If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like inside a factory producing saxophone and clarinet mouthpieces, you will want to listen to and watch our new 4-part series documenting a day in the life at the Jody Jazz Factory.
Donna was invited down to Savannah, GA to see how JodyJazz mouthpieces are made, start to finish.
In this episode, you will get to know Jody Espina and his motivation for starting his Jody Jazz mouthpiece company.
We talked about:
- What motivated Jody to move from NY to Savannah, GA
- The beginnings of the Jody Jazz Factory
- 3-D Printing vs hand facing
- The facing curve is everything
- How Jody’s thinking has helped the company thrive
- Why Jody can relate to beginner saxophone players
- and a whole lot more!
Here’s the video:
This episode was sponsored by Jody Jazz Mouthpieces, world-famous saxophone and clarinet mouthpiece makers.
Visit www.jodyjazz.com to see why artists like Kirk Whalum, Tom Scott, Andy Snitzer, George Garzone, Jeff Kashiwa, Claire Daly, Ed Calle, Derek Brown and so many others play Jody Jazz mouthpieces.
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Here’s a first-hand view of when you walk into the Jody Jazz factory.
There’s a really special room you MUST check out!