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Sylvain Rifflet tenor saxophone mouthpiece
2.8 / 10
3.1 / 10
"Easy to play"
Easy to play despite the big tip opening and it helps me get the sound I'd like.
" I literally recommend it to any sax player i run into"
At this point, this is my primary piece and it fluctuates least during cold-hot temps, of my tenor pieces. I literally recommend it to any sax player i run into.
"It's not too bright, a little bit dark in the low notes"
It's very easy to play when you find the appropriate reed. It's a pleasure to play, it makes a beautiful sound. It's not too bright, a little bit dark in the low notes. Wonderful.
It's beautiful! It's blue! It does a unique sound, precise and with a perfect intonation on all the register. And it stays warm.
French musician living in Paris, his main instruments are tenor saxophone and clarinet. He also plays flutes and toy instruments such as music box, toy piano and metalophone. He studied saxophone with Pascal Dupont, Michel Goldberg and Philippe Portejoie. Graduted from Paris conservatory, he has played in many french and european big-bands: Le Gros Cube (Alban Darche), Le Sacre du Tympan (Fred Pallem), Pandemonium (F.Jeanneau) etc …