"I was very pleased the first time I played this mouthpiece and was amazed to find it's even a little better than the vintage piece it was based on for the sound I'm trying to get. It has a good, clear response in all registers and most importantly, it offers me the flexibility of tone color that thus far I had only been able to find in older mouthpieces. I hope you enjoy playing it as much as I do.” – Chris Potter
Material: Metal, Natural Bronze
Tip Opening: .105"
Legends Series mouthpieces are officially licensed mouthpiece reproductions modeled after the originals used by the world’s most iconic musicians. The creation of the Legends Series line begins with and features 3D scanning and post processing services by Konica Minolta’s 3D Scanning Labs, state of the art laboratory. Konica Minolta technicians capture highly precise scan data, capturing the unique characteristics of each original piece, thus matching the exact geometry of the original. Once the scan process is completed, the scan data is paired with highly specialized software to clean, align and create high quality CAD models. From an archival standpoint, Konica Minolta’s 3D scan models of the mouthpieces are exact representations of the original. The formal production process begins once the CAD models arrive in the RS Berkeley shop, where molds are then crafted. Master mouthpiece maker and designer, Jack Onque oversees every element of the process, from design to hand finishing to ensure the highest possible quality and accuracy of each authentic reproduction. Our new revolutionary process allows the reed to seat better on the lay portion of the mouthpiece, providing an air tight bond that enables improved vibration on the rails and tip opening. The process also frees up the chamber, delivering uniformed resonance and maximum projection.
Legends Series mouthpieces are designed and crafted in the United States. All mouthpieces shipped to US destinations are shipped directly from the RS Berkeley shop.
Returns and Exchanges
• The customer has (10) ten days from the time of delivery as a trial basis to request credit, exchange, or refund. After 10 days, all sales are final. Please note: No refunds for original shipping charges/fees. It is the customer’s responsibility to absorb the cost for all return shipping charges/fees. Item(s) must be returned with original packaging. All returns will be assessed a $10.00 Sterilization Fee and 15% Restocking Fee
• US Customers: Orders are drop-shipped from RS Berkeley and, therefore, all returns and exchanges require an RS Berkeley authorization number. Contact RS Berkeley for this number. Returns will not be accepted unless accompanied by an authorization number.
• Non-US Customers: All returns and exchanges require an authorization number from jazzbooks.com. Contact jazzbooks.com for an authorization number. Returns will not be accepted unless accompanied by an authorization number.
• During the trial basis it is highly recommended that you do not use a metal ligature, as this may scratch/chip/alter the original condition of the item. If an item is authorized for return and is found to have scratches/chips/aesthetic defects (as a result of trial) during the inspection process, any refund, exchange or credit will be forfeited and the customer will be responsible to absorb the cost on return shipping back to them.
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