In 1885 Henri Selmer began making reeds, mouthpieces, and clarinets in Paris. Today, Selmer Paris is a leading manufacturer and the choice instrument of clarinet and saxophone professionals around the world. The Selmer Soloist mouthpieces for alto saxophone were inspired by the older Soloist model manufactured in the 1940s. Features include a round throat and traditional bead design. Precision tooled from a hard rubber bar, its inner chamber offers a nice direct volume with a warm, focused sound to play both jazz and classical repertoire.
Selmer’s mouthpieces have been recognised as some of the best in the world and have achieved huge worldwide sales.
The Selmer Soloist, inspired by the older Soloist model manufactured in the 1940s, was re-released in 2002. The new Soloist has all the qualities that made its older version s successful: a focused, warm and homogeneous sound that allows a lot of playability and precision, especially in the lower notes.
Selmer's Soloist is machined from ebonite, a hard rod rubber that results in exceptional stability.
The tone chamber is finished by hand. The mouthpiece is mounted on a vice allowing the highly qualified operator to manually round-off the roof, the sides and the baffle.
- Jazz mouthpiece
- Tip Opening: 1.80mm
- Facing Length: 24mm
No customer reviews for the moment.