Re: ligature for Berg tenor mouthpiece--stock, Oleg, Rovner?
When did Berg start making mouthpieces? I got a Berg piece and a couple other mouthpieces that came with a Buescher tenor I traded for recently. One of the pieces is a Brilhart Tonalin that is probably from the late 40's or early 50's. The other piece looks like a Meyer only I don't see Meyer written on it anywhere. It's a metal piece. It has a #3 on it. The berg is also metal. It's wider than most of the other metal pieces I've seen, and has a duck-bill like taper and a 2 screw ligature. I'm guessing it's about a #6 facing. Any ideas? I'm guessing this mouthpiece is also from the late 40's or early 50's. Possibly older.