Phil Engleman is one of our favorite mouthpiece makers. What began as a personal quest for the right setup has grown into a business serving musicians around the globe. Every mouthpiece is crafted by hand, and balanced, adjusted, and extensively play tested in order to provide optimal performance. Click here to se which models we recommend


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The Phil-Tone Meyer has become a mainstay of the Phil-Tone line. It offersthe vibe and feel of vintage models without the astronomical expense and chase.  If you are seeking that Meyer Bros or NY vibe look no further.

Tip opening: .076" / 1,93mm (Like Meyer #6M)


Inspired by the sought-after short-shank Selmer Soloist pieces.


Alto sax mouthpiece, handmade by Phil Engleman.


The Solstice is a great alternative to a Meyer setup.  It has unparalleled versatility, a beautiful sonorous tone but can deliver attitude when pushed.  There is no piece better to deliver the West Coast Vibe.. but the Solstice does not stop there.

Tip opening: .076" / 1,93mm (Like Meyer #6M)


Inspired by Links from the 40's and 50's The Intrepid is vibrant, powerful and extremely colorful.


A powerful mouthpiece with a rich, medium-dark core that has roundness and warmth, but with a scintillating brightness at its edge.


A bit brighter than Link. Think of it as an early Babbitt with more focus.


Intrepid for tenor sax: Reminds us of vintage Otto Link pieces from the 40’s and 50’s. Colorful and powerful, with a warmth throughout the entire register.

Eclipse for tenor sax: A power-piece, that a lot of our funk/rock/blues players fall for. A lot of mouthpieces loose their core or focus if you push them too hard, but the Eclipse can take it.

Equinox for tenor sax: Think of this as an “Early Babitt” but with more focus. This mouthpiece plays ‘dry’ with more sizzle and edge, but without sounding like a Guardala or Berg Larsen.

Rift for alto sax: This mouthpiece has more of a punch than the others, because of the double baffle. A lot of pieces like this become a bit too sharp, but the Rift gets the job done without compromising the warmth of the tone.

Solstice for alto sax: Reminds us a bit of vintage Meyer pieces, with a round chamber for plenty of warmth. We like this model because it can take a lot of air, and you can push it more than other mouthpieces. A very ‘West Coast’ sound.

Novella for alto sax: Reminds us of vintage Short Shank Selmer Soloist mouthpieces, but with a lot more focus, more edge, more punch. Think Kenny Garrett.

Custom Meyer for alto sax: This is just a standard Meyer that we send to Phil. He then rebuilds it from the gound up. In addition to refacing, the chamber is modified to make it sound very close to vintage Meyers.