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by krzykrn88
(27 posts)
10 years ago

mark six mouthpiece advice

I recently bought a mark 6 tenor from my teacher, but I have not found a decent metal mouthpiece for it, and I do not have the time to look for one. I am looking for a bright , edgy, and easy to play metal mouthpiece that can easily rip the altissimos. Please! give me some advices!

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  1. by gatlin88
    (13 posts)

    10 years ago

    Re: mark six mouthpiece advice

    i you want something with a lot of edge i have a guardala super king for sale

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    1. by Kitch22
      (98 posts)

      10 years ago

      Re: mark six mouthpiece advice

      Try a Peter Ponzol metal. The Ponzol M1 metal has worked well for me on a Mark VI tenor. Great tone, great power, great ease of play, great mouthpiece.

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      1. by mrd
        (137 posts)

        10 years ago

        Kitch22

        Can you tell me more about the Ponzol. The 1 is a small baffle if I am right. Why not go with a 2 for an example. And also, what is the opening on yours? Thank you

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      2. by mrd
        (137 posts)

        10 years ago

        Kitch22

        Can you tell me more about the Ponzol. The 1 is a small baffle if I am right. Why not go with a 2 for an example. And also, what is the opening on yours? Thank you

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        1. by Dave Dix
          (421 posts)

          10 years ago

          Re: Kitch22

          Try a Dukoff D7. (Boots Randolph used a D9) on a selmer mk6 Dave

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