In his comprehensive new review for ‘The Saxophonist’ Magazine, Paul Haar takes the newly relaunched Rousseau mouthpieces through their paces. Here are a couple of highlights from the review:

“From the moment I opened the package, I knew these mouthpieces would be different from the previous models. Rousseau’s packaging is finally fitting of the man who has done so much for the saxophone. Sporting Rousseau’s classic image and signature, these mouthpieces are now sending a message to the marketplace.”

“One look at the table and rails shows a massive improvement in the refinement of the production line. I measured every mouthpiece using gauges and a jeweler’s glass. Not one facing was misshapen or uneven, and every table was perfectly flat. The Rousseau mouthpieces are some of the cleanest mouthpieces, concerning construction, and finishing that I have ever seen.”

Read the full review here: “The Rise of the Phoenix – The Saxophonist Magazine

To view this article on the The Saxophonist Magazine website (Subscription Required)

Rousseau Review
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