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Just wanted to make an official announcement that the new CE Winds Five Spot Jazz Alto Saxophone mouthpieces are now available on [url]www.cewinds.com[/URL]

These mouthpieces are 100% handmade and hand finished in our shop in Ft Myers. Fl, and shipped from the same location.

The Five Spot Jazz comes in 2 sizes, the 70 and the 77. Similar to the 5 and 6. Both sizes are made with a medium facing & medium chamber.

The three models of The Five Spot Jazz are:

The Five Spot Series - Resin Model

- suited for students or younger players looking to play with more of a jazz sound

- plays a little brighter than the Fusion & ResoCore™ mouthpieces, and are easy for younger players to control, without sacrificing sound or tone

- comes in several colors including Black, Blue, Yellow, Red, Green, Purple, Orange, Hot Yellow, Hot Pink, Hot Green, Hot Orange.​

The Five Spot Series - Fusion Model

- made of resin fused with elements

- lighter feeling with full tone and subtle warmth

- great for intermediate to professional players​

The Five Spot Series - ResoCore™ Model

- comes in Resin or Fusion models

- metal core within mouthpieces gives the mouthpiece more weight and vibrance

- great for intermediate to professional players​

We are currently offering a 50% off coupon for all Five Spot Jazz mouthpieces. We also offer a 7 day money back guarantee on all CE Winds mouthpiece purchases. The coupon code is: 50percentoffFiveSpot

More details about the mouthpieces are available on our website by clicking here or using the link below!

http://www.cewinds.com/saxophone-mouthpieces/ce-winds/five-spot-jazz.html

Peace,

Brian S - CE Winds

PS - Please use this thread only to ask questions about the Five Spot Jazz Mouthpieces, and please do not hijack it with information about other mouthpieces available by other vendors. Let's keep this about CE Winds Five Spot Jazz mouthpieces, if at all possible. Email me at [email protected] for any other questions, or use the PM feature. Thanks for your understanding!
 

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"The Five Spot mouthpieces were specifically designed to help players easily achieve a Jazz saxophone sound. These saxophone mouthpieces have a high baffle and medium chamber, creating a large but controlled tone. The design of the Five Spot Jazz mouthpieces is based on the famous Meyer New York alto saxophone mouthpieces. The rails, inner chamber and facing retain the dimensions that made those wonderful mouthpieces play so well."

Are you going to have a version that is a little more faithful to the NY Meyer for those not inclined to play high baffles? It almost seems a waste to go through this much work to replicate a NY Meyer and then add a baffle.

BTW, regarding the "Fusion" - it might be more accurate to say "resin fused with powered metal(s)".

G'luck with the product and thanks for the introductory discount offer to SotW.
 

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Hi Dr G,

Thanks for the words... and you are correct... it should have read "roll over" and not high.. not sure where that came from, must have been a late night writing for someone. The inner chamber of the Five Spot is identical to the Meyer Pieces, even the baffle.

Peace,

Brian
 

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I like the colors. Have you sent flyers to any of the local band directors?
Some of those HS jazz kids would love these.
 

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Thanks for the words... and you are correct... it should have read "roll over" and not high.. not sure where that came from, must have been a late night writing for someone. The inner chamber of the Five Spot is identical to the Meyer Pieces, even the baffle.
Excellent news.

Thanks.
 

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I like the colors. Have you sent flyers to any of the local band directors?
Some of those HS jazz kids would love these.
We are finding the colors to be pretty popular, honestly, we have always loved the idea, glad we got to actually make it happen (thanks to our awesome team!)

We have not sent out too many flyers yet, we just released them into the market at the end of April. Our goal would be to send not only a flyer to a band director, but to send a mouthpiece or two for them to let their students try. Not sure if we are ready for that, but I am sure it will happen pretty soon. Thanks for the suggestion, seems we are on the same page! We will post a notification on SOTW for any band directors that are members here, to see if they want to participate.

Peace,

Brian
 
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