Sounds good. Thanks!ThunderWhale said:Usually a large chamber mouthpiece (Otto Link Master Link, etc...) plus a really hard reed works well.
I used to have a Florida STM 10 that sounded like a husky tenor when I used Rico Orange Box 3s. Great sound!
1. Mostly because I don't have the dollars for a tenor right now.ThunderWhale said:But why would you want to sound like a tenor on alto? Just get a tenor! Alto is supposed to have its own unique character, in my opinion!
Thanks. If I can get close enough to a tenor sound that would be okay.sambeaux said:I agree with ThunderWhale, but try putting a tenor reed on your alto mouthpiece. It's different. Not the same thing as a tenor, but it's something to try...
You said it.Razzy said:Kenny Garrett doesn't sound like a tenor player, but he does have a very deep rich sound... he uses a Selmer soloist, one of the most alto-y mouthpieces out there. It really comes from playing alto for years and years and working on your sound all of that time. Get crackin'