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by hultingcohen@gmail.com
(18 posts)
9 years ago

Incredible Legit Mouthpiece

Hi all, I'm on a quest for the best legit mouthpiece out there. Price does not matter---I will do what it takes to scrape up the cash. Are there any great custom pieces out there? Who are the best craftsmen? I'd really like a piece that I could try out then call the guy up and ask him to change things. That would be ideal. Otherewise, just a plain old beatiful sounding mouthpiece. Thanks!

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  1. by selmer 4evr
    (309 posts)

    9 years ago

    Re: Incredible Legit Mouthpiece

    What horn are you using and what sound are you looking for ? Bright -dark- round- old- edgy- articulated- ???? Centered -wide- reedy- metal-???

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  2. by sax_maniac
    (984 posts)

    9 years ago

    Re: Incredible Legit Mouthpiece

    MFM - I've sent you some emails to your profile email address. Let me know if there's anything I can do to help you on your quest.

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  3. by hultingcohen@gmail.com
    (18 posts)

    9 years ago

    Re: Incredible Legit Mouthpiece

    thanks for the responses, right now i'm playing a conn 6m, and I want a smooth, easily articulating, round, beautiful tone. yeah, it's a lot to ask--- is there anything out there? saxmaniac-got your emails, thanks. I'll write soon, but i'm very busy right now. Thanks a lot.

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    1. by MavisDavis
      (21 posts)

      9 years ago

      Re: Incredible Legit Mouthpiece

      An interesting choice -- the R.L. Caravan mouthpiece it offers a resistance that helps with quiter notes, and its tone quality is shockingly dark

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      1. by spifster
        (67 posts)

        8 years ago

        Re: Incredible Legit Mouthpiece

        i have a rascher that is very nice... i ended up getting it for like five dollars because of a bad barcode at my music store... but anyways i use it on a yamaha 62 and it ends up with a dark smooth tone, although possibly a little bit thin which sounds like not what u r looking for. but different reeds help with that

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