds that include Rico Reserve premium reeds for clarinet and saxophone. Rico reeds are designed to benefit all levels of musicians from the beginner to the seasoned professional. Many of the world's finest clarinetists and saxophonists use Rico brand reeds, such as Anthony McGill, Mark Nuccio, Jessica Phillips, Jerry Bergonzi, Chris Potter, Benny Golson, Ernie Watts, Bob Sheppard, Walter Boeykens, Seiji Yokokawa, Philippe Geiss, Diastema Saxophone Quartet, and many more. For more information, visit RicoReeds.com


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By richd640 on November 5, 2011
Style Name: B3 Verified Purchase
I laughed when I read the other review that compared this inexpensive Rico mouthpiece to an expensive "professional" mouthpiece. I AM a professional musician and I use this mouthpiece to perform - there is NO comparison between this inexpensive Rico mouthpiece and a professional mouthpiece - why would anyone waste so much money on an overpriced "pro" mouthpiece when they can buy several of these for a fraction of the cost of one "pro" piece? These mouthpieces are made to play - period - and they do so wonderfully without sending me to the poor house! Thanks, Rico, for making a valuable mouthpiece available to everyone not blessed with a million dollar bank account balance.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Life Starts Now on June 8, 2011
Style Name: B3
I have owned many mouthpieces over the years, and the Rico Royal was the first in my long history of mouthpieces. The Rico Royal actually has a really bright tone to it, making it great for small Jazz pieces. It is really smooth going from High registers, down to the lows. I own a Selmer C* S80, E. Rousseau Signature classic, a Brillhart 2* Ebolin, and the Rico Royal. Of the 4, I always go back to the Rico Royal for pieces requiring a bright tone from my horn.

If you are going for a bright, jazzy tone, I highly recommend this mouthpiece for the price and the quality that is received.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mike F on January 18, 2011
Style Name: B5 Verified Purchase
I was told when looking for saxophone mouthpieces Rico was a good place to look because of the price. The mouthpiece that came withn my soprano wasn't open enough and the Rico mouthpiece gave me the chance to experiment without spending a load. I also have two Rico's for my tenor.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Saxman on March 22, 2013
Style Name: B5 Verified Purchase
This reasonably priced mouthpiece is a good first step up from a very cheap mouthpiece that came with an inexpensive soprano sax I recently bought. I'm an experienced alto and tenor player, and wanted to add the soprano to my repertoire without shelling out too much money......yet. Eventually I'll step up to a more professional mouthpiece and a Selmer or equivalent horn, however, this Rico Graftonite mouthpiece is very acceptable for the price.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jan R. Klincewicz on January 9, 2010
Style Name: B3 Verified Purchase
I am not an equipment freak,so I decided to try some of these Graftonites. They are NOT bad, but played right next to a hand-refaced $200 piece, it is easy to see why there is a difference in price. If you're strapped for cash, this is probably better than the stock piece that comes with a beginner sax.
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