Kirk Whalum


The V5 series is characterized by a traditional round chamber. These mouthpieces are available in a wide variety of models that suit classical and jazz musicians.


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S27 Easy to play, homogeneity of sound, beautifully rounded.
S15 The standard soprano mouthpiece.
S25 More open than the S15, greatly appreciated for its register flexibility, suits both classical and jazz.
S35 The jazz mouthpiece.

Susan Fancher


The favorite of classical saxophonists.
The conception of this series was the fruit of research on both external shape (particularly the beak) and sound, in order to meet the needs of today’s saxophone players.


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SL3 Very easy blowing, particularly versatile, meets all needs.
SL4 A little more open than the SL3, this mouthpiece rapidly became a standard with saxophonists.
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Julius Tolentino


The soprano mouthpiece is available in 3 different tip openings and a single chamber.

JAVA, V16 and ZZ reeds are more particularly recommended for these mouthpieces. Mouthpieces inspired by the sounds of the greatest Jazz players from the fifties to the present.


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S6 Very comfortable, easy blowing.
S7 The ideal synthesis between blowing ease and richness of sound.
S8 Perfect balance between power and flexibility.
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