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Vandoren V16 Ebonite Baritone Saxophone Mouthpiece B7 

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Specially developed for jazz players.

The V16 Hard Rubber Mouthpieces are inspired by the sound of the greatest jazzmen from the fifties to the present. The V16 mouthpiece blows easily and sounds great. These mouthpieces have great punch, yet maintain a smooth tone at any dynamic level. The V16 is available with 3 tip opening sizes: B5, B7, and B9. B5 is flexible in playing and application. B7 has the qualities of the V5 series B75 with the sound of the V16. B9 brings out the baritone's power. Vandoren JAVA, V16 and ZZ reeds are recommended for these mouthpieces.

  • Vintage 50's tone
  • Ebonite body
  • Three tip opening sizes

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V16 Ebonite Baritone Saxophone Mouthpiece Specifications:

  • Model: B5 (SM831)
  • Material: Ebonite
  • Tip opening: 255mm
  • Facing length: medium long
  • Model: B7 (SM833)
  • Material: Ebonite
  • Tip opening: 275mm
  • Facing length: medium long
  • Model: B9 (SM835)
  • Material: Ebonite
  • Tip opening: 310mm
  • Facing length: long
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  • Easy To Use
  • Remarkably Low Resistance


    Best Uses

    • Backup
    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Vandoren V16 Ebonite Baritone Saxophone Mouthpiece:

    Lovely piece with minimal resistance and beautiful clear sound. Big contrast to the growl of my Metalite 9, and even cleaner than my metal Yani-7. This is a large mouthpiece and as a metal mouthpiece player I have to work to get to the right spot on this one, moreso than the Metalite. If you like a freeblowing mouthpiece with a clean tone, this is an excellent choice!

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