Re: Hard rubber jazz mouthpiece for alto
just stick the morgan excalibur or hard rubber. I also use those for classics. as long as its bright tone, it actually plays really well as a classical mouthpiece. way better than classic s90 (welll, that was obvious). when played rough, excalibur has more power than a beechler metal with weight to it. If you really want a metal, I loved dukoff and oleg one. ligature wise for excalibur, it works with either bonade clarinet or olegature. It doesnt sound good with rovner, and morgans are too small to fit alto ligs.