Victor Raimondeau tenor saxophone mouthpiece
9.4 / 10
9.4 / 10
"It's easy to play and has great intonation and articulation"
This mouthpiece is the only one in my sax case now. It's easy to play and has great intonation and articulation. But beyond that, it's the sound that's the high point. The sound can flex depending on what you need to play. Ballads can be played with softness and depth, and at blues/rock gigs, it can cut through in with power and focus while retaining warmth.
My Syos mouthpiece is a perfect mix of power and brightness. It has a well balance of ease of playing and resistance so I can can get a warm, centered and powerful sound.
Victor Raimondeau is a young and talented french saxophone players. He first learnt with Antoine Larche and Luigi Grasso and then discovered a totally different approach with Guillaume Perret. In 2017 he won a scolarship for the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Since late 2018 he is a member of Caravan Palace.