The Henri Selmer Paris “soloist” hard rubber mouthpieces are a modern copy of the famous model made during the 1950s. This vintage design features a long scroll shank with a horseshoe chamber that became the standard equipment with the now legendary Mark VI saxophones.
The Soloist mouthpiece embodies all the qualities of a rich, easily modulated sound, which still remains centered. The Henri Selmer Paris Soloist mouthpiece remains homogeneous and warm across the spectrum of playing styles.
A favorite among jazz musicians, soloist mouthpieces also allow classical musicians to play with greater flexibility. It also delivers a high degree of accuracy, particularly in the attack of both low notes and those on the higher end of the instrument’s register.