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  1. What to Buy & Why: Mouthpieces
    So, life long Link player here. My current piece is a GS 7* Reso. But, for my main gig, I really need something that sounds like a Berg. Ideally it would have the same size and shape as my Link, but that aggressiveness and grit of the Berg (think Sam Butera/Jr. Walker). Any thoughts about where...
  2. Baritone mpc
    I've just bought a Selmer Super Sax baritone (1930) in very good shape; with it came a Berg 100 2 SMS 'piece that really looks more like plastic than HR - did Berg use this material or is just very smooth HR? It has the milled finish and a bullet chamber... Any advice appreciated!
  3. Bb Tenor
    I gig for a living. I've gone through a number of tenors, Conn (fireworks), Selmer Modele 26, Pan American (back up horn), Mark VI, Bundy (back up horn), Mark VII, Couf Superba II, Grassi Prestiege, and MacSax classic. The MacSax I had custom finished with 2 coats of silver colored nickel for...
  4. Alto mpc
    I have a of couple questions about an old Berg Larsen Alto mouthpiece I have owned for a couple years. Let me know if you need other photos to answer my questions. 1) I have been told it’s from either the 60’s, 70’s or 80’s, but I don’t know how to get a more precise approximation of it’s date...
  5. Tenor mpc
    Hello guys, I got a Berg Offset 105 / 2 / SMS from a good friend hier locally. First I thought it was a common 60s, but going thru some threads at the forum it might be more a 50ths Berg ??? The chamber/baffle seems like done by hand. With the Berg I got a Berg Cap and a Berg lig. Please...
  6. Baritone mpc
    Hi guys! I'm looking for a new mouthpiece atm; I'm playing an Otto-link 7* at the moment on a Jupiter Artist Series. I'm looking at picking up a new piece, but I love in Melbourne and the local stores only have so much. I just played a brilliant 8* Jody Jazz NY which felt great and I've been...
  7. Baritone mpc
    Greetings! Some time ago, I switched from a Berg 115/3 M tenor to a Claude Lakey 8*3, and I LOVE it. Supposedly, the 8* translates to around .117. I currently play a Berg 130/1 M on bari. I like it, but I would LOVE to find the bari equivalent to the Lakey, but also corresponding to the...
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