Jody Jazz Alto HR* 6M

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Mouthpiece for Alto Saxophone

  • Tip opening: 1.98 mm
  • Material: Hard rubber
  • Suitable for both professionals and students
  • Beautiful, warm sound and feel
  • Includes mouthpiece pouch
available since September 2016
Item number 395335
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Facing Length 22,00 mm
Tip Opening 1,98 mm
Chamber Horseshoe Shape
Material Hard Rubber
Cap No
Ligature No
£139
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Great sound! Love it.
Pyghtlepete 19.10.2020
Just got my Jody Jazz Alto HR* 6m and wow what a mouthpiece. Didn't come with ligature or cap but as I knew this when I ordered it, I had already bought a Rico Gold plated H-Lig and cap for around £35, from Amazon, which fits fine. Tried out a couple of reeds, primarily La Voz Medium Soft and the D'Addario Plasticover 2.0. While the La Voz sounded fine, the Plasticover was awesome with this mouthpiece. It gives a great sound straight away across the range on my Yanagisawa A900 and is exactly the sound I wanted, bright and slightly harsh when driven but a full, warm, round sound particularly in the lower register. I'm just getting back into sax, after not playing for a while, and will probably experiment with other reeds and mouthpieces but for now this one knocks my socks off and is less than half the price of the other one I am interested in. So in summary I think it's a good price, great sound, easy to play and more expressive than my other mouthpiece. Comes with a nice protective bag. Shame I had to buy a ligature and cover but at this price it's not unusual. Glad I ordered it.
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Took a bit of bedding in but then exceeded expectations
Prodney 01.01.2021
First few days seemed frustrating and I blamed the mouthpiece to the point of considering sending it back!
But I persevered and I’m glad I did. I got used to playing it and it sounds amazing. My teacher has noticed a real improvement in tone.
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renaud.denis 06.05.2020
I love this mouthpiece. When I had to buy a Jazz Mouthpiece, I first went for a Vandoren V16 6M, which is fine, and quite cheaper. However I decided to take a shot at this JodyJazz mouthpiece after trying one I loved on my Tenor Sax, and even though it's not as popular on Alto.

I don't regret it. It's free and easy blowing, it's beautiful, obviously well made and durable, and for the first time I produce a sound I really like to hear out of my saxophone.

On the reeds side, what I like best is to combine this quite bright mouthpiece with slightly darker reeds such as Vandoren V16 2.0. Strength of 2,5 is fine too, though a bit too hard for me.
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ähnelt dem Meyer M6M
Septimon 09.01.2021
ist den Meyer-Munstücken nachempfunden und das merkt man auch. Allerdings finde ich das Original noch einen Tick besser. Die Ansprache des Jody Jazz ist allgemein leichter als beim Meyer, bei letzterem sprechen bei mir aber die ganz hohen und ganz tiefen Lagen besser an. (Selmer Blättchen 2,5, Guenot Vintage Altsaxophon). Das kann aber individuell sehr unterschiedlich sein. Der Sound ist sehr offen, allerdings finde ich, dass das Meyer noch etwas präsenter und
durchsetzungsstärker ist. Mein Ideal ist auf dem Alt ein eher offener Klang, nicht der feinere etwas nasale Dave-Brubeck-Sound.
Wer sich für dieses Mundstück interessiert, sollte vielleicht auch das Meyer M6M mal probieren oder Vandoren V16 S +.
Ich spiele auf dem Tenor auch ein JJ HR*6 und habe bisher für Tenor nichts besseres gespielt. Auf dem Alt finde ich das Meyer besser.
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