Bari - BCGT5 Cyclone Tenor Sax Mouthpiece #5 (0.85) - Gold

Item # MR0575*
| Mfg # BCGT5*
| UPC #
Our Price: $354.97
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CYCLONE - Tenor Sax
  • Vortex Chamber – This Vortex Technology is a one-of-kind chamber to project sound and enhances air flow.
  • Unique patent pending baffle design allows for quick responsiveness and effortless playability.
  • Adjustable patent pending dual ligatures reduce pressure points on reed along with the ability to adjust positions for optimal sound and timbre.
  • The patent pending tenon is designed for Tone Enhancing Control Technology.
  • A powerhouse of sound unlike anything ever seen or heard.
  • Available in gold and black chrome.

Facings: 5* (.085), 6 (.090), 6* (.095), 7 (.100), 7* (.105), 8 (.110), 8* (.115), 9 (.120),
9* (.125), 10 (.130)


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Bari began with one man's mission to achieve a unique sound. Wolfe Taninbaum, the designer of the original Bari reeds and mouthpieces, was a musician who played under the stage name of Wolfe Tayne. After years of trying to perfect cane reeds, he turned to synthetics and in 1952 developed his first synthetic reed. It was the first one to gain acceptance from some of the world's top musicians.