Meridian Winds Center Brace Resonance Weights

ON SALE NOW: 2.5 & 3 oz Engraved Weights for Selmer Saxophones! 

U.S. Patent Pending

Meridian Winds Center Brace Resonance Weights add weight and mass to the crucial center brace connection between the body and the bell increasing and solidifying lower range resonance

Center brace resonance weights are available in various weights and finishes, and are also available with custom engraving options

All weights are built and finished here at Meridian Winds. Although currently only available for alto saxophone, custom weights can be built for other saxophones or for instruments with unique center braces. Send us a photo of your center brace and we can probably build a weight to fit it!

 

 


 

“The CBRW is in my opinion and excellent product for anyone looking for a richer sound spectrum from their instrument and has become an essential in the set up of my alto’s. Absolutely fantastic and highly recommended!” – Joseph Lulloff: Professor of Saxophone at Michigan State University and a member of Capital Saxophone Quartet

“The CBRW I think is a fantastic new Saxophone accessory from Meridian Winds. Following the success of the Heavy Mass Ergonomic Neck Screws, the CBRW bring and added depth to the low register of my instrument and really centers the tone. It is truly amazing the difference the CBRW makes to my Instrument! I recommend the Ergo Neck screws and the CBRW to all of my students!” – Timothy McAllister: Professor of Saxophone at The University of Michigan and a member of the Prism Quartet

“This is a very interesting product! The CBRW gives me a greater confidence in my instruments lower range through a sense of enhanced stability while maintaining other qualities which I like in how my instrument sounds and feels!” – Otis Murphy: Professor of saxophone at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music

“I feel that the added weight at this crucial connection of the instrument between the body and the bell seems to balance the tone of the instrument as I make the ascent to the lower register. I have been using the CBRW for about a month now and it has become a part of my instrument. I have no interest in returning to playing without it. Thank you for this, I always appreciate your efforts to help players.” – Donald Sinta: Professor of Saxophone Emeritus, University of Michigan

 

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