The Caravan Soprano Saxophone Mouthpiece has become one of the profession's most popular alternatives for “classical” performance on soprano saxophone. The open-chamber design features a large enough tone chamber to produce a deep, dark quality of exceptional harmonic balance, but not so large that it lacks projection. The tip opening is medium-close at around .044 in. at the very tip of the mouthpiece (not at the inside of the tip rail as most hand-held gauges measure tip opening), and the facing curve is exclusive but well within conventional parameters for a “classical” soprano mouthpiece. (Only one facing available.)
CD recordings of Ronald Caravan performing on this mouthpiece.