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    Default Re: Metal clarinet mouthpieces? Any New ones?

    Theo Wanne is making a metal clarinet mouthpiece. I don't get the point, but what the heck. It costs more than an intermediate clarinet :-)
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    Default Re: Metal clarinet mouthpieces? Any New ones?

    Theo Wanne makes a metal clarinet mouthpiece. It costs more than an intermediate clarinet. I don't get the point, but to each their own :-)
    I wish Glenn Miller had lived and his music had died - Artie Shaw (as quoted by Pepper Adams)

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    Default Re: Metal clarinet mouthpieces? Any New ones?

    Well it's of course very personal, so everything I say here has a big IMHO attached to it.
    Biggest difference for me is that with clarinet you don't really play 'on the sound' as you do on saxophone, as the clar does not have the sonic impact a saxophone does. This is usually where you can distinguish between a clarinet player and a sax player playing clarinet. Second it's the type of lines that you play. If you can, grab a copy of this album and just listen to the tune called 'The bright one'. Bop clarinet at it's finest.

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    Default Re: Metal clarinet mouthpieces? Any New ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by kevvieg View Post
    Theo Wanne makes a metal clarinet mouthpiece. It costs more than an intermediate clarinet. I don't get the point, but to each their own :-)
    (FYI for those that don't know me--I work with Theo Wanne)

    Just to jump in and clarify----we are not making a metal clarinet mouthpiece. I am wondering if you might be thinking of the Durga clarinet mpc? We will be releasing that soon, but it will be a hard rubber piece.
    Theo Wanne Mantra Tenor (Black Nickel)--Theo Wanne Destroyer 8*, Gaia 8
    Theo Wanne Mantra Soprano (prototype)--Gaia 8, Mantra 8
    Alto--Theo Wanne Durga 8, Gaia 8

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    Default Re: Metal clarinet mouthpieces? Any New ones?

    Whoops! The ad copy made it look like it would be metal. My mistake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Butters View Post
    ... sometimes I am trying to sound like a grunge singer or a distorted guitar or a chainsaw


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    Default Re: Metal clarinet mouthpieces? Any New ones?

    Don't play everything you know on every solo

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    Default Re: Metal clarinet mouthpieces? Any New ones?

    Voldemort to the rescue?
    Good Luck,

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