The tenor Studio has tremendous volume with unexcelled resonance and a full and balanced frequency response. The Studio incorporates a high baffle with a medium bore. The sound is clearly demonstrated by Michael Brecker in the period 1979-1982 (Brecker Brother´s Band). The Studio can be used for all types of music a Studio-Man would encounter, from Fusion to Swing, hence its name. This is our middle of the road mouthpiece. Tip 8* (116).
The alto model features a high baffle and medium bore. It is suitable for a wide range of playing situations ranging from David Sanborn Style to Jazz. It has a bright full bodied compact sound with high volume. Tip 8 (85).
The soprano Studio features a high baffle and a small bore. It enables the performer to achieve enough volume to compete with electronic instruments without sacrificing sound quality. It is suitable for Rock and Jazz. Tip 8 (70
Studio ( Soprano / Alto / Tenor )
Guardala mouthpieces are synonymous with quality manufacturing and design. They were made famous by Michael Brecker creating his own amazing sound on his own models with the MB and MB II.
Shock waves were sent through the jazz community in the 1980s. Superior sound could be reached through precise, high quality and innovative CNC technology. This opened the doors to previously unheard of levels of precision. Guardala mouthpieces are a combination of computer accuracy and professional handcrafting expertise.
With decades of experience, Nadir does a fantastic job of bringing the famous designs into the 21st century with state-of-the-art manufacturing, hand-crafting, and 10x the industry standard gold plating!
Nadir is the world’s only licensed manufacturer of Guardala pieces. He carried the Guardala legacy into the new millennium. Nadir's work is world renowned.