Chad Lefkowitz-Brown tenor saxophone mouthpiece

    Step baffle
    Small chamber


    7.8 / 10


    8.0 / 10

    Tenor saxophone mouthpiece
    Tenor saxophone mouthpiece
    Chad Lefkowitz-Brown tenor saxophone mouthpiece
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    Chad Lefkowitz-Brown plays with a 8* tip opening.

    8*  (0.115 inches / 2.92 mm)
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    The mouthpiece is shipped with a ligature of the same color and a mouthpiece cap.

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    Sound Shaper Comment

    A perfect mouthpiece for musicians who like to have some brightness, with flexibility and power. Easy to blow, and very good access to the altissimo!

    Francisco O.

    "It's a great mouthpiece!"
    I think it’s one of the best investments I’ve ever made for my Tenor. It’s a great mouthpiece!

    Charlie V.

    "fell comfortable in any playing situation"
    "My Syos mouthpiece gives me the sound I've wanted my entire career! The response, flexibility and power allows me to feel comfortable in any playing situation, live and in the studio..."

    Gerry A.

    "Easy access to altissimo; free blowing"
    "Love it! It played perfectly from the moment I got it. I’ve been using it exclusively for the past 5 months. Easy access to altissimo; free blowing throughout the range of the horn. I ordered a back up - it plays identically. Great value! Don’t be surprised if you don’t get the suction “pop” when you test it - it doesn’t affect the sound."

    Chad Lefkowitz-Brown

    My Syos mouthpiece helps give my sound tons of power and a thick core. It’s always super easy to play and helps me articulate clearly, even on fast lines!

    Hailed as a "sax phenom" by The New York Daily News, Chad Lefkowitz-Brown is one of the first prominent jazz musicians to emerge out of the millennial generation. He has toured globally as a soloist, and with numerous jazz artists and pop icons ranging from Arturo O’Farrill to Taylor Swift. Chad is also a member of the multi-Grammy award winning Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra, and he is on faculty at the San Francisco Conservatory as a visiting artist. Downbeat Magazine selected his latest release, “Onward” as an Editor’s Pick for 2017, commending his “technical abilities that mask the difficulty of his wondrously intricate lines.”