The Finest Vintage Soprano Mouthpieces Anywhere in the World.
The simple truth: you will find the best selection of the very best in vintage and pre-owned soprano saxophone mouthpieces right here at Sopranoplanet. I only deal in excellent playing pieces that have been checked and certified to be the real deal. There is no Ebay guess-work involved; there is no “hoping” the piece will play well. I guarantee every piece you see here. Soprano saxophone playing is highly dependent on a quality mouthpiece that is in perfect playing shape and set-up. I’ve played every one of these to make certain they are right. When I list them here, that tells you they are ready. Ask questions about them. They are each unique. Forget what you think you know about soprano mouthpieces. Unless you’ve played a good number of correctly set-up soprano pieces, you really have no idea. I know. I was in the same spot until I learned. Save a lot of frustration and start out on the path to a great soprano mouthpieces. Read what players are saying. That should tell you something. These mouthpieces don’t hang around long, either. So, be sure to inquire if you see something of interest.
Remember: Your satisfaction is guaranteed or you can return any mouthpiece for a full refund. That is a better path than “shot-in-the-dark” Ebay, I think.
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1971 Selmer Mark VI soprano saxophone “the sound”Eddie Xiques was always a first-call saxophonist in NYC and beyond. His long tenure with Thad Jones/ Mel Lewis Band, his playing with 10 Wheel Drive, Liza Minelli, McCoy Tyner, Frank Sinatra and pretty much everybody else, meant that he … Read More
Special BORGANI curved soprano sax- think Jan Garbarek!This is a very special soprano that I found after a long search. I wanted a horn like the one played by the great Jan Garbarek, the one he played on his earliest recordings on ECM. Jan’s horn was the … Read More
Vintage large chamber soprano mouthpiece (unmarked) .050Here’s a find! I see a lot of unmarked, nameless vintage large chamber soprano mouthpieces and many of them are anonymous in sound, too. So few of them get the chamber size right. Most often, the chambers are way too … Read More