Otto Link Tenor (1940's) Reso Chamber 105 tip
Here is a vintage, 1940’s Otto Link tenor saxophone mouthpiece opened by Eric Falcon. It measures .105” on my gauge. Eric restamped the table 7*.
Otto Link Reso Chambers were introduced around 1940 as the hard rubber offering to go along with the Tone Master. This particular design features a large, round chamber with undercut sidewalls, but not so large as the previous “Eburnated Bar '' version which lends some focus and easier projection for the player. Eric’s work created a small baffle that adds more clarity and eases projection for a more modern approach.
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