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Rico Graftonite Baritone Sax Mouthpiece, B5

Style:B5 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 co...

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Piece

(4 reviews)
Sound

(3 reviews)
Bari

(2 reviews)
Surface

(2 reviews)
Ligature

(2 reviews)
Equipment

(1 reviews)
Mouth

(2 reviews)
Embouchure

(1 reviews)
School

(1 reviews)
Now.price

(1 reviews)

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Reviews around piece (5.00 of 5)

  • Quick and to the point - some people love this piece as much as $300-400 mouthpieces
  • They are affordable mouth pieces and seem to do a serviceable job job.
  • The Rico Graftionite (I'll refer to it as RGM) mouthpieces have been a breakthough in inexpensive yet well constructed and designed pieces
  • To be fair, I'm playing an ANCIENT Martin saxophone and this is a more modern piece, and it may be that the two were simply not meant for each other

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Reviews around sound (5.00 of 5)

  • I have also performed on these and they do offer a great sound
  • and I think the sound is superior to the stock Yani mouthpiece
  • Average m/p fair sound

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Reviews around bari (5.00 of 5)

  • my sons school Bari Saxhe likes it , says sound is much
  • Great bari mouthpiece for students or those on a budget.

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Reviews around surface (5.00 of 5)

  • The surface is slippery (even when cleaned with a detergent or ammonia)
  • The slick surface of the RGM and the slick (gold plated

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Reviews around ligature (5.00 of 5)

  • Will you ever learn?Send me a free ligature that actually fits this
  • Finding an appropriate ligature has been impossible

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Reviews around equipment (5.00 of 5)

  • would work, but, as a professional, I need equipment to work well initially

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Reviews around mouth (5.00 of 5)

  • They are affordable mouth pieces and seem to do a serviceable job job.
  • Great replacement mouth piece good price.

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Reviews around embouchure (5.00 of 5)

  • it could just be that my embouchure is not flexible enough

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Reviews around school (5.00 of 5)

  • my sons school Bari Saxhe likes it , says sound is much

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Reviews around now.price (5.00 of 5)

  • now.price was good , If he owned the Sax I would have bought a better

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More about Rico Graftonite Baritone Sax Mouthpiece, B5

  • Style:B5 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 crackAt 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 From the Manufacturer The B5 Graftonite Baritone Saxophone mouthpiece features the medium B chamber for the most brilliance and projection, a .100" tip opening, and a 25mm 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.