Best Soprano Saxophones Mouthpieces in 2020



Henri Selmer Paris Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece Concept Review:


I am not a professional player. Just do it as a hobby. I have not tried
a lot of other mouthpieces. The ones that I've tried are fairly inexpensive.
I decided to buy something more expensive to see if it would make a difference.
It did. It's hard to put a description on sound but it sounded "warmer" to me.
I used a Van Doren 2.5 reed and a 3 reed. I like them both with this mouthpiece.
The 3 a little more. Got a great deal at Amazon for $151.



Yamaha YAC 1281 Standard Series 4C Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece (YAC1281) Review:


I bought this mouthpiece to use with a Yanagisawa soprano sax and Rovner ligature. I have other soprano mouthpieces from Selmer and Vandoren, but my first impression is that the Yamaha 4C sounds better. My soprano sax tends to be too bright-sounding, but the Yamaha 4C balances the sound with a darker tone, unlike my other mouthpieces. For ease of play, the Yamaha matches the Vandorens and betters the Selmer. A word of advice: Since this item is made of plastic, use a mouthpiece cushion, like the thick black ones from Vandoren. Considering the very reasonable price, any soprano sax player should have a Yamaha 4C.



Aibay Gold Plated Metal Bb Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece + Cap + Ligature #7 Review:


I have this piece for tenor and soprano and it's killer for the price. Solid construction and perfect intonation. If you use harder reeds with this, it can darken the tone quite nicely. Save yourself hundreds on a name brand metal piece and try this first if you are trying to find your sound or want something versatile enough to play anywhere.



Aibay Gold Plated Metal Bb Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece + Cap + Ligature #7 Review:


I have this piece for tenor and soprano and it's killer for the price. Solid construction and perfect intonation. If you use harder reeds with this, it can darken the tone quite nicely. Save yourself hundreds on a name brand metal piece and try this first if you are trying to find your sound or want something versatile enough to play anywhere.



Sax Mouthpiece, Aibay #6 Gold Plated Bb Soprano Saxophone Metal Mouthpiece + Cap + Ligature Review:


I have this piece for tenor and soprano and it's killer for the price. Solid construction and perfect intonation. If you use harder reeds with this, it can darken the tone quite nicely. Save yourself hundreds on a name brand metal piece and try this first if you are trying to find your sound or want something versatile enough to play anywhere.



Sax Mouthpiece, Aibay #6 Gold Plated Bb Soprano Saxophone Metal Mouthpiece + Cap + Ligature Review:


I have this piece for tenor and soprano and it's killer for the price. Solid construction and perfect intonation. If you use harder reeds with this, it can darken the tone quite nicely. Save yourself hundreds on a name brand metal piece and try this first if you are trying to find your sound or want something versatile enough to play anywhere.



Rico Metalite Soprano Sax Mouthpiece, M7 Review:


I can't believe this mouthpiece is so great being so cheaply priced. This mouthpiece has a really high three-step baffle and lets me hit through altissimo A on soprano which is a very high note. It responds similar to a soprano Dukoff D7 which I also play. This is the cheapest high quality soprano mouthpiece available period. Being only 20, 25 dollars this is a very worthy backup mouthpiece, but I have enjoyed it so much I have been playing it more than my Dukoff here lately. Absolutely love it and would recommend to someone looking for an inexpensive jazz mouthpiece or a really good backup that won't break the bank.



Rico Graftonite Soprano Sax Mouthpiece, B7 Review:


I am using this as a professional mouthpiece. I have been told by those that hire me they like my sound. My range is two octaves higher than the high Eb. I have tried expensive mouthpieces and they are excellent but since I am not as rich as some people I can't afford $300.00-$700.00 for a mouthpiece and since I have been playing this Rico I have lost all motivation to put the money aside for something that can be lost and is devastatingly hard to recover all because I got use to playing something expensive. Eventually the musician is not just the customer but someone who has to pay dues to get where they are. I follow the k.i.s. method when I practice and get use to the same mouthpiece, and the same horn. It makes things easier for me and my response is quicker because of familiarity.