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by MIkeSaxMan
(2 posts)
5 years ago

Ligature suitable for RPC 105 tenor MPC

I have recently purchased amazing RPC 105 Tenor mouthpiece. The problem is that the mouthpiece is not in ´standard´ shape. Standard Vandoren, Rico and other ligatures are not suitable. I would pay gold for a good tip on perfect ligature for this mouthpiece. Thanks M.K.

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  1. by chalazon
    (547 posts)

    5 years ago

    Re: Ligature suitable for RPC 105 tenor MPC

    you might check out the olegiture..maybe..they have them at Saxquest, and they should be able to tell you if they have one that would work.

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    1. by cuber
      (653 posts)

      5 years ago

      Re: Ligature suitable for RPC 105 tenor MPC

      just googled it, and thats a steep angle for the lig to sit on. youd almost need something with two screws. That said, have you tried BGs? their ligs with the leather sides are fairly adaptable.

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  2. by csjazzman
    (1 post)

    5 years ago

    Re: Ligature suitable for RPC 105 tenor MPC

    I use a FL lig on mine. Have you tried one yet?

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  3. by MIkeSaxMan
    (2 posts)

    5 years ago

    Re: Ligature suitable for RPC 105 tenor MPC

    Guys thank you so much for your tips.I haven´t tried any of thoose mpcs you mentioned.I feel like rescued from a horrible ´slipping ligature nightmare´ :) I appreciate it. Mike K.

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    1. by mjohnnie
      (66 posts)

      5 years ago

      Re: Ligature suitable for RPC 105 tenor MPC

      I use a plain old Bonade lig on mine.

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