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Theo Wanne MANTRA Tenor Metal Saxophone Mouthpiece
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The MANTRA mouthpiece has a huge core sound along with an amazing bite and edge. Though designed with the traditional sound in mind, it is not an Ott...Click To Read More About This Product
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The MANTRA mouthpiece has a huge core sound along with an amazing bite and edge. Though designed with the traditional sound in mind, it is not an Otto Link copy. Its unique rollover baffle, square window, and medium chamber, along with Theo Wanne's advanced manufacturing techniques make this a standout in the mouthpiece market.
Like Theo Wanne's other mouthpieces, the MANTRA uses his incredibly advanced CAD manufacturing techniques. However, a new proprietary manufacturing methodology has allowed this series to be available at an even more competitive price.
With their unique core-focused tone, Theo Wanne legendary quality, and a new competitive price, the Core Sound Series mouthpieces are an incredible value in the professional mouthpiece market.
Versatile and warm, big core sound
Unique square window
Theo Wanne legendary quality
Order today and your horn will be livelier than ever.
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Comments about Theo Wanne MANTRA Tenor Metal Saxophone Mouthpiece:
Mantra mouthpieces are matched up with Mantra sax
tenor and soprano, it's hard to get any sound clips of the mouthpiece on another brand of sax, I play a Yamaha custom Ex soprano and tenor, looking for more edge on soprano was using hr Gaia soprano and metal gaia on tenor(great mouthpieces) I was surprised at the great depth of sound and clarity on soprano I decided to order one for Tenor, it is not to bright and buzzy
it reminds me a little of my Lawton metal mouthpiece but has a deeper clarity of sound from one end of the horn to the other, It really does link you more closely to the horn, fingers can move much quicker very responsive mouthpiece. highly recommended, I have already emailed Theo Wanne about setting up sound clips of his Mantra sax and mouthpieces with different setups both mouthpiece and horn can stand on there own!!!!!