Selmer Scroll Shank Soloist Style Alto Saxophone Mouthpiece C* From Mark VI
Selmer scroll shank alto saxophone mouthpiece with a C* facing. These originally came with later Mark VI saxophones and directly followed the long shank Soloists. Many classical players prefer the scroll shank over the earlier Soloists for their ability to project. The sound seems a bit more alive and zingy with a good scroll shank.
This one looks pretty good for its age. There is a faded tooth mark on the beak that isn't too deep, and there are some very minor imperfections on the rails that don't seem to interfere with anything. There's also a small chip on the LH top corner, but fortunately it's on the back side of the mouthpiece so outside the tip and rails. The tip opening measures .068".