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The Clarinet BBoard. Looking at your pics, I think it may be a sax trimmer. I will have to go check mine, but I believe a standard reed fits on the table and the tip matches up to the blade, getting a nice contoured shape that fits a mouthpiece just fine.
Seller: saxquest. We do not see a lot of these come through these days. The A is a fairly standard concert band mouthpiece.
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This used tenor saxophone mouthpiece is in good condition for its age. A great sounding small chamber jazz sound with a 6 tip opening. Items must be returned in original, as-shipped condition with all original packaging and no signs of use.
In choosing it or, to be more accurate, having it chosen for me at the tender age of 10, I was following in the very hip footfalls of Cannonball Adderley, Lou Donaldson, Charles McPherson and Phil Woods, to name just a few illustrious Meyer devotees. Other manufacturers made great mouthpieces back then, but the sound of modern-jazz alto was and still is largely the sound of the New York Meyer. Over the years, other mouthpiece makers have sought to recapture the greatness of the vintage Meyers.