The Chedeville RC Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece
The Chedeville RC Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece creates a warm beautiful saxophone tone with excellent control and intonation. The medium length, classic “Chedeville facing curve” and a round chamber, produce a full tone with playability that is unsurpassed. Articulation, pianissimo to fortissimo dynamics, altissimo, your ability to express the beauty of the alto saxophone and the music you are playing are at the forefront of all our decisions in designing and creating the RC Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece.
No expense has been spared in creating the Chedeville RC Saxophone Mouthpieces.
Starting with our proprietary “Chedeville Rubber”, which is a more pure rod ebonite that recreates the great rod rubber of Pre World War II legendary Chedeville mouthpieces. If you don’t see the symbol CHR on the mouthpiece than it does not have “Chedeville Rubber“.
We manufacture the mouthpieces from beginning to end in our factory in Savannah Georgia using state of the art CNC machines and expert mouthpiece artisans on the crucial and indispensable handwork.
During the development of RC line, 100’s of mouthpieces were played and studied in order to discover how to bring out the true essence of the alto saxophone. For example the wooden flute like qualities were enhanced on this alto sax mouthpiece while still retaining a nice round sound on the bottom end of the horn.
Consistency is our obsession. That is why we have the most extensive series of mandatory measurements and play testing in the industry.
We encourage you to embrace our “Life Without Limits” philosophy. We have made a mouthpiece which will not hinder you in any way and allow you to achieve your musical goals and beyond.
“I am looking for three things in a mouthpiece . . . a dark robust tone, control, and projection . . . this mouthpiece has all of that and more.”
Oliver Sliepen – Amstel Quartet
“Flexible sound, lots of projection while keeping a warm, round character . . . great sound throughout the whole register, great dynamic range.”