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M/Pieces - Ligs Gigliotti spectrum sax m/p


Formerly saxgirl22
England, UK
Also, on my list of recent purchases I managed to pick one of these up off eBay. A 'Gigliotti' Spectrum mouthpiece in clear composite material. Apparently they compare favourably to Hite and Yamaha m/pieces. I was expecting much but it gives a bright and crisp tone on my Conn alto so I would recommend these if you're looking for a piece! I wouldn't label them 'student like' but more a 'good all rounder'. I managed to get it for £15. The seller had a couple for sale and one in a green material too. They're usually around £35 but look out on the Bay as you may be able to pick one up at a decent price! Highly recommended and easy to play. Probably not so favourable if you're used to blasting away on an open metal Lawton etc!
Just thought I'd share

Tom Oehser

New Member
I saw one of these (tenor in blue) on ebay for only $15 + $5 S/H - I thought, what the heck, it's blue, and it's cheap.

I'm really pleasantly surprised - it is brighter than the Meyers or Vintage Brilhart I usually play, but, not crazy bright at all, not like a Lakey or other high-baffle thing.

It is all around playable, responds well with good volume, played fine right up into altissimo and down to the bottom, and wasn't so bright that I couldn't stand it.

Definitely a piece I'll be using when I want a bit more forward projecting sound, and fills a nice "in between" in my collection.

They don't seem to have varying openings, I probably could have stood it being more open... but, not too crazy closed, either.

Really more than worth the price, for sure.


Saxus Circus Maximus
Café Supporter
I just dug out my Gigliotti spectrum mouthpieces, one alto and one tenor I bought in 2014 and decided to tweak them a little. Just to finish the table and trim the side rails that are kind of fat!

I must say they are not bad! In fact they are probably the best price performance mouthpieces I have in stock.

They cost me 17.01€ each! That's even less than most of the fake Chinese mouthpieces you can find on aliexpress. I'm not sure why they didn't have more success. Poor marketing? Wrong sales channels?

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