This is the fastest and cheapest way to go.Wrap the neck with trelon tape. It can be adjusted to fit the moutpiece easily.
I've done this too, but it can be leaky and cause problems.Honestly, I just tear off a small piece of paper and wrap it around the cork, put the loose mouthpiece on top of that.
That name is already taken: http://coloradocase.com/stocksaxophonecasecovernecksockaltoortenor.aspxFunny that no one has come out with a simple, thin, teflon-type sleeve to slip on and off: something like a neck sock.
OK, I'll find another... Just thought it sounded better than "neck condom"....That name is already taken: http://coloradocase.com/stocksaxophonecasecovernecksockaltoortenor.aspx
You usually only need .005" thickness added to get a good fit. I doubt a reusable sleeve could be made to work.Funny that no one has come out with a simple, thin, teflon-type sleeve to slip on and off: something like a neck sock. Anyone out there have the time and motivation to take this on as a project?
Think of the long-term payoff: you could start a small business today, and in several years have a great show going. You could sell "vintage" neck socks, maybe Branford or Kenny G could throw them to the audience at the end of the concert, and we could all get in to long debates about the acoustic benefits of using different color socks... The mind boggles at the potential.