JodyJazz DV 7 Alto with Rico H Lig and Cap - $400
These play really easily with particularly low resistance in all registers. It has lots of power and brightness but is not nearly as bright as it looks. It has a pretty balanced spectrum of lows, mids, and highs. There is no damage and the rails and tip are particularly nice. It is very reed-friendly. The tip opening measures .085" which seems a little big but it really plays as easily as a 5 or 6 in most other mouthpieces. Jody says that most people will use a harder reed or a bigger tip opening when switching to the DV and I would agree with that 100%.
*Brand New* Morgan 7L Alto with new Rover Light Lig & Cap - $269
Here is an excellent handmade hard rubber piece with a very dark and warm sound. If you put a lot of air into the mouthpiece and like a big open, neutral-to-dark mouthpiece, this is about as good as it gets. Tip opening measures .080"
Theo Wanne NY Bros 7 Alto Mint Condition - $275
Here is a really great NY Meyer copy from Theo. Tip opening measures .080" and blows very easily.
SOLD - Theo Wanne Gaia2 8 Mint with Ligature and Cap - $400
This is the new 2nd generation Gaia2 which seems to be darker than the original Gaia. It's in mint condition and includes the original Wanne Enlightened Ligature and reed replacer cap, leather pouch and box. I just installed a brand new Wanne bite pad too. This is a great player!
SOLD - "The Bird Mouthpiece!" Original Great Neck NY Vintage Brilhart Streamline Tonalin Alto with Original 3-Band Ligature and Cap! 5-Digit Serial Number, Measures .075" - $850
This is a very special and rare collectible piece! This is the mouthpiece that Charlie Parker was known for playing most often. This one is stamped 2* but as usual, the stamped number means nothing with most Brilharts. It measures .075", about the equivalent of a modern Meyer 6. There is no damage, no cracks, and the tip and rails are perfect. This is from the Great Neck NY period and has a 5-digit serial number. The Streamline pieces from this era did not have the Great Neck stamp like their non-Streamline counterparts. These are very similar to the regular Tonalin pieces from this period except the body and inner chamber are slightly thinner and narrower which gives a bit more focus to the sound. This is a very strong player and is extremely rare and collectible. That is the original ligature and cap for this Streamline.