Beginner or Pro : It’s All The same

Beginner or Pro : It’s All The same

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When it comes to playing soprano saxophone, we are all equal.

How can that be?

I’ve had the same response from beginning players and from seasoned pro players:

  • This balanced mouthpiece is a revelation
  • It makes playing soprano a joy
  • Everyone heard the difference immediately
  • Now I love the sound I am getting
  • I can’t put the horn down and I blame you

There are a million reasons why this is so but, most importantly, it just is!

You can think what you like, but once you play on a balanced soprano mouthpiece, you will KNOW ! And I guarantee it, 100% so that there is absolutely NO RISK to you. I know what an amazing difference a great soprano piece makes and I want you to know it, too.

Here’s what a few beginning soprano players said about their Sopranoplanet mouthpieces:

I’m certain that many of your clients are professionals or highly accomplished musicians who have the skills and experience to identify the best possible mouthpiece for their needs. As a beginner on the soprano saxophone, I was at first hesitant to contact you about a mouthpiece, thinking that it would be best to wait until my understanding of the instrument was more developed. I would like to tell  other beginners, not to wait! The SS that you rebalanced for me is a revelation; it extends the possibilities of tone where my previous mouthpiece merely produced sound. The SS now plays effortlessly from top to bottom with a rich core and a comfortable, easy-blowing attitude. Thank you for advancing my enjoyment of the soprano saxophone and for giving me a mouthpiece that will help me to grow as a musician for years to come.”  

And….

“I recently tried a few other mouthpieces. Of course, your Open Sky 2 beats them badly. The point is … now I understand why I like it so much apart from the sound it produces. When I started on Sop, I bought this one from you right away so I never really understood some difficulties associate with sop playing. Now I think I do (a bit more ha,ha). While very flexible and easy to play on, I now realise how hard it is to mess up intonation on this mouthpiece. The other mouthpieces just give me the feeling of “uncertainty” and sounds / intonation are just all over the place. Same embouchure, same horns. Your open sky 2 just sings and I never really have to care much about intonation. That’s all I just wanted to share. Amazing work. Thank you!”

And here’s what a VERY famous pro said about his rebalanced mouthpiece:

“I always thought that soprano mouthpieces were pretty much one and the same from piece to piece. I now know differently. Joe has made me a piece that makes it so easy to get to what I want to do with the horn. By far the best soprano piece that I’ve owned. Thank you Joe for your beautiful work.”