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    Conn 11M
    Vandoren V16 B9 mouthpiece
    Rovner 2RBL ligature
    LaVoz MS

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    I have many...

    Selmer SA80 I bari sax

    my last mp is a nice offset Berg 120/2 SMS, bronze. I did not believe as I saw it; I have yet to find the "perfect" (?? ) reed on it, I use Rico 2M rather than Alexander (DC 2,5) or Hemke 2,5. Francois Louis Ultimate silver plated...for alto... ^_^

    Durga Vintified, 120, with Rico 2S rather than Alexander (NY or Classical)

    Lawton 7*BB, bronze, and Alexander NY 2

    Lawton 6star, brass, and Rico 2M/Alexander DC 2,3-3/Hemke 2,5

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    Horn: Conn 12M Transitional (my low Bb horn)
    -Yanagisawa B992 (my low A horn)

    Mouthpiece: JodyJazz DV 6
    Backup Piece: Otto Link Super Tone Master 6*

    Ligature: JodyJazz Ring for metal bari mouthpieces (for DV)
    -Otto Link Lig (for Otto Link)

    Reeds: D'Addario Jazz Select 3S Unfiled

    Case: ProTec ProPac
    Soprano: Yamaha YSS-875EX, JodyJazz HR* 6*, Francois Louis Ultimate, D'Addario Jazz Select 3S Unfiled
    Alto: Selmer Mark VI 141xxx, Lamberson Fmaj7 .082", Vandoren M/O, D'Addario Jazz Select 3S Unfiled
    Tenor: Selmer Mark VI 82xxx, Vintage Florida Link 7*, Francois Louis Ultimate, D'Addario Jazz Select 3S Unfiled

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    I never ever thought I'd own a bari. Of all my years playing saxophone (31 years) I've maybe played bari 2-3 times. But someone traded me this one, and I couldn't resist:

    Unison 5002 Black Nickel (low A, high F#)
    Rousseau NC4
    BG Traditional ligature
    Current setups:
    Yamaha YSS-875EX, Rousseau RC3 (refaced by Joe Giardullo), Ishimori lig,Hemke 3.5
    Yamaha YAS-875EXS, Rousseau RC4 (refaced by Brian Powell), Ishimori lig,Hemke 3.5
    Yamaha YTS-875EX, Rousseau NC4, BG Ishimori lig, Hemke 3.5
    Unison Black Nickel Bari, Rousseau NC4, BG Tradition lig, Hemke 3.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by B Flat View Post
    Currently playing around with this set up.
    Conn 12M 1936.
    Otto Link Masterlink 4**** Model
    Re-Faced by Brian Powell to .105.
    Minor update:
    Still have the Conn 12m and YBS61 but have traded the Yani B6 for a The Martin.
    Also still using the Masterlink four star pieces and The Woodwind Co pieces with Brian Powell facings on the Conn and Martin.
    And Florida no USA STM with Brian Powell facing on the Yamaha.
    Generally now with synthetics like fibracell, G Reed, or Legere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B Flat View Post
    Minor update:
    Still have the Conn 12m and YBS61 but have traded the Yani B6 for a The Martin.
    Also still using the Masterlink four star pieces and The Woodwind Co pieces with Brian Powell facings on the Conn and Martin.
    And Florida no USA STM with Brian Powell facing on the Yamaha.
    Generally now with synthetics like fibracell, G Reed, or Legere.
    I did the opposite of you. I sold my The Martin to buy a Yani B6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZenBen View Post
    I did the opposite of you. I sold my The Martin to buy a Yani B6.
    I guess it depends on what you're looking for.
    The Yani was certainly a great horn, but in terms of a low A the YBS61 was my preference of the two.
    Based soley on tone as the keywork is very good on both.
    Although the Yamaha is a little better suited to my hands.
    The Martin on the other hand has a much fuller tone to my ears, but the keywork isn't as slick.
    I do prefer the spread of the Martins keywork but will need to adjust to the pinky table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B Flat View Post
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    I do prefer the spread of the Martins keywork but will need to adjust to the pinky table.
    The Martin low Bb, year 1921 or 1922.
    The pinky is really cumbersome for me. But the sound is great

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