Selmer has once again taken their long history of producing excellent equipment, and have brought their mouthpiece game to a whole new level. The Selmer Concept Tenor Saxophone mouthpiece, the successor to the well used S80 line of mouthpieces, features Selmer's revolutionary design, facing and shape of the Alto and Soprano concept mouthpieces, with a slightly larger tip opening, providing the flexibility and sound production to move from the Saxophone section to the soloist spot light.
The tip opening of this mouthpiece is .0862 (2.10mm), with a round chamber and 27mm table. The aerodymanic shape provides optimal playing and acoustic conditions, allowing for consistent performance no matter the setting. Since 1885, Henri Selmer has produced some of the best products for woodwind musicians and with the Tenor Concept mouthpiece, they have done it again and elevated the mouthpiece game to all new heights.