Morgan Jazz GM Baritone Saxophone Mouthpiece
The Morgan Mouthpiece Company is pleased to announce the production of our new hard rubber GM (Gregory Mold) Baritone Saxophone Mouthpiece!
The Morgan Company acquired some antique mouthpiece molds originally made and used by the M.C. Gregory Company. One of these molds is a baritone saxophone mouthpiece mold. This mold was used to produce baritone saxophone mouthpieces for the M.C. Gregory / Gale Company in the 1930s - 1960s.
Using this mold and our pure rubber formula, this mouthpiece is nearly identical to what was produced by the M.C. Gregory / Gale Company. The only differences are cosmetic…the Morgan name and the copper shank ring.
If you are a fan of M.C. Gregory baritone saxophone mouthpieces, this will certainly be one to try. NOTE: For baritone sax players using Vintage American saxophones, such as Conn, King or Martin, we recommend you purchase the XL model to offer better intonation.
For more information on the origins of this mouthpiece, check out our blog:
You can also watch a video review of this mouthpiece by Randy Emerick on youtube by clicking here.
Morgan 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 baritone saxophone mouthpiece.
Tip Openings: 5 (.085), 6 (.090), 7 (.095), 8 (.100), 8* (.105), 9 (.110). Other openings are available on request.
Ligature and cap are included.
Morgan Mouthpieces are Handmade in the USA since 1984.
Free USA shipping! Ten-day trial period…shipping time is not counted in the trial period. If you don’t like it for any reason, return for a refund minus restocking fee of $20 for the US and $25 for overseas customers.