Tivon Pennicott Signature Tenor Saxophone mouthpiece
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My Syos mouthpiece is uniquely comfortable for me. I can easily access my altissimo while also blowing through my low subtone notes with ease.
For years, Tivon Pennicott has been transporting audiences and listeners to a higher level of consciousness. The highly sought after saxophone player, composer and multi-instrumentalist is a three-time GRAMMY Award winner, appearing on Esperanza Spalding’s disruptive recording Radio Music Society (Heads Up International, 2012), and Gregory Porter’s Liquid Spirit (Blue Note, 2013) and Take Me to the Alley (Blue Note, 2017) .
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The ease of playing is the first thing I noticed. It blows easily from the top to bottom. No problem going from p to ff in all registers. Sound is beautiful, I favor ballads, and this delivers mellow and smooth. Im anxious to try the bari and alto piece that I have on order!
When I played the mouthpiece for the first time I felt in love with it right away. Its sound is so flexible, it ist possible to play every genre with it.
"I wanted a mouthpiece to play softly, urbanely (conversation level) in people's houses, at parties, etc. This is it! Thank you!"
I found the customer service at syos to be excellent. Though the website is very informative, I still had some questions, which were answered within minutes! Selecting a mouthpiece can be difficult and complex even under the best conditions, but syos provides plenty of guidance to help simplify the process. Shipping was prompt, with tracking information supplied.
Phenomenal experience with the wonderful people at SYOS! From customer service, to helpful website, to an amazing product! The Mouthpiece is so responsive, straight blowing, full tone and controllable! Thanks SYOS!!
yes! great sound and great comfort. this mouthpiece is so easy to play. you can play smoothly but with a good low register, or go for some funky parts. i'm tempted to increase the strength of the reeds because i'm no longer afraid of getting the low notes out and i'd gain more control and accuracy. i've been tempted by the formidable Tivon Pennicott.