MeyerBros BandofBros Lineup Scaled

ELKHART, INDIANA—Players have asked and jj Babbitt is delivering. Introducing new Meyer Bros. mouthpieces for soprano, tenor, and baritone saxophones. These new models are an expansion of the already popular Meyer Bros. alto sax mouthpiece and are now a new collection in jj Babbitt’s Connoisseur Series. The Meyer Bros. Band of Bros. soprano, tenor, and baritone mouthpieces are designed to match the sound and personality profile of the existing alto sax model featuring incredible control with flexible, warm, dark, and powerful sound.

“With the overwhelming popularity of the Meyer Bros. alto sax mouthpiece we worked hand-in-hand with our artist partner, Mike Smith, to create this exciting new lineup,” said jj Babbitt president Steve Rorie. “Mike’s experience as a professional sax player combined with jj Babbitt’s history of unique manufacturing and hand finishing processes allow us to continually develop elite mouthpieces sought-after by professional players world-wide.”

The Meyer Bros. Band of Bros. is the answer to converting an entire sax section to a single mouthpiece collection and for the individual player who plays multiple sax instruments and seeks consistent playability.

All models are made of vulcanized hard rubber and available in these standard tip openings:

  Soprano Alto Tenor Baritone
5M .051 .071 .080 .092
6M .054 .076 .090 .098
7M .057 .081 .100 .104
8M .059 .086 .110 .110


About jj Babbitt

The jj Babbitt Company, Inc. has produced millions of saxophone and clarinet mouthpieces in Elkhart, Indiana since 1919 and is legendary throughout the world for superior craftsmanship and quality, as well as exceptional value. Mouthpiece variations are sold exclusively through music distributors under the brand names Otto Link, Meyer, jj Babbitt, and Hite. Custom mouthpieces with private labeling are also available. The principal OEM supplier to the world’s largest instrument manufacturers, jj Babbitt made mouthpieces are played by musicians ranging in skill from school children to some of the world’s most famous professionals.