Re: Classical Mouthpieces
They're aren't different models. Raschers come in a one-size-fits-all format. You can basically divide them up into two categories, finished and crap. Anyone with a private shop (you know, the repair wizard who sells all the cool stuff) will have it finished and, if you have good technique, it will be an awesome classical mouthpiece. Just dont buy it strait from the dealer, unless you know how to do mouthpiece work (I finished my own, and it plays beautifully, but I know what Im doing. If you have any doubts, dont try to do it yourself).