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Tomorrow's Vintage Mouthpiece Today
This baffle design gives the BURNIN’ mouthpiece power, projection and a degree of brightness for a sound that stands out when you want it to.
The deep chamber balances out the steep baffle giving the BURNIN’ mouthpiece a lush warmth and sonic depth. This combination creates a complex and beautiful tone.
STRAIGHT SIDE WALLS
Free blowing and focused sound with lots of core.
MADE IN USA
Manufactured in Savannah, Georgia by Jody Jazz.
Expert hand finishing combined with state of the art CNC machining result in the highest quality and most consistent mouthpieces available anywhere.
PREMIUM HARD RUBBER
Genuine proprietary Jody Jazz hard rubber for the look, feel and sound of great vintage mouthpieces.
MEDIUM FACING CURVE
Reed friendly and easy to play. Each of the available tip openings were meticulously designed and all play like champs!
THIN TIP AND SIDE RAILS
The precision and attention of detail to these elements are key to any great playing mouthpiece.
MATTE FINISH EXTERIOR
Along with the finely sculpted and hand painted logo, the BURNIN’ mouthpiece comes in a beautiful matte finish.
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Choosing a Tip Opening
The most common question we receive is “which tip opening should I get?” If you are asking this question the answer is probably to choose the 5 tip opening. Watch this video for an in depth explanation of everything you need to know about saxophone mouthpiece tip openings.
What Cats are Saying about the BURNIN'
Better Sax BURNIN' Mouthpiece Players
Jay, I use a Burnin’ sax mouthpiece for my Better Sax alto… and love it. Best blowing and sounding combination I’ve ever played.
I received my 7* tenor mouthpiece about three weeks ago. I’m playing exclusively on my Burnin’ alto piece and am loving it.
On tenor, I’ve been playing all metal mouthpieces for four decades, but have been experimenting with rubber on tenor for the past year.
It’s taken a while to find the ideal reed for my new Burnin’ piece, but I’ve now found it. I had to go a little firmer on the reed than I normally play, but now I can get a nice indoor Link tone and volume with it, and can get a funkier sound with some edge when I need it.
I can see playing this new Burnin’ tenor piece full-time, for sure.
Congratulations again to you and Jody on another great mouthpiece. I really do think these are going to be the vintage pieces of the future. I knew Ron Coehlo very well (RPC), and have worked with Phil Barone on my tenor set-up over the years. You guys are really killing it!
Just wanted to thank you. I’m really enjoying the mouthpiece and my new journey with the tenor sax. Loving it! And you were right. It blows easily – no feeling of needing more air.
Jay, I just received my BetterSax Burnin’ Tenor mouthpiece (7*) and I don’t want to stop playing! It’s fabulous. I like it so much that I’m ordering the Burnin’ alto piece today.
Are you and Jody Espina ever going to come out with a Burnin’ baritone mouthpiece? If so, that’s my main horn, and I want to get on the list RIGHT NOW!
WOW!!! WOW!!! WOW!!!
Received my Burnin’ alto mouthpiece this week and what a pleasure! It is so responsive and it is giving me much pleasure in playing. I know this may sound weird, but I have confidence in it because of its consistency from what I am hearing and feeling. Playing is more comfortable and relaxing.
“I just received the Alto Burnin’ #5 mouthpiece. I put a reed on it and began to play. WOW WOW WOW It’s awesome! Thank you very much. It’s going to make playing the Better Alto Sax much easier and more enjoyable.”
“To my fellow alto sax players… please do yourself a favor and grab this BURNIN’ mouthpiece. Make sure you pick up the ring ligature (amazing response with it). This free-blowing piece gives me all the sizzle and body that a hard hitting sax player would want. I’ll be selling my other high end pieces as this BURNIN’ piece just replaced them all.”
Lance ClarkPlays the Burnin' mouthpiece
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John ChambersPlays the Burnin' mouthpiece
William PrinceSaxophonist - Smooth Jazz, R&B, Gospel, Blues
Right now the BURNIN’ mouthpiece is available for alto and tenor saxophones. Keep an eye out for annoucnements about what’s coming next.
Please check the return policy from the dealer you purchase your mouthpiece from.
If you aren’t sure what tip opening you play, we recommend you order a 5 for alto or a 6* for tenor. This will be the easiest to play and ideal for anyone stepping up to their first jazz mouthpiece. All available tip openings offer the same sound quality and consistency. Watch my video above if you want to learn more about tip openings.
This will depend on demand. Send us a message if you would like to request a larger tip opening.
The BURNIN’ mouthpiece makes for an excellent mouthpiece upgrade for anyone who has been playing the saxophone for a while and is looking to get a top quality mouthpiece that is perfectly suitable for advanced beginners up to professional players. We recommend most anyone stepping up to their first jazz mouthpiece select the 5 tip opening.
5 = .072
6 = .078
7 = .083
6* = .095
7* = .105
8* = .115