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by p-land sax
(32 posts)
9 years ago

classical tenor mouthpiece

Currently I am using a C*, but I hate playing it. I was looking into getting a selmer LT , but what else is out there? (money is not an issue)

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  1. by Mlenox
    (36 posts)

    9 years ago

    Re: classical tenor mouthpiece

    I am really interested in hearing people's opinions and experiences with classical MP's on the tenor. All through college I studied on the alto or bari. Just recently I purchased a reference 54 tenor and I am in love with it, when playing jazz. The horn came with one of the best C*s I have played on, but I am starting to wonder if life wouldn't be better on a different MP. So what experiences have people had with different MPs on the tenor?

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  2. by cjbass
    (14 posts)

    8 years ago

    Re: classical tenor mouthpiece

    I used to use a C* and I didn't like it either, I have now switched to a Rousseau 5R and it seems to work great for me.

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  3. by Conclave
    (45 posts)

    8 years ago

    Re: classical tenor mouthpiece

    I like the S-90 over the C*. It provides more body to the notes.

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