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  1. Tenor mpc
    I'm proud to announce Saxscape is now making a Florida tenor model, a tribute to the great Early Babbitt Florida Otto Links. Just trying to make a piece that stays more within the boundaries of the older traditions of mouthpiece making, and gets that classic Link vibe while still being...
  2. Tenor mpc
    The New Saxscape Live is available from the reverb.com online store! Introductory price is $275. It's available in SP (slim profile) and made of Delrin. https://reverb.com/item/17834430-saxscape-live-110-sp-2018-black Two week money back / exchange guarantee. 110 tip openings are in stock and I...
  3. Tenor mpc
    A couple of months ago I had the privilege of spending a couple of hours with Ken Barry at his home/workshop in Arizona. His workshop is small, but impressive and Ken made a point of showing off the new CNC equipment he installed to make better, more precise mouthpieces. More importantly, he...
  4. Tenor mpc
    Hey all on SOTW, thanks for all your support over all these years. I'm very pleased to be announcing the latest Saxscape models, available from the inventory here. I hope this is of interest. I will be available to answer any questions. Thanks!! # # # Saxscape Mouthpieces Announces Fall...
  5. Tenor mpc
    Hey, tenor players, Awhile ago, I caught wind of this cool guy named Ken Barry and a little mouthpiece company called Saxscape. I've been casually looking for deals on these pieces for a couple years on and off now, and I think I'm ready to buckle down and buy one. I'm interested in hearing...
  6. Tenor mpc
    what do you think of the difference between a saxscape and a guardala studio. Which one of saxscape is close to the studio and which one do you prefer guardala or saxscape. thanks
  7. New Product & Dealer Announcements
    Dear SOTW Community, It's been a long time in development, but I'm proud to finally introduce the Pro Series tenor pieces from Saxscape. Initially there will be three pieces available: the NF, based on a killer Link that Frank Wells worked on; the Dark, a lower-rollover piece with a big...
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