Re: Soprano Mouthpiece
Thanks, guys, but the horn is not up for debate. I said I was thinking of trying it out, but I can't try it out without a mouthpiece. I won't know if it happens to be a decent horn if I try it out with a bad mouthpiece.
If I get a decent mouthpiece, I can keep it for whatever horn I eventually settle with (if any). I would want more of a classical sound, so what tip, baffle, etc. do I want on a soprano?
The facing on my mouthpieces for Alto and Tenor is a 3, but I don't really know anything about the rest of the specs, Sumner Acousticut out of Minneapolis. They were recommended by my college instructor.
I've notice that Guy Hawkins comes in at least 3 types for soprano. What would be the more classical?