Theo Wanne Elements Series Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece

Article number: ELEMENTSWATER
Availability: In stock

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WATER:

The Theo Wanne™ WATER mouthpiece has been in Research and Development for over four years. The sound concept of the WATER is unlike any other Theo Wanne™ mouthpiece; it is designed entirely for the classically trained musician.

You will find a rich beautiful core to the sound, in fact, richer than any other classical mouthpiece we tested vintage or new.  This is intentional and due to a truly unique small  chamber/throat that compresses the airstream.  Theo’s new design technology channels the compressed air stream into the saxophone neck tube in a unique way resulting in a sound richer, and not pinched, like other small chamber designs.

The Shark-Gill™ Baffle developed by Theo is also very unique.  It both channels and disrupts the airstream at the same time.  This is similar to the flow of water over a shark’s skin allowing it to travel faster.   The air fills up the full volume of the small chamber/throat more efficiently.

You will find the WATER to have enough resistance for the classical musician, yet it never feels clogged or like you must fight the mouthpiece.   The WATER comes only in size 3.  We are very proud of this very unique design in the Classical Mouthpiece World, and hope you enjoy it as much as we do.     As part of the new Elements Series, this mouthpiece has ALL the Theo Wanne™ quality, yet we can offer it at a very nice price, and the Elements Series is already winning awards!

SOUND 

  • The ultimate classical mouthpiece.
  • The most expressive traditional sound you’ve ever heard!
  • Retains the resistance and body to the sound classical musicians require.

DESIGN

  • Small chamber for a full, yet clean yet articulate sound.
  • Theo Wanne’s proprietary Shark-gill™ baffle.
  • Crafted to the highest accuracy in the history of classical mouthpiece history; perfect side and tip rails!
  • Designed by Theo Wanne, the foremost expert on the design and manufacturing of vintage mouthpieces.

DETAILS

  • Premium Hard Rubber:  The WATER uses the finest vintage style hard rubber on the planet!
  • Vintage Style Box: A dark grey and metallic gold Theo Wanne™ mouthpiece box.
  • Drawstring Pouch:  A beautiful Theo Wanne™ microfiber draw-string mouthpiece pouch.

EARTH:

SOUND

  • Great for ALL types of music.
  • Full, big sound.

DESIGN

  • Unique small chamber.  Flat side walls, and long roll-over baffle.
  • Crafted to the highest accuracy in the history of saxophone mouthpieces.
  • Designed by Theo Wanne, the foremost expert on the design and manufacturing of vintage and new mouthpieces.
  • Part of the ELEMENTS series.  The fundamental building blocks for your sound.  All the quality, but at half the price, and made in the USA!

DETAILS

  • Plating: Reticulated 24K Gold Plating (standard on metal mouthpieces).
  • Ligature: The metal EARTH includes our new and unique two rail, single screw ligature.
  • Cap: Our Reed Replacer Cap is most secure cap in the world.
  • Bite Pad: User replaceable bite pads allow you to peel and stick on new bite pads.

 

FIRE:

SOUND

  • Great for Jazz, R&B, and Rock & Roll.
  • Powerful, big and fiery sound!

DESIGN

  • Unique small chamber.  Flat side walls, and long step baffle.
  • Crafted to the highest accuracy in the history of saxophone mouthpieces.
  • Designed by Theo Wanne, the foremost expert on the design and manufacturing of vintage and new mouthpieces.
  • Part of the ELEMENTS series.  The fundamental building blocks for your sound.  All the quality, but at half the price, and made in the USA!

DETAILS

  • Plating: Reticulated 24K Gold Plating (standard on metal mouthpieces).
  • Ligature: The metal FIRE includes our new and unique two rail, single screw ligature.
  • Cap: Our Reed Replacer Cap is most secure cap in the world.
  • Bite Pad: User replaceable bite pads allow you to peel and stick on new bite pads.
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