David Hite DH129 Baritone Saxophone Rubber Mouthpiece with Cap and Ligature

Item # MP902
| Mfg # DH129
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The Baritone mouthpiece is recommended for a variety of playing situations: concert and stage bands, sax quartets, studios and show orchestras. It has a flat, modestly raised baffle. The table is angled in such a way that the tip of the reed is centered on the bore of the mouthpiece. This improved design gives the bari a rich lean sound rather than the old style spread, heavy tone. Both high and low registers are enhanced, and tonal flexibility is facilitated.

Medium strength reeds with good center and vibrant tip and sides (LaVoz type cut) work well with the facing and internal dimensions of the mouthpiece.

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David Hite was an American clarinetist, teacher and designer of clarinet mouthpieces. He founded the J&D Hite Mouthpiece Company and became internationally recognized for his hand-finished clarinet and saxophone mouthpieces.