Morgan Excalibur Alto New York Model Saxophone Mouthpiece
This is a newer model which was formerly known as the Excalibur ML model. Designed by Erik Greiffenhagen. This model was inspired by the mouthpieces made by the Meyer Bros Company in New York. The chamber on this model is a bit larger than our medium chamber mouthpiece and is more like a vintage New York Meyer Bros chamber. It has a round chamber with a low roll-over baffle and It produces a complex traditional medium bright tone.
This model has been available since 2014. It was initially known as the Excalibur ML model, but will now be referred to as the Excalibur New York Model.
The Excalibur is unique in that it has a streamlined body. It will feel a bit smaller in the mouth, so if you are used to playing on a metal mouthpiece, your embouchure will not have to change much. Also, the thinner walls and beak gives this mouthpiece more edge and quicker response.
The Morgan Excalibur Mouthpieces are handcrafted the “Vintage” way. Ralph Morgan started the company with the purpose of bringing back the lost art and science of truly handcrafted mouthpieces. Our materials, tools, and process of making mouthpieces are identical to the manufacturers of the 1940s and 1950s. We start with our 100% pure rubber formula, we mold and cure our mouthpieces to our exact specifications. No machines are used in the cutting and shaping of our mouthpieces. We cut our facings and shape the chambers and baffles all by hand. Our craftsmen are among the most experienced in the world with 80+ years experience among the three of them. This is a true handcrafted pure hard rubber Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece.
CL (Classical), L (Large), NY (New York), M (Medium)
Tip Openings: 5 (.070), 6 (.075), 7 (.080), 8 (.085)
Ligature and cap are NOW included.
Handmade in the USA since 1984.
Free Worldwide shipping! Ten day trial period…shipping time is not counted in the trial period. If you don’t like for any reason, return for a refund minus restocking fee of $10 for the US and $20 for overseas customers.