The SUPER JET is a Silver Plated Brass Mouthpiece developed specifically with the Smooth Jazz, Rock, Funk, and Latin player in mind. The SUPER JET is a very contemporary sounding mouthpiece with many characteristics we have not offered in our range up until this time. It’s going to give you more power, more edge and more altissimo. But as with all of our mouthpieces it is beautifully free blowing with enough bottom in the sound to make it more versatile than many mouthpieces in this category of small chamber pieces. Super fun to play, anyone who likes plenty of volume and cutting power will love this series.
Power and projection are derived from the small step baffle design. Brightness, edge and cut are enhanced by the Silver-Plated virgin bell brass which gives the SUPER JET a crisp clean brightness that can get very funky and dirty and due to the beak design the piece really vibrates. Like all JodyJazz mouthpieces the SUPER JET features a hand-crafted baffle, thin tip rail and side rails for that instantaneous response that JodyJazz is famous for.
What does a SUPER JET mouthpiece do?
How does it do it?
Powerful Cutting Sound
Easy extreme Altissimo
Low notes come out easily
Versatility – sounds pretty when played softly
Small Chamber with step baffle
Precision - CNC Machined
Proprietary Shorter Facing Curve
Hand Finished Baffle and Tip Rail
Play tested by Jody Espina or Staff
The mouthpiece comes with a Silver finish H-Ligature, Cap and Deluxe Mouthpiece Pouch.
Due to the shorter facing curve on the SUPER JET a softer reed than you might normally use could be appropriate. This is because the reed actually has less length in which to vibrate. This doesn't hinder playing at all, in fact it makes the SUPER JET one of the greatest altissimo pieces of all times. Altissimo still works great with a little softer reed. These are my observations and how I like to play the SUPER JET. For example on a JodyJazz DV Soprano 7 I play a D’Addario Select Jazz 3M, and on the SUPER JET I prefer a 3S. The SUPER JET is very free blowing but I think the SUPER JET's shorter facing curve makes a difference with the reed. The main message is that anytime you are trying a new mouthpiece two things are very important: finding the right reed for the mouthpiece and making sure that while you try the mouthpiece you are in tune. Don't assume that it will go on the neck in the same place as your previous mouthpiece. I love the SUPER JET and I hope you will too.
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