How does it play ?
It's a gold Rovner Deep-V mouthpiece. The design is a little special on the outside and inside. Long mouthpieces. A #8 is longer than a #10. John Laughter played (plays?) Rovner. I went to a "Boogie Woogie Burlesque" show and the saxman Bo "Mighty " Gustafsson played a Rovner. After the show I talked to Bo and had a close look at his mouthpiece. After that I ordered one. Big sound sound and the pieces are heavy to.how is your mouthpiece attached? That looks so unique. Or is it the photo that makes it look that way, as though the mouthpiece is narrower than the cork?
Yes. it's a looker! I bought the sax with two Berg Larsen Stainless Bullet mouthpies (95/1 and 95/2). I gave the 95/1 to a young aspiring rocksax player. She was on an terrible Yamaha plastic!!!! We need more young and female rocksaxplayers! I was not sure if the plating was original? Gerhard Keilwerth confirmed that. @kevgermany knows more about the plating. The original pads is without resonators on the pads. I installed new with reonators. The "pepita"case is also very "60's inspired".That is one beautiful instrument
Everytime @thomsax posts a pic of this sax I drool.I was not sure if the plating was original? Gerhard Keilwerth confirmed that. @kevgermany knows more about the plating.
What part?there is a small part that is broken.
Body/lower octave pipe???some inches down a roundish metal thing with a smaller hole