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Gabriele SAX :-)
User ID: 8973393
Jul 26th 3:48 PM
SR Alto Professional metal 0.85 inches.

Help! I look for information on the quality', it facilitates' of issue, sound, comments, ecc...
Thanks
Brice B.
User ID: 1676554
Jul 26th 6:42 PM
I played this mouthpiece, and frankly, I think that there are better pieces for a lot cheaper.
Gabriele SAX :-)
User ID: 9851073
Jul 28th 11:08 AM
and' similar as I play to the Dukoffs D8?
interest me to approach me to the sound of David Sanborn; the dukoff are of quality' cheap and I don't like their material!
Thanks
soprano player
User ID: 8290473
Jul 28th 12:27 PM
It's good enough for David Sanborn.
jd
User ID: 8185963
Jul 28th 7:13 PM
my"cheap"dukoff is on its 25th year of playing gigs and still sounds awesome. id like to find another "cheap" one just like it when/if it ever dies.
Brice B.
User ID: 3027324
Jul 28th 9:18 PM
The SR is nothing like a Dukoff. Like I said, there are better pieces at better prices.
Dr G
User ID: 0916684
Jul 29th 12:14 PM
Gabriele may welcome something more specific. Do you have some recommendations?
Gabriele SAX :-)
User ID: 1585334
Jul 29th 2:38 PM
The SR is like a Dukoff D8 yes or no?
What Dukoff D8 similar?
Ponzol M2 and' a good alternative?
I look for a mouthpiece from the sound similar to the dukoff D8.
Thanks
soprano player
User ID: 8290473
Jul 29th 2:48 PM
I think your heart is set on the SR already. Just go try their professional model and you're all set.
soprano player
User ID: 8290473
Jul 29th 2:49 PM
But be warned, it does not sound like a Dukoff.
Brice B.
User ID: 3027324
Jul 29th 5:03 PM
Gabriel, If you want a Dukoff sound, then go with Dukoff. D7 is quite nice. Don't worry about the materials... People have used the same Dukoff for years. Just go for it!
jd
User ID: 8185963
Jul 29th 6:23 PM
right brice. i think he is more concerned with the shiny look than then sound..
gary
User ID: 2999764
Jul 30th 5:39 AM
Why are some of you being condescending to the man? Couldn't we give him some slack for trying to be specific in describing the abstract in a foreign language and perhaps, as well, not assume we can read his motives? How good is our Italian, after all?
Brice B.
User ID: 3027324
Jul 30th 6:52 AM
Gary, I don't think that we are trying to be condesending at all. Soprano player, jd, and myself are just saying, if he wants to sound like a Dukoff, then play a Dukoff! Don't take it the wrong way Gabriel, we hope you find what you're looking for. But your decision seems really simple to me. And sorry I don't speek Italian.