Selmer (Paris) S421 Super Session Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece, E

Item # MP127E
| Mfg # S421E
| UPC # 641064046018
Our Price: $205.20
Retail: $397.00 | You Save: 48%
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The new Super Session saxophone mouthpiece has been specially designed for Jazz playing, but is also suitable for more academic playing. The outside shape makes it look a little different from the traditional Selmer (Paris) design; the inner conception of the chamber gives this mouthpiece very attractive playing features required by modern players.

A wide dynamic range enabling a great adaptation capacity to various contexts, an unequaled flexibility to switch easily from triple piano to fortissimo with maximum control and a generous and centered tone. Super Session is a high level professional mouthpiece which definitely improves any saxophone playing.

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Henri Selmer began manufacturing clarinets and mouthpieces in Paris, 1885. In 1948 the successful Bundy plastic clarinet was introduced, and today Selmer is known for high-quality worldwide including saxophones, clarinets and trumpets along with many accessories.
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