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    Default Re: Need a big band tenor mouthpiece

    Didn't see a first tenor in that arrangement - but what a killer freakin' tenor player!

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    Default Re: Need a big band tenor mouthpiece

    Yeah yeah sure it was 'overplayed' yes it was normally. But...did you people hear the audience response, so NOOOO, it was what it was, FINE for that performance.

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    Distinguished SOTW Member BarrySachs's Avatar
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    Default Re: Need a big band tenor mouthpiece

    Quote Originally Posted by BarrySachs View Post
    This is all just opinion. Many are good suggestions but the bottom line is this; any tenor mouthpiece is good for big band. The key is knowing how to play in a section. It's all about concept. If you really know how to play, you'll know what the right mouthpieces are.
    I guess I should chime in with a less smug answer, right? I'd have to say that the lowest common denominator tenor mouthpiece amongst pros and students is a metal Otto Link STM. At least since the 1960s. So for almost 50 years the Link has been pretty much standard equipment. At least with a MK6.

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