On the baritone saxophone it collects in the mouthpipe, which is equipped with a water key for removing excess saliva. If the water is not removed, it will drain onto the pads when the instrument is placed in its case and be absorbed by them.
|Title||:||Practical band instrument repair manual|
|Author||:||Clayton H. Tiede|
|Publisher||:||William C Brown Pub - 1976|