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by thanatos
(2 posts)
6 years ago

Otto Link Florida mouthpiece a

Hey, I've been using a doc Ten

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  1. by sax_maniac
    (984 posts)

    6 years ago

    Re: Otto Link Florida mouthpiece and other

    The * indicates a 1/2 facing size - so in the case of a tenor 7* (.105"), it is halfway between a 7 (.100") and an 8 (.110"). The * has nothing to do with quality. That's another discussion entirely when talking about Links... These are the specifications - the actual measurement can be off. Sometimes significantly, but normally close enough not to worry about it. Check out www.saxontheweb.net. There is a marketplace there where you can usually find a Florida Link without too much trouble. Post that you are looking for one and someone will likely find you in a few days' time. Good Luck!

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    1. by thanatos
      (2 posts)

      6 years ago

      Re: Otto Link Florida mouthpiece and other

      Thanks a lot, Im going to keep looking. Just to clarify, I know that the star refers to facing size, which is why I was so interested when I was told that they didnt play as well.' Thanks again Max

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      1. by saxquestfreddy
        (1 post)

        6 years ago

        Re: Otto Link Florida mouthpiece and other

        Actually the 7* STM is the most popular facing...so it must play pretty good. Got that information from Jim Greene at JJ Babbitt...they make the Otto Link...

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