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JJ Babbitt and late 1970's Super Tone Masters.

Talk to any jazz tenor saxophonist about mouthpieces, and he or she will be all ears if you mention you have a great old metal Link. Most every tenor player in history has owned one (or probably more) of these iconic pieces for a variety of reasons. Super Tone Masters are not always the easiest mouthpieces to play on and can be unforgiving of reeds and so on, but most agree on its most important virtue: flexibility. Unlike some designs, metal Otto Links have, since the 1930's been catering to most every stylist in Jazz, Blues and a plethora of other derivatives. The Super Tone Master which was introduced in the 1950's, is a brass mouthpiece cast in halves, soldered together and then unde

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