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  1. Alto mpc
    I have always wanted to try Ebolin or Tonalin, but now no one seems to have them in stock. Dr. Wally Wallace of Saxophone Academy recommended either of these as the best alto mouthpiece under $50, IIRC, around a year ago. What has happened to these iconic Brilharts? Are they no longer in...
  2. Tenor mpc
    I'm retired and started taking Sax lessons a couple of years ago for fun. I bought a used Yamaha tenor sax student model and recently discovered that rather than the standard Yamaha 4C mouthpiece, mine came with a Brilhart Ebolin, which also says Special directly below Brilhart. I never...
  3. Baritone mpc
    I've got a Brilhart which appears to be like new - it says "Designed by Arnold Brilhart" and looks like a Level Air, but does not say "Level Air." The SN is 933x. What model might this be? At 4* it's probably not valuable, but I'd like to know. Thanks!
  4. General Mouthpiece Discussion
    Hi everyone, so I recently found this old brilhart ebolin streamline mouthpiece serial #5135 in an old mouthpiece drawer and I'm trying to figure out if the ligature is an actual brilhart ligature too. It seems to match the mouthpiece (because streamlines are thinner mouthpieces) but i can't...
  5. General Mouthpiece Discussion
    Hi everyone, so I recently found this old brilhart ebolin streamline mouthpiece serial #5135 in an old mouthpiece drawer and I'm trying to figure out if the ligature is an actual brilhart ligature too. It seems to match the mouthpiece (because streamlines are thinner mouthpieces) but i can't...
  6. Tenor mpc
    I recently acquired a Brilhart Ebolin tenor mouthpiece and I'm hoping to get some help figuring out its age. The mouthpiece was in the case of a 1968 Mark VI that I found at a garage sale. The seller told me it had been sitting in a closet untouched for at least 15 years. I've done some...
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