Please note: images show a ligature and cap; these are currently NOT included with this product. Contact us for a ligature and cap recommendation.
The Taigor Equilibrium Alto Sax Mouthpiece is a mouthpiece with a ramp and is best suited to pop music. Its incredible sound will perfectly match players who are looking to balance a brighter and fuller sound with great projection and volume. The Taigor Equilibrium is ideal for intermediate to advanced saxophonists and is available in tip openings 7 and 8.
“The ‘Equilibrium Evolution’ has a nice medium-dark jazz ballad tone. The piece exhibits a focused sound that warms the upper registers of the horn. A versatile piece for students the ‘Evolution Equilibrium’ is smooth down low but can cut when pushed in the higher notes. Harder blowing than other Taigor mouthpieces however with good embouchure strength this piece this piece can find its place in almost any style.”
Evan Batkin, teacher & artist
- Comes with a storage pouch
- Colour: black or white
We keep the black version on stock. The white mouthpiece is only available on backorder with usual wait times of approx. 3-4 months. Please contact us if you wish to purchase a white mouthpiece and we can update you on waiting times.
- Tip opening: 7 (~2.10mm) or 8 (~2.40mm)
- Finish: polished
- Suitable for: pop
About Taigor Mouthpieces
Brazilian company Taigor was born in early 2015 and aims to bring quality and efficiency to the saxophone market.
Taigor mouthpieces are made with molds to ensure a consistent manufacturing process. All finishing and adjustment is done by hand, and the mouthpieces are tested individually.
The company seeks to use the newest technologies and the best raw materials to acquire a superior sound quality, equivalent to the best mouthpieces available.
As well as this, Taigor mouthpieces are only ever polished and never painted to maintain the quality of the material and provide excellent tone colours.
Some endorsers of the Taigor Mouthpiece line-up include Kelven Alves, Danila Macedo, David Calixto Souza and Ronaldo Silva.