Re: Classical Ligature: Winlslow
thanks man. maybe you can tell me one more thing - the optimum ligature I'm using now, although the best ligature I've tried, doesn't fit to any mothpiece. I got a short shank selmer soloist and the lower part of the ligature is drifting in the air, instead of touching the mouthpiece, the same with the reed - and that way only half the reed gets the support of the ligature. this happens because there are basically 2 parts of metal holding the back of the mouthpiece and the ratio between their lengths is suitable for a vandoren mouthpiece, and not for a selmer. any material you put there - mpc cusion, cork, felt - means you lose vibrations because the material absorbs it and that's no good. Now, can this happen to me with a winslow? or is it built in a way that compesates for any mis-match?