Another mouthpiece inspired by the classics from the 1950's. With a warm and complex sound, this mouthpiece has a lot to offer and is easy to work with. The tone is centered and homogenous across the registers.
Oliver Nelson played Selmer Soloist on both alto and tenor, and John Coltrane could also be spotted with an ebonite Soloist on tenor and soprano.
|Model||Opening (1/100 mm)||Facing|
|Soloist C*||155||24 mm|
|Soloist C**||165||24 mm|
|Soloist D||175||24 mm|
|Soloist E||185||24 mm|
|Soloist F||195||24 mm|
|Soloist G||205||24 mm|
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