Pete Christlieb
Tenor model

Masters Series

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“For a guy who has played on the same mouthpiece for 54 years, my new Aaron Drake recreation is incredibly accurate. The .120” is my favorite.”

Pete Christlieb


.Christlieb played the sax solos on Steely Dan‘s hit song “Deacon Blues” from the album Aja; Natalie Cole’s Grammy award-winning album Unforgettable; and the extended tenor sax solo on the song “FM (No Static at All)” from the movie of the same name.

Christlieb was born in Los Angeles, California and is the son of bassoonist Don Christlieb. Christlieb has worked with many musicians, such as Louie Bellson, Chet Baker, Woody Herman, Count Basie, Tom Waits, Steely Dan, Warne Marsh, Doc Severinsen, The Tonight Show Band, Bob Florence, Frank Mantooth, Gary Urwin, Phil Kelly, and Bill Holman.[1]

Pete Christlieb Masters Series Saxophone Mouthpiece Model

Pete Christlieb Masters Series Drake Mouthpiece model

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Drake artist Kyle Schroeder – on the Pete Christlieb .110″

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