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    1saxman

    My 25 guys - whom to imitate

    Learning how to play what you like to hear from others is how we all advance, because in the... Go to last post

    1saxman 01-21-2017 08:56 PM
    BrianMitchellBrody

    My 25 guys - whom to imitate

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    kreacher

    Re: Bunch of other mouthpieces (Buescher soprano, Hite Bari, etc)

    I sent you a pm

    kreacher Today, 08:57 AM Go to last post
    B Flat

    Re: Anybody Slant Mounting Their Silversteins?

    I'd like to try mine with a bar on the side.
    Preferably a fully stocked bar with a barmaid and a bowl of nuts.
    Jokes aside I do actually like the ligature as it seems to accommodate a few...

    B Flat Today, 08:54 AM Go to last post
    parkerknoll

    Re: Why must a soprano mpc be pushed so far onto the cork?

    Not least that not everybody uses A=440 even now.

    From Wikipedia: "Despite such confusion, A = 440 Hz is the only official standard and is widely used around the world. Many orchestras in the...

    parkerknoll Today, 08:44 AM Go to last post
    PoorButSaxy

    Size difference Alto and Clarinet ligatures

    Hello,

    is there a difference in size between ligatures for alto and clarinet mpcs? I'm looking for a Versa-X for my HR Berg Larsen tenor and according to the sizing chart the alto version fits. It...

    PoorButSaxy Today, 08:25 AM Go to last post
    twocircles

    Re: Why must a soprano mpc be pushed so far onto the cork?

    I knew this sounded sort of familiar. I got interested in variations of pitch standards a year or two ago. Are you sure it was 438Hz?

    There was a French Standard set in 1859 at A4=435 Hz


    This...

    twocircles Today, 08:04 AM Go to last post
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