Jazz Soloist Marble

Jazz Soloist Marble is the latest addition to the Jazz Soloist series. It is the same shape as the Jazz Soloist, but features a unique black-and-orange marbled ebonite well as a 24K gold-plated brass ring, like with the Sepia Tone VI Marble. Mixing the black and orange colored hard rubber causes the mouthpiece to produce complex overtones. The Jazz Soloist Marble has a round and soft tone, but is more powerful than the standard Jazz Soloist. 


Both the Jazz Soloist and Sepia Tone VI Marble were unexpectedly popular models at the NAMM Show 2020, so I decided to create the model of mixture of the models. I created a Jazz Soloist Marble for the 7th anniversary of Gottsu corporation in 2018.  The 7th Anniversary Jazz Soloist Marble is a limited model that does not have an 18k gold-plated ring, unlike this new Jazz Soloist Marble.  Because of the ring, this new model produces a more powerful sound.   

—Masahiko Goto—


Type: Baritone, Tenor, Alto 

Opening Size:  

Tenor (C,C☆,C☆☆,D,E,F,G,H) 

Alto (C,C☆,C☆☆,D,E,E☆,F) 

※see table below for mm sizing 

Material: Hard-rubber(Black, Orange) 

Chamber Shape: horseshoe‐shaped  

Baffle: Low-baffle 

Tone characteristics: 

Dark, More powerful than the Jazz Soloist, Stronger sense of resistance (hesitation) than Jazz Soloist 

Style: Jazz, Pop 

Natural cane reed recommended 

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