Guardala King Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece  

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GuardalaKing Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece
 
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4.0

Awesome bass however difficult high note

By Victor França

from Espirito santo, Brasil

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  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

Cons

  • Difficult To Use

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    Comments about Guardala King Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece:

    I've bought the product and I Liked it, but it´s not easy to control the high notes. It´s too "open" which makes it harder to blow. Otherwise the mouthpiece provides a full bass and medium sounds! Maybe MB model may be better!

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    5.0

    worth the trial

    By Werner

    from Germany

    Comments about Guardala King Tenor Saxophone Mouthpiece:

    great mouthpiece in fact (I purchased the silver one). plays easy with light response and effortless creation of loud lines. the tone may be found by some people not the one expected from a warm sounding tenor sax, but it is well suited for loud environments like big bands or electric combos. It is really worth the trial and sure you will find situations to use it. top tones very easy, as well.

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